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Vaudeville - Wikipedia

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Vaudeville is a theatrical genre of variety entertainment. It was especially popular in the United ..... Words such as "flop" and "gag" were terms created from the vaudeville era...

8 Odd Acts of the Vaudeville Era | Mental Floss

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Nov 26, 2010 ... Before movies could talk, there were endless opportunities for those who had talent to make a living performing in front of live audiences.

Vaudeville, A History

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American Vaudeville, more so than any other mass entertainment, grew out of the .... of the era as discussed by Trachtenberg, vaudeville palaces were "lavishly ...

Vaudeville | About Vaudeville | American Masters | PBS

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Oct 8, 1999 ... Beginning in the 1880s and through the 1920s, vaudeville was home to more .... My fb page about her is called Lillian Rasley Vaudeville Era if ...

Vaudeville: What was Vaudeville, History, Impact, Stars | Broadway ...

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Nov 13, 2013 ... Why was vaudeville born, what was its impact, why did it die? ... It was a magical era when people around the country could see a potpourri of ...

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Get information, facts, and pictures about vaudeville at Encyclopedia.com. ... resonated with Progressive Era acculturation anxieties, racialist ideologies, and ...

vaudeville | entertainment | Britannica.com

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Sep 8, 2008 ... By the end of the 19th century the era of the vaudeville chain, a group of houses controlled by a single manager, was firmly established.

Vaudeville Theater Shows (1900's) – Mortal Journey

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Mar 24, 2011 ... Early Vaudeville Show Vaudeville, popular from the late 1880's through the early 1930's, was a theatrical form of entertainment in the United ...

Vaudeville and Burlesque Lingo

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The Théâtre de Vaudeville opened in Paris in 1792, and the word vaudeville ... ' Coon' or 'black crow' characters were common in that era, but Rice enjoyed ...

Vaudeville - Bob Hope and American Variety | Exhibitions (Library of ...

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Song publishers of the vaudeville era aggressively marketed their new products to vaudeville performers in a number of ways. “Song-pluggers,” salesmen who ...