AS I REMEMBER THEM by Eddie antor

AS I REMEMBER THEM

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KIRKUS REVIEW

After all those years of introducing guest stars on his popular radio show, ddie Cantor has completely acquired the tone of the master of ceremonies; total ondness, total approval and an unvarying pace. He is 70 now and there must be a few things about vaudeville and early radio that he could tell the world that nobody has ever mentioned before, but he doesn't. In sections devoted to such greats as Fanny Brice, Bea Lillie, Gus Edwards, Will Rogers, Al Jolson & Co., the anecdotes follow each other and all are extremely familiar from his own and other theatrical memoirs.

Publisher: Duell, Sloan & Pearce