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De Sylva, B. G. (Buddy Gard), 1896-1950

LC control no.n 79013020
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Personal name headingDe Sylva, B. G. (Buddy Gard), 1896-1950
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Variant(s)De Sylva, Buddy Gard, 1896-1950
De Sylva, George Gard, 1896-1950
DeSylva, B. G. (Buddy Gard), 1896-1950
Sylva, B. G. de (Buddy Gard), 1896-1950
DeSylva, Buddy G., 1896-1950
De Sylva, 1896-1950
DeSylva, 1896-1950
De Sylvia, Bud, 1896-1950
Sylvia, Budde, 1896-1950
DeSylva, Bud, 1896-1950
Sylva, Bud de, 1896-1950
Birth date1895-01-27
Death date1950-07-11
Place of birthNew York (N.Y.)
Place of deathHollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Profession or occupationComposers Authors Actors
Found inGershwin, G. Blue Monday, c1976 (a.e.) t.p. (B. G. De Sylva)
WW in the theatre (De Sylva, B. G., b. 1896)
WWA, 1944-45 (De Sylva, George Gard (Buddy) b. 1896)
Time, 6/24/50 (De Sylva, George Gard, d. 1950)
Bachelor mother [MP] 1939: credits (produced by B.G. DeSylva)
Internet movie database WWW site, February 11, 2008 (Buddy G. DeSylva; b. January 27, 1895, New York City; d. July 11, 1950, Hollywood, California; producer, composer, writer, actor; alternate names, George G. De Sylva, DeSylva, De Sylva)
His N'everything, c1919: cover (Bud de Sylvia)
His N'everything, c1918: cover (Budde Sylvia) caption (Bud De Sylvia) [not in LC collection]
Williams, C. Baby, won't you please come home? [SR] 1940: label (Bud DeSylva)
Kern, Jerome. You tell 'em, 1919 (Bud de Sylva)
Associated languageeng