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In Person (DVD)

by Eddie Cantor

Eddie Cantor performing his one man show
Genre: Easy Listening: Crooners/Vocals
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1. The Show
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If you remember Eddie Cantor's one man show at Carnegie Hall...well, here it is! Though not specifically filmed there, Eddie did make a recording of that wonderful performance, but added in his friends Jimmy Durante and Eddie Jackson as well! If you have the double CD, then this is the companion video. With his two accomplished piano players, composers Henry Tobias and Arthur Siegel, our Apostle of Pep sings some of his biggest hits, including"Ida (Sweet As Apple Cider)," "How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em (Down On the Farm)," "Ain't She Sweet,""Ballin' the Jack" and more! He reminisces about his days at Surprise Lake Camp and sings George M. Cohan's "Harrigan." He tells stories about his friends Groucho Marx, Will Rogers, and Florenz Ziegfeld. He salutes his boss from his Kid Kabaret days, Gus Edwards. When he speaks of his days as a singing waiter in Coney Island, he introduces his old piano playin' buddy, Jimmy Durante.

As a bonus, we have included a never before released tribute to Al Jolson, where Eddie and his wife Ida remember Jolie and present Cantor's son-in-law, Roberto Gari doing such a perfect impersonation of Jolson that some people thought it was Jolson himself on film!

So here he is, The Man Who Made Whoopee, performing a concert you will never forget. Here is Eddie Cantor in person!


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william Unsworth Snr

Absolutely wonderful show,enjoyed thoroughly,good quality,Thanks
Great show,fine quality and Eddie and guest jimmy Durante were marvelous,as was whole show!Thanks

James Tons

Great DVD that shows the extraordinary talent of Eddie Cantor.
Wonderful DVD about show business history. It really gives the viewer a glimpse of the extraordinary talent of Eddie Cantor.

pam sigmon

marvelous, simply marvelous!
This a wonderful CD for Cantor fans! I love it! Hope there are more "Cantor treasures" in the future! What a guy!

Jeff L

Let's hope there's more!
I'm a great fan of Eddie Cantor who lives in England; CD Baby delivered this wonderful record of a live performance by Eddie in a trice. Let's hope there's more out there awaiting release.

Jon Hollis


Having purchased the 2 Al Jolson DVD's it was a must to try to find somethingh on his old friend Eddie Cantor. This Eddie Cantor Live DVD=WOW++ This DVD is in a word GREAT. Bringing back so many great songs and stories and the early days of TV with no commercials. It was live then and what happens on stage went out on the air. This is a great DVD for anyone fortunate enough to remember the good old days of radio and ENTERTAINING TV Go for it you will not be disappointed.Wait until you see his Grandsons act. Thanks to the family for making this available they did a great production job.