Barney Bernard - American actor of film and stage. In the early 1900's with his friend, Alexander Carr, they created the comedy duo, 'Potash and Perlmutter.' Bernard appeared in the film and stage version by the same name. He also appeared in, "The Mother And The Law" (1919), "The Phantom Fortunes" (1916), "A Prince In A Pawnshop" (1916) and "Intolerance" (1916).
George Burns and Gracie Allen, Gracie 1902 - 1964, George (1896 - 1996), Famous Married Comedy Duo, Broadway TV Vaudeville Radio & George Burns & Gracie Allen Show on TV for 8 Yrs. George Worked on Noted for Title Role in "Oh, God" Film, GB COD Series of Heart Attacks, GB COD Died Cardiac Arrest at 100. Freedom Maus. Forest Lawn Mem. Park Glendale, CA. Great Philanthropists.
Stan Laurel - English comic actor, writer and film director, most famous for his role in the comedy duo Laurel and Hardy. With his comedy partner Oliver Hardy he appeared in 107 short films, feature films and cameo roles.
Betty Comden - Lyricist, Screenwriter. Born Elizabeth Cohen in Brooklyn. Along with her longtime collaborator Adolph Green, she wrote the lyrics and often the librettos for some of the most celebrated musicals of stage and screen. During a professional partnership that lasted for more than 60 years, and which finally ended with Adolph Green's death in 2002, they created the stage shows "On the Town," "Wonderful Town," "Peter Pan" and "Bells Are Ringing."
Lucille Hardy Price - Dead Celebrity Rights Pioneer. Lucille was the third wife and widow of comic actor Oliver Hardy (who partnered with Stan Laurel to form the legendary comedy duo, Laurel and Hardy.)