Harry DeCosta Net Worth

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Harry DeCosta Net Worth is
$1.7 Million

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Composer, songwriter (Keep That Tiger”), writer and pianist who also accompanied Jones & Hare, and a author of particular materials for vaudeville. He was a pianist for music web publishers and a radio script article writer and composer. Becoming a member of ASCAP in 1925, his additional popular-song compositions consist of “Little Gray Mom”, “Ragamuffin Romeo”, “That Soothing Serenade”, “Slappin’ the Bass”, “Mary Dear”, “Like Me just a little Small”, “My Mammy Understands”, and “Like Produced a Gypsy Out of Me”.

Known for movies


Boardwalk Empire2010TV Series writer - 1 episode
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1920s: The Dawn of the Hollywood Musical2008Video documentary writer: "The Dumber They Come, the Better I Like 'em" - uncredited
Memoirs of a Geisha2005lyrics: "Tiger Rag" 1918 - as Harry Da Costa
Double Jeopardy1999"Tiger Rag"
Earthly Possessions1999TV Movie arranger: "Hold That Tiger"
Degenerate Art1993TV Movie documentary "Tiger Rag"
Loverboy1989writer: "Tiger Rag"
Tucker: The Man and His Dream1988"Tiger Rag"
The Lively Ones1963TV Series writer - 1 episode
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall1957TV Series writer - 1 episode
Cinerama Holiday1955Documentary lyrics: "Tiger Rag"
Variety Girl1947lyrics: "TIGER RAG"
Black Angel1946lyrics: "Tiger Rag" - uncredited
Hi, Beautiful1944lyrics: "Tiger Rag" - uncredited
Oh, Susanna!1936lyrics: "Tiger Rag" 1918 - uncredited
Study and Understudy1936Short writer: "Slappin' the Bass" - uncredited
Betty Boop and Grampy1935Short lyrics: "Tiger Rag" - uncredited
An All-Colored Vaudeville Show1935Short lyrics: "Tiger Rag" 1918 - uncredited
Sing a Song1932Short lyrics: "Tiger Rag" - uncredited
The Big Broadcast1932writer: "Tiger Rag"
King of Jazz1930lyrics: "Ragamuffin Romeo" - uncredited
Is Everybody Happy?1929lyrics: "Tiger Rag" - uncredited
Stories in Song1928Short writer: "Little Tu Shi Is the Vamp of Shanghai Now" - uncredited
Earl Burtnett and His Biltmore Hotel Orchestra1928/IIIShort lyrics: "Tiger Rag" - uncredited
A Few Moments with Eddie Cantor, Star of 'Kid Boots'1923Short writer: "The Dumber They Come, the Better I Like 'em" 1923 - uncredited


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