Oscar, 1847?–1919, U.S. theatrical manager, born in Germany.
his grandson, Oscar II, 1895–1960, U.S. lyricist and librettist.
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How to use Hammerstein in a sentence
The CBS Rodgers and Hammerstein version of Cinderella, screened in 1957, attracted what was then the largest TV audience in history.What the Rise and Fall of the Cinderella Fairy Tale Means for Real Women Today | Carol Dyhouse | April 19, 2021 | Time
Lyricist E. Y. “Yip” Harburg was as provocative as Hammerstein, though with a much less earnest, more whimsical sensibility.
Hammerstein continued his subtle quest for racial equanimity in Oklahoma!
Then there was theater life in midtown—the original Oscar Hammerstein Theater was there along with the Ziegfeld on 54th.
As advertised, Holler is not autobiographical in the same way that the works of Rodgers and Hammerstein are not autobiographical.
When he was 15, Sondheim wrote a musical and took it to Hammerstein, asking him to judge it as if the boy were a professional.Sondheim on Sondheim: American Musical Theater in Six Songs | Jimmy So | December 9, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Oscar Hammerstein, the New York theatre proprietor, sold his first cigar-making machine for $6,000 cash.How to Succeed as an Inventor | Goodwin B. Smith
Hammerstein was a better horse than Zahringen, and would take Calthea home more rapidly, which entirely suited Mr. Petter.
Hammerstein now stood on all his feet again, and Miss Calthea earnestly advised Mr. Tippengray to turn him around and drive back.
Mr. Tippengray caught at the boy's idea and, exercising all his strength, he turned Hammerstein into the open gateway.
Her earliest publications were Sappho and Hammerstein, two poems which appeared at Leipzig in 1880.