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Ziegfeld

Florenz . 1869--1932, US theatrical producer, noted for his series of extravagant revues (1907--31), known as the Ziegfeld Follies
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The international distribution with footage from the gala event at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City was seen by an audience of more than 176 million in Europe, Latin America and the U.
She was also part of a ballroom dance team with Tony de Marco and appeared in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1934.
The only thing missing from this carnival atmosphere is an irrepressible ringleader such as Flo Ziegfeld or Ed Sullivan.
premiere of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets will take place at the historic Ziegfeld Theater in New York City on November 10.
says, "Garth's a continuation of a long time of great individual producers like Florenz Ziegfeld, Billy Rose, and David Merrick.
An Axis network camera will be stationed inside New York City's Ziegfeld theater to bring movie fans live video from the world premiere of MINORITY REPORT, starring Tom Cruise.
Our goal is to give moviegoers, whether they are watching these films for the first or fifth time, the opportunity to see Hollywood's classics the way they were meant to be seen, on the big screen at a premier venue like the Ziegfeld Theatre," said Doug Oines, senior vice president and general manager for Clearview Cinemas.
Fred Astaire stylishly played with musical implications in his portrait of a London slum in the "Limehouse Blues" number in MGM's Ziegfeld Follies (1943).
A Mississippi River levee swarming with Ziegfeld chorines and a couple waltzing through Technicolor fantasies of the 1893 Chicago World's Fair.
Fields, Williams, an African-American, performed in blackface in the Ziegfeld Follies and recorded exclusively for Columbia Records with such contemporaries as Eddie Cantor, Al Jolson, Nora Bayes and Marion Harris.