George Christie  (1873-1949)
Last updated: 14.06.21
George Stuart Christie was an American actor, producer and songwriter born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
He is remembered for The Carnation Kid (1929), The Duchess of Doubt (1917) and Sowers and Reapers (1917).
He died in Toms River, New Jersey, USA.
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pdf15.gif Brown Eyes Piano, Voice George Christie (Music)
Dave Reed (words)
Ren Shields (words)
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pdf15.gif I Always Knew the Girl I'd Love, Would Be a Girl Like You Piano, Voice George Christie (Music)
J. Brandon Walsh (words)
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 12 works by George Christie (1873-1949). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: ER
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Baby Rose 1906 Louis Weslyn (words)
Maude Lambert (sung by)
Weston Fields (sung by)
Carroll Fields (sung by)
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Brown Eyes 1908 Dave Reed (words)
Ren Shields (words)
Sue Smith (sung by)
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Don't Forget to Write Me Everyday 1908 Ren Shields (words)  wvicon.gif
If I Only Had a Sweetheart Like You 1910 Glen Ellisn (sung by)
Harry A. Henshaw (sung by)
Your Mother Still Believes in You 1910 Frank Morrell (words)  wvicon.gif
Hoola Boola Glide 1911 Ren Shields (words)  wvicon.gif
If All My Dreams Were Made of Gold, I'd Buy the World For You 1911 J.F. Bradley (words)
C.F. Quigley (words)
George F. Britt (sung by)
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I Always Knew the Girl I'd Love, Would Be a Girl Like You 1912 J. Brandon Walsh (words)
Maude Lambert (sung by)
E.R. Ball (sung by)
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Lady Angeline 1912 Dave Reed (words)
Willie & Eugene Howard (sung by)
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On a Good Old Time Straw Ride 1912 Dave Reed (words)
Maude Lambert (sung by)
E.R. Ball (sung by)
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That's What I Call A Good Time 1912 Ren Shields (words)
Maude Lambert (sung by)
E.R. Ball (sung by)
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At the 10 Cent Movie Show 1913 E.R. Ball (sung by)