Al Dubin

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Zurich, Switzerland
Prolific Academy Award-winning songwriter Al Dubin ("Lullaby of Broadway" [1935]) came to the US in 1893 and was educated at the Perkiomen Seminary in Pennsylvania. He joined the staff of several New York music publishing companies. He enlisted in the US Army in World War I and served in the 77th Infantry Division. After the war he returned to the music business, composing the scores for the Broadway hits "The Streets of Paris" and "Keep Off the Grass". Coming to Hollywood under contract to Warner Brothers, his chief musical collaborator was Harry Warren, but he also worked with Joseph A. Burke, J. Read more...


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42nd Street 1933