Here are two extremely rare photographs from the Paramount Theater, circa 1934, showing entertainers Milton Berle and Mary Small.  Along with Eddie Cantor and other Vaudevillians, these entertainers really brought down the house in the 1930′s and helped create the foundations of entertainment as we know it.


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This is an extremely rare recording of the Little Miss Bab-O program in 1934… From the New York Times that year… “UNDOUBTEDLY the most successful child star in radio today is Mary Small, the singing star on Little Miss Bab-O.  Mary is thirteen years old.  Her father is in the shirt business in Baltimore where Mary began her radio work…. Today she earns over $400 a week…. That gives you the bright side of the radio picture for children…