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EDDIE DOWLING SHEET MUSIC SIGNED AUTOGRAPH THE RAINBOW MAN 1929

Dowling, Eddie Sheet Music Signed Autograph The Rainbow Man 1929
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Dowling, Eddie Sheet Music Signed Autograph The Rainbow Man 1929
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Dowling, Eddie Sheet Music Signed Autograph The Rainbow Man 1929
THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED SHEET MUSIC BY EDDIE DOWLING...

SLEEPY VALLEY-WORDS BY ANDREW R STERLING-MUSIC BY JAMES F HANLEY-EDDIE DOWLING IN "THE RAINBOW MAN" A SONO ART PRODUCTION-STORY LYRICS AND MUSIC BY EDDIE DOWLING AND JAMES F HANLEY-RELEASED IN 1929-PHOTO COVER IS SIGNED BY EDDIE DOWLING.

Composer, songwriter ("Do You Remember?"), author, actor, producer and director, founder and president of the USO Camp Shows, and a holder of honorary degrees from Boston College, Providence College, Mount Mary College, and Catholic University. He made a world tour as a choir boy with the St. Paul's Cathedral Choir in Providence. He appeared in vaudeville, and in the Broadway productions of "She Took a Chance", "Velvet Lady", "Ziegfeld Follies" (1918 and 1920), "The Girl In the Spotlight", "Blaze of Glory", "Love's Old Song", "Purple Dust", and "Our Town". He wrote the plays "The Greater Love", and "Heart of the North" and produced the plays "His Double Life", "Big Hearted Herbert", "Richard II", "Shadow and Substance", and "Madame Capet". He wrote the librettos and appeared in "Sally, Irene and Mary", and produced, appeared in and wrote songs for "Thumbs Up!", produced and appeared in "Here Come the Clowns", produced, directed and appeared in "The Time of Your Life" (Pulitzer Prize, 1940), and "The Glass Menagerie". He produced and directed "The White Steed", "The Iceman Cometh", "Hello Out There", and "Hope Is the Thing With Feathers". His stage scores and librettos include "Honeymoon Lane" and "The Sidewalks of New York". He was the national chairman of the stage, screen and radio division of the Democratic National Committee from 1932 to 1936 and again in 1940. Joining ASCAP in 1927, his chief musical collaborators include James F. Hanley, J. Fred Coots, Victor Herbert, and Bernie Wayne. His other popular-song compositions include "The Little White House (at the End of Honeymoon Lane)", "Dreams of You", "Half a Moon", "Jersey Walk", "Headin' for Harlem", "Mary Dear", "Wherever You Are", "Little Log Cabin of Dreams", "Row Row With Roosevelt", "Did God Die in Dixie", "May God Keep You In the Palm of His Hand", "Logic", "Velvet Lady", "Suzie from Sioux City" and "High Up On a Housetop".

CONDITION OF THE SHEET MUSIC AND AUTOGRAPH IS VERY GOOD.