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Post  English Crusader on Sat 12 Jan 2008 - 11:55

Universal Studios official, Rufus LeMaire had the idea if he could get little Deanna Durbin on radio it would help promote her first movie THREE SMART GIRLS. So Rufus suggested to Eddie Cantor that he should hire Deanna for his radio show. Rufus invited Eddie to the Trocadero Club to hear Deanna sing, but even though Eddie was very impressed with Deanna's voice, he didn't think she would be entirely suitable for his show. Rufus was even willing to pay Deanna's fee if Eddie would give her a chance to prove herself to which Eddie agreed. Deanna sang Il Bacio on The Eddie Cantor Show on 20 September, 1936 just after she started working on THREE SMART GIRLS. Listeners were amazed by Deanna's voice and sent 4000 letters asking her to sing again on the show.

Texaco Town regulars included Jacques Renard, Parkyakarkus, Deanna Durbin, Eddie Cantor, Bobby Breen, and Jimmy Wallington:



It wasn't always easy for Deanna to work on the show. The orchestra leader, Jack Renard had his own ideas about tempo. He would sometimes go too fast or too slow for Deanna. She would beat time to the music as she sang. That habit became her unconscious attempt to direct the orchestra. When the orchestra did not play as required, Deanna would clench her fists and beat time furiously. There was no chance for re-takes, so Deanna didn't want to make any slips. She was the type of girl who always gave her best!

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Post  English Crusader on Tue 22 Jan 2008 - 13:06

It's a proven fact that singers cannot sing nearly so well after a heavy meal - sometimes their top note is as much as a tone lower. So when Deanna sang in the evenings on The Eddie Cantor Show, she had a glass of orange juice at 4.30 pm which was the last thing she had before her 8.00 pm broadcast. Usually by the time she finished broadcasting it was past 9.00 pm - and it was too late for her to have a good meal as she was too tired to digest it properly. Often Deanna would go to bed with just a cup of hot chocolate!





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Post  English Crusader on Fri 26 Dec 2008 - 19:46

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Al Jolson, Irving Berlin, Eddie Cantor, Deanna Durbin, Sophie Tucker, Ruby Keeler Jolson, and George Burns.



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Post  English Crusader on Fri 26 Dec 2008 - 19:48

Here is a photo of Deanna and Edith attending a special anniversary dinner to celebrate Eddie Cantor's 25 years in show business:



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Post  English Crusader on Fri 26 Dec 2008 - 19:50

This is a photo of Deanna Durbin with Charles Winninger and Jimmy Wallington who was Eddie Cantor's radio announcer:



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Post  English Crusader on Fri 26 Dec 2008 - 19:55

On the 9th of March, 1937, the title of "Tejanita Honararia" (Honorary Little Texas Senorita) was bestowed on Deanna Durbin by Texas Governor James Allred with Eddie Cantor acting as his ambassador.



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Post  English Crusader on Fri 26 Dec 2008 - 19:56

Deanna Durbin travelled extensively to various locations with The Eddie Cantor Show:



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Post  English Crusader on Fri 26 Dec 2008 - 19:57

Deanna Durbin was a close friend of Eddie Cantor and his family.



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Post  English Crusader on Fri 26 Dec 2008 - 20:00

