Look up artist Berle, Milton


Name: Berle, Milton
Born: July 12, 1908 (NYC)
Died: March 27, 2002 (Los Angeles, CA)
Note: Born "Milton Berlinger" /See Gottlieb 236

Songs written or composed


Title: Sam You Made The Pants Too Long
Author: Whitehouse, Fred
Composer: Young, Victor
Composer: Berle, Milton
Genre: Humorous/Parody/Novelty
Subject: Tailor/Occupation/Clothing/Pants
Additional song notes: See Gottlieb 150 for relationship between "Lawd You Made The Nights Too Long", "Sam You Made The Pants Too Long", "I'm Sam Who Made The Pants Too Long", "Omar Rabi Elosar".

Recording:


On album: G-057(c) (Funny It Doesn't Sound Jewish/ Compilation by Jack Gottlieb accompaning book with same title.)
Track ID: 31693
Vocal Croll, Don
First line: You made the coat and vest, fit the best, you made the lining nice and strong,
Language: English
Style: Cabaret

Other tracks with this artist


Title: The Legend of Jewish Humor
Genre: Documentary/Performances
Subject: Humor/Culture/Jews/Comedians
On album: V0006
Track ID: 33828
Performer Brice, Fanny
Performer Cantor, Eddie
Performers Marx Brothers
Performer Caesar, Sid
Artist: Berle, Milton
Artist: Rivers, Joan
Artist: Lewis, Jerry
Artist: Waldoks, Moshe
Artist: King, Alan
Artist: Crystal, Billy
Director Bloomstein, Rex
Language: English
Length: 60:00

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