Here’s an ad from the April 14 1928 edition of the Toronto Daily Star for a vaudeville revue:
I couldn’t find anything on “Glorifying American Youth”, but searches did turn up information on the people mentioned here:
- Harry Carroll (1892-1962) had been a songwriter on Broadway since 1910. (His Internet Broadway Database entry is here.) He was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970.
- Ken Murray (1903-1988) had an extensive career in vaudeville, film, theatre, and television that lasted into the 1970s. His last film appearance was in Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood in 1976.
- Ann Greenway (1902-1977) has an Internet Movie Database entry. She was born in Alexandria, Egypt.
- The California Collegians had a film credit in 1937.
- Rod La Rocque (1898-1969) had a perfect movie name, and it was his real name. He appeared in a number of movies from 1914 until 1941, when he retired from film and became a real estate broker. He married Vilma Bánky in 1927 (she previously appeared in this blog here). They remained married until he passed away.