THE EDDIE CANTOR SHOW

- TEXACO TOWN -

SONGS PERFORMED BY DEANNA DURBIN

Il Bacio - 20 September 1936

A Hearts That's Free - 27 September 1936

Will You Remember - 4 October 1936

Let Me Call You Sweetheart - 4 October 1936

Italian Street Song - 11 October 1936

Ciribiribin - 25 October 1936

Make Believe - 1 November 1936

My Hero - 8 November 1936

Carmena Vocal Waltz - 15 November 1936

Alice Blue Gown - 22 November 1936

I'll Follow My Secret Heart - 29 November 1936

Someone To Care For me - 6 December 1936

Il Bacio - 13 December 1936

Someone To Care For Me - 20 December 1936

Please Mr Piper Play For Me - 27 December 1936

Kiss Me Again - 3 January 1937

Giannina Mia - 17 January 1937

A Heart That's Free - 24 January 1937

I'll Follow My Secret Heart - 29 January 1937

Two Hearts In Three Quarter Time - 31 January 1937

Seal It With A Kiss - 7 February 1937

Blue Danube Waltz - 21 February 1937

When You’re Away - 28 February 1937

May I Have The Next Romance With You - 7 March 1937

Someone To Care For Me - 7 March 1937

Mother Macree - 14 March 1937

Did Your Mother Come From Ireland - 14 March 1937

Italian Street Song - 21 March 1937

Carmena Vocal Waltz - 18 April 1937

Il Bacio - 9 May 1937

Make Believe - 16 May 1937

Never In A Million Years - 16 May 1937

Alice Blue Gown - 23 May 1937

Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet - 23 May 1937

Love Here Is My Heart - 30 May 1937

It's Swell Of You - 30 May 1937

One Fine Day - 29 September 1937

The First Time I Saw You - 6 October 1937

Brindisi - 13 October 1937

Afraid To Dream - 13 October 1937

Giannina Mia - 20 October 1937

The Merry Widow Waltz - 27 October 1937

A Heart That's Free - 10 November 1937

My Hero - 17 November 1937

Vieni Vieni - 24 November 1937

Summertime - 1 December 1937

Make Believe - 15 December 1937

Brindisi - 29 December 1937

In The Still Of The Night - 5 January 1938

Carmena Vocal Waltz - 12 January 1938

Chapel Bells - 19 January 1938

Ave Maria - 26 January 1938

Summertime - 9 February 1938

Zigeuner - 16 February 1938

Smoke Gets In Your Eyes - 2 March 1938

When The Pipe Organ Plays - 2 March 1938

Oh Promise Me - 2 March 1938

You're A Sweetheart - 2 March 1938

Summertime - 9 March 1938

Love Your Magic Spell Is Everywhere - 9 March 1938

The Merry Widow Waltz - 16 March 1938

In The Still Of The Night - 23 March 1938

Did Your Mother Come From Ireland - 23 March 1938

Mother Macree - 23 March 1938

Thanks For The Memory - 28 March 1938



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Post  English Crusader on Fri 26 Dec 2008 - 20:02

Deanna Durbin soon became a radio star on The Eddie Cantor Show:



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Post  English Crusader on Sun 1 Mar 2009 - 3:45

Deanna Durbin & Bobby Breen made a great team:







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Post  English Crusader on Sun 1 Mar 2009 - 3:46

Deanna Durbin would sing duets with the very popular Bobby Breen:



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Post  English Crusader on Thu 16 Apr 2009 - 9:30

A 1940 photo of Deanna Durbin with Eddie Cantor and an older looking Bobby Breen:



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Post  English Crusader on Thu 7 May 2009 - 9:53

On her way to be on The Eddie Cantor Show in November of 1936, Deanna Durbin missed the eastbound train three times. After missing it for the 3rd time she boarded a plane hoping to intercept the train in Albuquerque. On hearing the news, Charles Rogers became nervous because there were eight fatal crashes involving domestic airlines during 1936.

Deanna Durbin being greeted by young fans on her arrival in Albuquerque after her TWA (The Lindbergh Line) flight:



HISTORIC NOTE FOR TWA FLIGHTS: Immediately on his return from the epochal flight to Paris in May 1927, a "group" of sky opportunists snapped up Charles Lindbergh and made him "technical adviser." By 1929 this group was Transcontinental Air Transport and had the world's #1 civil aviator fly part of its first coast-to-coast trip over the route he had charted. When its successor, Transcontinental and Western Air was formed in 1930 it kept the slogan ''The Lindbergh Line" and added for good measure, "TWA First." For eight years nearly every page of the company's publicity had prominently mentioned "The Lindbergh Line" while in most of its 44 ticket offices the helmeted head of Colonel Lindbergh looked confidently skyward. By common sense and Bureau of Air Commerce rulings all big three transcontinental airlines (United, American and TWA) shared much alike in safety measures, leaving competition to comfort, equipment and fares. Claiming to be first on such things as coast-to-coast passenger service, transcontinental overnight service, and general deluxing, TWA turned its attention to fares, reduced them about 15%. So loud and prolonged was the outcry from United and American that after six months the three compromised on a middle rate between the new low and the old high - well justifying TWA's snort that "whatever the squawk, it costs less to travel from Newark to Chicago than it did a year ago, thanks to us." TWA again set fire to the passenger fare structure, horrifying its rivals by suddenly introducing nationwide air "excursions" that for the first time put general airplane travel below most standard railroad and Pullman rates. To obtain those fares passengers were required to begin their outward journeys from any point on either Saturday or Monday and return anytime, any ship, within 15 days. In reckoning the rail cost, meals en route and tips at journey's end were not included, TWA carried passengers from Los Angeles to New York in 16 hours, provided free meals en route and no tips were necessary; by rail in standard trains the journey took about 77 hours and generally required some $10 extra for meals, $2 in tips.


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Post  English Crusader on Thu 7 May 2009 - 9:54

Here is photo of Deanna Durbin which was taken in November 1936 as she is leaving from the LaSalle Street Station in Chicago on the 20th Century Limited bound for New York City to be on The Eddie Cantor Show:



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Post  English Crusader on Thu 7 May 2009 - 9:55

In 1936, Deanna Durbin made her first stage appearance with Eddie Cantor's radio entertainers at the Keith Boston Theatre:



Deanna said: "In radio, you have to get new numbers ready every week and Sunday seems to creep up very quickly. On stage, you do the same numbers and the same routine every show, which gives you a confidence you never get in radio."


