excerpt from 'Jimmy Glover, His Book' pp. 188 (124 words)

excerpt from 'Jimmy Glover, His Book' pp. 188 (124 words)

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Jimmy Glover, His Book

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Another experience at the Trocadero with Coborn, was when he sang "The  Man who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo." The audience simply would not have the song at any price. They hooted, howled, and hissed till one  night Coborn made a speech somewhat in this strain: "Ladies and gentlemen, I am engaged here for twelve weeks. It is my living. I am bound by contract. Now for twelve weeks I am going to sing this song every night and repeat the chorus till you join in with me. The sooner you learn it, and sing it with me then will I leave the stage; but not before." And London, in three months, reeked of "The Man who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo."

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