The September 7 1933 edition of the Toronto Daily Star had this ad for an in-person appearance:
Baby Rose Marie, later known as simply Rose Marie, started performing in 1926 at the age of three. At her peak as a child star, she had her own radio show, was a successful recording artist, and appeared in a number of movies. YouTube has a lot of footage and audio of Baby Rose Marie, including Don’t Be Like That (1929) and Take A Picture Of The Moon (1932).
As an adult, Rose Marie starred in several television series and touring plays, including the Dick Van Dyke Show from 1961 to 1966. People who grew up in the 1970s will remember her as a regular on The Hollywood Squares. She passed away in 2017 at the age of 94.
International House (1933), mentioned in this ad, was basically a collection of comedy and musical acts tied together with a thin plot. Many famous stars of the day appeared in it besides Baby Rose Marie, including George Burns and Gracie Allen, Cab Calloway, W.C. Fields, and Peggy Hopkins Joyce (previously mentioned in this blog here). YouTube doesn’t have the complete movie (oh well), but it does have a trailer.
As for Morning Glory, also mentioned in this ad: it’s quite possible that Katharine Hepburn became a lot of people’s favourite star after they watched this movie, as she won an Academy Award for it.