Ben Blue (1901-1975) was a dance instructor, dance school proprietor, and night club owner in Hollywood and San Francisco).
In 1926, he appeared on screen in short subjects for Warner Brothers and later worked with Hal Roach, Paramount, and MGM.
The collection consists of radio scripts for comedy shows.
Blue was born on September 12, 1901 in Montreal, Canada; first performed in New York vaudeville in 1916; became dance instructor,
dance school proprietor, and night club owner (Hollywood and San Francisco); in 1926 appeared on screen in short subjects
for Warner Brothers; later worked with Hal Roach, Paramount, and MGM; pictures include The Arcadians (British), College rhythm, High wide and handsome, Cocoanut Grove, Panama Hattie, For me and my gal, Thousands cheer, Broadway rhythm, Two sisters from Boston, Easy to wed, and My wild Irish rose.
45 boxes (22.5 linear ft.)
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