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Larry Shay

p, 1897-1988 US, Chicago
Musician / Composer / Songwriter
A.k.a. Lawrence Fredrick Schaetzlein

Larry Shay (August 10, 1897 in Chicago, Illinois – February 22, 1988 in Newport Beach, California) was an American songwriter. In 1929 he co-authored his most famous song, "When You're Smiling." As with many other of his songs, this was a collaboration with Joe Goodwin and Mark Fisher (3). In the 1930s, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer hired him to become their music director. He published over 300 songs.

        
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