Sid Silvers Movies List

Sid Silvers
Sid Silvers
16-01-1901
Brooklyn, New York, USA
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Follow the Leader

Sid Silvers Filmography

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糊涂拍档
糊涂拍档 ( English )
Director: Norman Taurog
Music Director: Joseph J. Lilley
Release Year: 1952
Two Tickets to Broadway
Director: James V. Kern
Release date: 20-11-1951
For Me and My Gal
For Me and My Gal ( English )
Director: Busby Berkeley
Music Director: Roger Edens
Release date: 21-10-1942
The Fleet's In
The Fleet's In ( English )
Music Director: Leo Shuken , Victor Young , Earl S. Hayman , Richard Olson , Arthur Franklin , Victor Young
Release date: 24-01-1942
The Gorilla
The Gorilla ( English )
Director: Allan Dwan
Release date: 26-05-1939
Broadway Melody of 1938
Director: Roy Del Ruth
Music Director: Leo Arnaud , Murray Cutter
Release date: 20-08-1937
Born to Dance
Born to Dance ( English )
Director: Roy Del Ruth
Release date: 27-11-1936
Pirate Party on Catalina Isle
Director: Gene Burdette
Release date: 20-11-1935
Broadway Melody of 1936
Artist: Jack Benny , Eleanor Powell , Una Merkel , Sid Silvers , Buddy Ebsen
Release date: 20-09-1935
大西洋彼岸的旋转木马
Director: Benjamin Stoloff
Music Director: Alfred Newman
Release date: 02-11-1934
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Sid Silvers Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sid Silvers (January 16, 1901 in Brooklyn, New York – August 20, 1976 in Brooklyn) was an American actor, comedian, lyricist, and writer. Silvers began his career in vaudeville in the early 1920s as a comedy partner of Phil Baker. As part of their act, Silvers would heckle Baker from the audience. The Baker/Silvers act was later used as the basis for the 1951 Martin and Lewis film The Stooge. The duo continued to perform together up through 1928. In 1925 Silvers made his Broadway debut in the review Artists and Models. He also appeared in the review A Night in Spain in 1927 and contributed lyrics to the musicals The Song Writer (1928) and Pleasure Bound (1929). He wrote the book for the 1931 musical You Said It. He returned to the Broadway stage in 1932 to portray Louie Webb in the musical Take a Chance. He later wrote the music and lyrics to the review New Faces of 1936. Silvers made his film debut in the 1929 feature The Show of Shows and then went on to play supporting roles in such films as Dancing Sweeties (1930), Bottoms Up (1934), Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round (1934), Born to Dance (1936), and Broadway Melody of 1936, notably also serving as a scriptwriter on the latter two films. He often contributed special comedy material to some of the larger MGM productions, including The Wizard of Oz in 1939. In the 1940s Silvers was mainly active as a performer on the stage and on radio. He made one final film appearance in 1946, playing a featured comic role in Mr. Ace. In the 1960s he was a writer for The Mickey Rooney Show.

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