Bert Kalmar

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Jewish American lyricist, born 10 February 1884 in New York City, USA, died 18 September 1947 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
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Bert Kalmar Discography Tracks

Albums

OC-9839 Bert Kalmar - Legends And Songwriters In Concert 1941 album art Various Three Little Words Various - Legends And Songwriters In Concert 1941(2xCD, Album) Original Cast Records OC-9839 US 1998 Sell This Version
SFCD 33501, SFCD33501 Bert Kalmar - Duck Soup - Plus: The Cocoanuts - Horse Feathers - Monkey Business - A Night In Casablanca - Love Happy album art The Marx Brothers End Title and 1 more… The Marx Brothers - Duck Soup - Plus: The Cocoanuts - Horse Feathers - Monkey Business - A Night In Casablanca - Love Happy(CD, Album, Mono) The Soundtrack Factory, Disconforme SL SFCD 33501, SFCD33501 Andorra 1999 Sell This Version
2624013 Bert Kalmar - L'age D'or de la Comédie Musicale album art Various Three Little Words Various - L'age D'or de la Comédie Musicale(4xLP) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. 2624013 France Unknown Sell This Version

Compilations

MGM Music Bert Kalmar - United Artists Master Catalog album art Various I Wanna Be Loved By You - Some Like It Hot Various - United Artists Master Catalog(CD, Comp, Promo) Not On Label MGM Music US Unknown Sell This Version

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August 13, 2014
He and his longtime collaborator - Harry Ruby, were also responsible for writing of the song "Beauty and the Beast", which was used as LOONEY TUNES' 3-rd main theme, from 1933 to 1936 (first featuring Buddy and Cookie, then Beans the Cat's Gang [from which only Porky Pig remained]).
It was also adapted into the "Merrie Melodies" Cartoon directed by Isadore "Friz" Freleng.