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Post  English Crusader on Thu 7 May 2009 - 9:57

Deanna Durbin with Parkyakarkus, Eddie Cantor, and Bobby Breen:



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Post  English Crusader on Thu 7 May 2009 - 10:00

When Deanna arrived in New York City she was most keen on seeing the Statue of Liberty:



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Post  English Crusader on Thu 7 May 2009 - 10:02

Some 1936 photos of Deanna Durbin's first ever trip to New York for The Eddie Cantor Show:







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Post  English Crusader on Thu 7 May 2009 - 10:07

A 1937 photo of Deanna Durbin with "Mad Russian" Bert Gordon on The Eddie Cantor Show:



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Post  English Crusader on Thu 7 May 2009 - 10:08

Deanna Durbin with her parents in February of 1938 preparing to leave for New York City for The Eddie Cantor Show:





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Post  English Crusader on Thu 7 May 2009 - 10:10

Deanna Durbin & Eddie Cantor arriving in New York City in 1938:



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Post  English Crusader on Thu 7 May 2009 - 10:11

Historic 1938 video clip of Deanna Durbin arrriving in New York City for The Eddie Cantor Show:



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Post  English Crusader on Thu 7 May 2009 - 10:12

Deanna & Eddie enjoying some refreshments:

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Post  English Crusader on Thu 7 May 2009 - 10:15

Deanna Durbin with Eddie Cantor and Olive Major:



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Post  English Crusader on Sat 21 Nov 2009 - 4:51

A comic strip from a 1937 issue of THE FUNNIES in which radio fan Scribbly unwittingly meets Deanna Durbin and Bobby Breen:



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Post  English Crusader on Sun 20 Dec 2009 - 10:59

"Deanna possesses more charm, more poise, more personality than a half dozen of the biggest feminine stars in Hollywood today. To hear her is to adore her. To both see and hear her is to take her to your heart for all time."



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Post  English Crusader on Wed 20 Jan 2010 - 12:12

Deanna loved being on The Eddie Cantor Show, but her parents, teaches, and Universal Studios were against her doing anymore radio because she was way overworked, so Deanna finally stopped performing on the show in 1938.

For the show, Deanna did two afternoon rehearsals each week, one evening dress rehearsal with an audience, and on the fourth day two broadcasts on a split network for the East and West!!

Deanna did do radio work at a later date, but certainly her workload wasn't as crazy!



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Post  English Crusader on Wed 20 Jan 2010 - 12:12

A 1939 photo taken in Santa Monica of Deanna Durbin with Mr & Mrs Wallington and their first baby boy:



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Post  English Crusader on Wed 20 Jan 2010 - 12:21

In march of 1942, Deanna attended the Broadway show BANJO EYES with Eddie Cantor in the lead role. Eddie couldn't resist introducing Deanna, in the third row, to the audience. Applause greeted the announcement, with requests for Deanna to sing. That wasn't possible as she did not have music with her, nor was the orchestra prepared. However, in response to the demanding applause, Deanna stood in the aisle and made her bows. She later kept a luncheon date with Eddie, whose radio program introduced a non-famous, beautiful soprano voice!



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Post  English Crusader on Sun 5 May 2013 - 10:09

When Deanna made her first trip to New York with The Eddie Cantor Show, Eddie asked her, "Aren't you a little scared broadcasting from New York?"

"No," she answered, "It goes into the same homes."



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Post  English Crusader on Thu 2 Jul 2015 - 12:08

Eddie Cantor clowning around playing a harp while Deanna watches on in amusement:

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Post  English Crusader on Mon 3 Oct 2016 - 14:21

Deanna Durbin and Eddie Cantor sightseeing during their trips to the East Coast:

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Post  English Crusader on Sat 8 Oct 2016 - 16:34

Deanna Durbin and Eddie Cantor made a great radio team:



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Post  English Crusader on Tue 3 Jan 2017 - 22:15

Deanna Durbin with Eddie Cantor and Bobby Breen:

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Post  English Crusader on Tue 3 Jan 2017 - 22:18

Deanna Durbin became the star of the show:



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Post  English Crusader on Tue 3 Jan 2017 - 22:20

Here is a compilation of songs performed by Deanna Durbin on The Eddie Cantor Show:



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Texaco Town - 08 November 1936:




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Texaco Town - 15 November 1936:




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Texaco Town - 22 November 1936:



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Texaco Town - 20 December 1936:




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Texaco Town - 07 February 1937:




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Texaco Town - 04 October 1936:



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Texaco Town - 11 October 1936:




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Texaco Town - 29 November 1936:



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Texaco Town - 27 December 1936:


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