American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Lahr, Bert Originally Irving Lahrheim. 1895-1967. American entertainer who appeared in many dramas, musicals, and films, most notably as the Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz (1939).
“Actually Raph, the idling thing at intersection can be solved by reprogramming the lights at intersections, they did it in Lahr, Germany where I was posted, you were encouraged to turn you car off at red lights so what they would do, is the light would change from Red to Amber for ten seconds before going green to let you know to restart your car.”
“Jurgen Weber was born in Lahr, in the Black Forest.”
“We have pretty good views on where pockets of risk are," Mr. Lahr said.”
“In December 2009 Pimco tapped Anne Gudefin and Charles Lahr , former co-managers of Franklin Templeton Investments' Mutual Global Discovery Fund, to run the Pathfinder fund, which aims to invest globally with a focus on undervalued stocks with less volatility.”
“Bert Lahr, the star, played five different parts—one of them in drag—and was by all accounts a sensation.”
“Now it remains in limbo, awaiting a first-class stage comedian who can do what Mr. Lahr did, plus a supporting cast that's strong enough to stand up to him.”
“The movie was based upon the 1900 novel by Frank L. Baum of the same name and starred Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, Bert Lahr, and a whole lot of little people.”
“It was performed live and features Ethel Merman in the role she indelibly stamped forever, along with a game Frank Sinatra and Bert Lahr.”
“He brought depth to his portrayal of a vaudeville star in The Night They Raided Minsky's (1968), which also featured Jason Robards, Britt Ekland and Bert Lahr.”
“The cast, which includes Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr, Jack Haley, and Margaret Hamilton, is almost beyond critique.”
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