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Elsie Janis - Early career, World War I, Later Life

Singer, born in Columbus, Ohio, USA. Pushed on stage by her mother at age eight, she delighted audiences in Europe and America with her singing and impersonations of other celebrities, such as Will Rogers (1900–32). She worked as both writer and production supervisor of films in the early 1930s.

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