|Elsie Janis - IMDb|
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Elsie Janis - IMDb
in Los Angeles, California, USA
|Birth Name:||Elsie Bierbower|
|Trivia:||There are 3 trivia records. Some examples:|
- Co-wrote with Jack King the song "I'm True To The Navy" sung by Clara Bow in "Paramount On Parade" (1930).
- Starred in a "Talkie" short performing for the troops on location in "Behind The Lines' (1926), one year before "The Jazz Singer" (1927), which was generally accepted as the first full length feature with sound.
- She entertained troops during World War I so tirelessly that she became known as "The Sweetheart of the AEF.".
|Elsie Janis (autobiography)||So Far, So Good!||1932|| |
|Elsie Janis (autobiography)||If I Know What I Mean.||1925|| |
|Elsie Janis (autobiography)||The Big Show, My Six Months with the American Expeditionary Forces.||1919|| |