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ISNI: 
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Name: 
Bert Williams
Bert Williams (acteur et cinéaste américain)
Bert Williams (actor)
Bert Williams (Amerikaans acteur (1874-1922))
Bert Williams (amerikansk skådespelare)
Bert Williams (amerikansk skodespelar)
Bert Williams (amerikansk skuespiller)
Bert Williams (attore e regista statunitense)
Bert Williams (US-amerikanischer Bühnenschauspieler)
Williams, Bert
Williams, Bert A.
Williams, Egbert A.
Williams, Egbert Austin
Берт Уильямс
ברט ויליאמס
برت ویلیامز (بازیگر آمریکایی)
Dates: 
1874-1922
Creation class: 
Musical sound recording
Notated music
Projected medium
Creation role: 
composer
performer
Related names: 
Collins, Arthur (1864-1933)
McLeod, James Red
Moore, Victor (1876-1962)
Murray, Billy
Rogers, Alex (1876-1930)
Skidmore, Will E.
Smith, Chris (1879-1949)
Steel, John (1900-1971)
Tanguay, Eva (1878-1947)
Van and Schenck Duo de variétés
Vodery, Will H.
Walker, George (1873-1911)
Ziegfeld, Flo (1869-1932)
Titles: 
1919-1922 His Final Releases
Abyssinia
American vaudeville and variety
Bert Williams famous song hits
Bert Williams, son of laughter, 1923 (subj.)
Bert Williams the remaining titles, 1915-1921.
Borrow from me
Bring back those wonderful days
Brother Low Down
Brother Lowdown
Certainly Was Going Some, I
Checkers it's your move now
Constantly
Darktown poker club, The
Dear old golden rule days
Early years, 1901-1909
Elder Eatmore's Sermon On Generosity
Elder Eatmore's sermon on throwing stones
Essential silent 2 : 1913-1926 : clásicos del cine mudo
Eve cost Adam just one bone
Everybody wants a key to my cellar
Get up
His final releases, 1919-1922
How? Fried
I'll Lend You Anything
I'm gone before I go
I'm gonna quit Saturday
I'm neutral
I'm sorry I ain't got it, you could have it if I had it blues
I've such a funny feeling when I look at you
If you love your baby, make the goo goo eyes
Indoor sports
Introducing Bert Williams, c2008:
It's nobody's business but my own
Lee family, The
Lonesome alimony blues
Lost sounds Blacks and the birth of the recording industry, 1891-1922.
Middle Years 1910-1918, The
moon shines on the moonshine, The
Moon Shines on the Moonshines, The
Music from the New York stage, 1908-1913.
My Landlady
My last dollar
Never mo'
No place like home
Nobody
Not lately
O Death, where is thy sting?
Oh Lawdy
On the right road
Play That Barber Shop Chord
Popular songs, minstrels, and dramatic readings for American Memory variety stage project
Pretty Desdamone
Purpostus / Never Mo'
Samuel
Save a little dram for me
Somebody
Something You Don't Expect
Stage struck (1954) a program, The story of Florenz Ziegfeld presented by the Columbia Broadcasting System, Mar. 21, 1954.
Ten little bottles
Thanks for the Memories (1938-1955)
That's a plenty
Thirty-five song hits by great Black songwriters
trip to Coontown, A
Twenty years
Unexpectedly
Unlucky blues
want to know where Tosti went (when he said goodbye), I
When I return
When the Moon Shines on the Moonshine, The
Whispering
Woodman, spare that tree
You Can't Do Anything Till Martin Gets...
You can't do nothing till Martin gets here
You can't get away from it
You Can't Trust Nobody
You'll never need a doctor no more
Ziegfeld Follies of 1919: When the Moon Shines on the Moonshine
Contributed to or performed: 
American Pop: An Audio History - From Minstrels to Mojo: On Record, 1893-1946
Broadway: The American Musical
Bubbling Brown Sugar (1977 original London cast)
Freedom: Songs From the Heart of America
From Ragtime to Jazz Vol. 4 1896-1922
Legendary Voices of Vaudeville
Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry 1891-1922
Music of Prohibition, The
Pop Music: The Early Years 1890-1950
Rhapsodies in Black: Music and Words From the Harlem Renaissance
Speakeasy Times
Star Spangled Rhythm: Voices of Broadway and Hollywood
Tribute to Black Entertainers, A
Ziegfeld Follies of 1919
Notes: 
Sources: 
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