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1. Variety August 1907

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... . George Formby at the Liverpool Olym- pia this week, the popular singer of "Walker Walked Away," has been talking of his bitter busking days ere he broke into the business and how he once walked eight miles without shoes or stockings through a blinding snowstorm to Hull, begging assistance from artists who re- fused him but are to-day proud to shake hands with him ...

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... . Jack Lorlmer, George Formby, and Sam Mayo. A powerful list this, ami one Ihat will certainly give a great fillip to Ihe sale of "Jumbos." AGNER' Tl 11*. lu'vs' season is here and a wise liiisincss man studies the market and selects the best and most profit- al)le lines ...

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... : Misses Eleanor .loues. Mr. Burnett and Klorrlo Porde. Messrs. Walter Hyde. John Mac- Cormaclc, Ernest PlUe. Peter Dawson. Harry I^nuder. George Formby and Alexander Prince of concertina fame. In his inimitable Lancashire brogue ...

4. Variety September 1908

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... . George Formby did exceedingly well at the Hackney Empire. He is a first water comedian, and in a good position would go on any bill. There are three songs sung by him in a Lancashire accent, the best being "John and Willie, Come On ...

5. Variety January 1909

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... . Rolfe has booked 'Taradise Alley" over here. The act will play London within the next six months. He also will book a second act from the States, com- posed of forty girls, it is said. George Formby showed 'em something last week at the Oxford ...

6. Variety May 1909

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... . Maie Ash is doing a single act, having a few girls with her to help the songB along. They don't help any. George French, a comedian on the style of George Formby, ib a funny fellow. It seemed as though he was held in for some reason or other ...

7. Variety October 1909

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... . 26 to open at the Majestic, Chicago. The Tivoli bill shows a return of some more of the big ones to that hall. George Robey, Phil Ray and Ernest Shand are nmong the arrivals. (Jeorge Formby returned to London after a long tour in the provinces ...

8. Variety November 1909

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... . Joe Elvin was in the chair. There was no end to the i aleri"t~ appear irTg ~ffoffi "~trfwr tmtit "two (morning). Many fine voices and lots of good fun. Perhaps the two laughing hits belonged to George Formby and Harry Tate ...

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... & Moore Harry Fay I Kept on Waving My Flag, Formby George Formby I'll be Cross, Arabella, Murphy & Lipton Jack Pleasants I'm Always Doing Something Silly, Frank Leo Arthur Osmond I'm the Fool of the Family Arthur Osmond I Must Go Home To-night, Hargreaves Billy Williams Interruptions ...

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... & Barnes Billy Williams Man from Lancashire, Robson & Hyde George Formby Marguerite, White Ernest Pike Midshipmite, The, Stephen Adams Peter Dawson Miner's Dream of Home (Christmas Song), Goodwin & Dry den Peter Dawson with Mixed Quartette My Old Shako, Troetere Peter Dawson Nancy Lee, Adams Peter Dawson Nazareth ...