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Evelyn Daw (1912–1970)

Evelyn Pearl Shuck (stage name Evelyn Daw) was best known for the movie she made with James Cagney entitled "Something to Sing About". Cagney remarked many years later that besides "Yankee Doodle Dandy", his favorite musical that he appeared in was "Something to Sing About". She married Steward H. Smith, (1913 - 1975) retired from acting, and ... See full bio »

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Panamint's Bad Man Joan DeLysa


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 1938 Panamint's Bad Man (performer: "Last Rose of Summer", "Auld Lang Syne")
 1937 Something to Sing About ("Something to Sing About", "Right or Wrong", uncredited) / (performer: "Something to Sing About", "Bridal Chorus", "Right or Wrong", "Out of the Blue", "Loving You" - uncredited)
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 1938 Panamint's Bad Man
Joan DeLysa
 1937 Something to Sing About
Rita Wyatt

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(1965 to 1966) She was a member of the first American Conservatory Theatre Foundation Board members included Julius Rudel, Robert Whitehead, Jules Fisher, Henry C. Boettcher, James McKenzie, Marian Searchlinger, Edith Markson, Edward Hastings Jr., William Ball, Allen Fletcher and Morton Leavy. See more »

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