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Harburg

(här`bo͝orkh), district of Hamburg, N Germany; a port on the Elbe River. Refined petroleum and rubber goods are produced in the district. Formerly an independent town, Harburg was incorporated into Hamburg in 1937.
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On March 5, 1981, Harburg died of a heart ailment while driving on Sunset Boulevard on his way to a story conference for a film version of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic, Treasure Island.
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Harburg and Burton Lane that produced such supper club classics as ``Old Devil Moon,'' the show had a successful Broadway run when it opened in 1947.
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Yip'' Harburg, ``Finian's Rainbow'' was a major hit in 1947, combining a whimsical story about a leprechaun's stolen gold with acute social commentary.
This can become the biggest regatta in Australia," said Peter Harburg when he stepped ashore from Black Jack at Southport Yacht Club.