Lillian Roth интервью – видео

Lillian Roth--1971 TV Medley and Interview, James Brown, William Shatner

Lillian Roth made this 1971 TV appearance while she was starring on Broadway in the Kander and Ebb musical "70 Girls 70".

Lillian Roth Interview with Bill Boggs I'LL CRY TOMORROW was her bio picture

Lillian Roth (December 13, 1910 — May 12, 1980) was an American singer and actress.Her life was portrayed in the movie I'LL ...

This is Your Life: Lillian Roth Rare Kinescope

Original NBC Network print with all original commercials as re-broadcast on March 11, 1953. With guests: Lita Grey and Ruby ...

What's My Line? - Salvador Dali; Lillian Roth; Peter Lawford [panel] (Jan 27, 1957)

MYSTERY GUEST: Salvador Dali [surrealist painter]; Lillian Roth [movie starlet of the 1930s whose career was ruined by ...

10 Things You Should Know About Lillian Roth

Here are 10 things you should know about singer and actress Lillian Roth, born on December 13, 1910. We've had a major crush ...

Story Conference III (1934)

A slightly bluesier Lillian Roth.

"Let's Be Common" from Love Parade (1929)

From Ernst Lubitsch's "Love Parade" (1929) Perfomed by Lillian Roth and Lupino Lane.

LILLIAN ROTH - WikiVidi Documentary

Lillian Roth was an American singer and actress. Her life story was told in the 1955 film I'll Cry Tomorrow, in which she ...

Story Conference II (1934)

Here's Lillian Roth in all her glory.

Jazzy Comedy Sketch from 1930

Lillian Roth sings several songs in this comedy sketch . FROM 1930 .

If I Could Be With You

Lillian Roth from "Ladies They Talk About"

Come Up And See Me Some Time (1933)

Lillian Roth shaking her stuff in this clip from Take A Chance(1933) also featuring Cliff Edwards. This clip can be found in poorer ...

Lillian Roth The Mike Wallace Interview 4/5/58

Lillian Roth The Mike Wallace Interview 4/5/58.


Lillian Roth, Mitzi Green and a Mixed Chorus perform "Sing You Sinners" From 1930.

LILLIAN ROTH 'Eadie was a Lady'

LILLIAN ROTH belts one out - in the 1933 film 'TAKING A CHANCE'. Ethel Merman played this role for 243 performances in the ...

Lillian Roth sings "Why Am I So Romantic?"

The delightful Lillian Roth duets with Hal Thompson on "Why Am I So Romantic?" by Bert Kalmar (lyrics) and Harry Ruby (music).

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