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Harold Atteridge wrote the words to music by Sigmund Romberg. Songs from this show are on the CD set Music from the New York Stage. AND MOVIEGOING Moviegoers continued to fall in love with serial characters, as illustrated by the song “Peg o’ the Ring” by Leo Bennett, created for the Universal serial Adventures of Peg o’ the Ring: I’m in love with Peg O’ The Ring, A moving picture queen And each night I go to the show To see her on the screen.... The rag vogue continued with “That Moving Picture Rag” by Billy Nielsen, Billy Schwinn & Arthur Crapo (New York: Nielsen, Schwinn & Crapo).
The sheet music (New York: Witmark) features a photo of “Metro star” Allison on a balcony serenaded by guitarist Niles Welch. ” Robert Ames Robert Ames (1889–1931) was a stage actor who starred in half a dozen movies at the end of the silent era, including Without Mercy (1925), The Wedding Song (1925) and Three Faces East G. M. Anderson (Broncho Billy) G. M. Anderson (1882–1971) appeared on screen as “Broncho Billy” in around 400 early ﬁlms and is considered the ﬁrst cowboy movie star. He began in 1903 with The Great Train Robbery and cofounded the Essanay studio in 1907 to produce his own ﬁlms.
Hollywood,” a waltz by Tom Jones (words) and Charles Fritsche (music), published by Harding and Co. of Los Angeles, seems to be the ﬁrst Hollywood song. “A Movie Lesson,” by Tom and Will B. Johnstone, was featured in the 1922 Broadway musical Above the Clouds. The musical movie lesson is given by a Hollywood star (Grace Moore) visiting a school that has misused her name. 1923 “Dream Stars,” a British song by Frederick W. Chappell, was issued as the “theme song” of the 1923 Paramount ﬁlm Hollywood.