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Walter C. Kelly - Virginian Judge (Southern Court Scene - 1st Session) album download

Performer:

Walter C. Kelly

Title:

Virginian Judge (Southern Court Scene - 1st Session)

Genre:

Not music

MP3 album size:

1757 mb

Other music formats:

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Rating:

4.5 ✱

Style:

Monolog, Comedy

Date of release:

1926

Walter C. Kelly - Virginian Judge (Southern Court Scene - 1st Session) album download

Tracklist

A Virginian Judge (Southern Court Scene - First Session - Part 1)
B Virginian Judge (Southern Court Scene - First Session - Part 2)

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.

Credits

  • Composed By – Kelly*

Notes

Humorous Monologue

Walter C. Kelly - Virginian Judge (Southern Court Scene - 2nd Session). 1 в продажестоимостью от 9,89 €. VOCAL RECORDS. pg 18. 11. Olive Kline - The Japanese Sandman, Old Fashioned Garden.

Walter C. Kelly (October 29, 1873 – January 6, 1939) was a Vaudeville comedian and actor. He was born in Mineville, New York. He was the brother of Jack Kelly (Olympic Gold Medalist and father of actress Grace Kelly) and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright George Kelly. Although Kelly did a number of different Southern dialects playing the various characters in his "Virginian Judge" sketches, an Irish flavor sometimes sneaked through

Starting in season 1, Lee J. Cobb succeeded in making Judge Garth a stern man with a soft side to his personality. The Judge acted as a father figure to the Virginian. Respected by all the townspeople, as well as his employees, the Judge was often looked to for matters to be settled. In one such sketch where three men appear before the Judge for "disturbin' the peace and quarrelin' on the highway", the word "highway" came through as very Irish. He released a recording of his act on

Walter C. Although Kelly did a number of different Southern dialects playing the various characters in his "Virginian Judge" sketches, an Irish flavor sometimes sneaked through

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Although Kelly did a number of different Southern dialects playing the various characters in his "Virginian Judge" sketches, an Irish flavor sometimes sneaked through. He released a recording of his act on Victor Records. This might be through jokes or amusing situations, or acting a fool, as in slapstick, a comedian who addresses an audience directly is called a stand-up comic. Since the 1980s, a new wave of comedy, called alternative comedy, has grown in popularity with its more offbeat and this normally involves more experiential, or observational reporting, e. g. Alexei Sayle, Daniel Tosh, Louis C. K. and Malcolm Hardee.

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