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Eddie Cantor in 'Ali Baba Goes to Town'
     Orphaned as a very early age. Eddie Cantor was able to escape a life of poverty and mediocrity by working as an entertainer. This was not an uncommon story, for many (though they didn't always make it big like Eddie), were still able to keep from living on the street by working in entertainment and doing what they loved. My, how times have changed.

     Not everyone knows this, but Eddie Cantor gave us the March of Dimes.  He believed that getting many people to donate small amounts is much easier than trying to get people to give large amounts.  While we do need large amounts of money (very), we also stress the importance of the small donation.  After all, if a million people give one dollar to Dreamsville, how much would we have?  It would certainly give us a healthy boost.  So click the button below and remember that there are countless others out there who would love to have the kind of opportunity that Eddie Cantor had as a youth.  Then tell your friends to do the same.
 
Eddie Cantor in 'Makin Whoopee'Eddie Cantor
in "Makin' Whoopee"
 
     At present (late summer, 2017), there are still a fair number of people living whose work and/or connections in entertainment go back to the early days of television, radio, and talking pictures. One gentleman in our acquaintance worked in silent films, and there are likely to be others. Not only are these people still lucid, but some are still working (and many have never put their knowledge into a book). We at Dreamsville wish to introduce these wonderful show business veterans to our youth in order to greatly enhance there learning experience, and to preserve the untold stories for future generations. But these veterans won't live forever, and time is quickly running out. We need your support now.

     Please give to this worthy endeavor. Even the smallest amount helps. You can donate to us through Paypal. Sponsorships are also available for those who wish to advertise with us.

There are several ways you can help the Dreamsville Project.
 
  1. Volunteer - We need people with accounting and other professional or administrative skills. We need people with expertise in advertising and marketing, IT, art and layout, and much more. You can also offer your expertise as a consultant. Please send us your resume and a cover letter telling us how you'd like to participate.

  2. Donate - Gifts of any dollar amount will help, especially when given on a regular basis. We are also open to gifts of things that we can use or sell. To donate an item, send us an email here.

  3. Tell Others - The work of creating fine entertainment needs the support of all those who love and appreciate it. Please make your family and friends aware of Dreamsville Entertainment.
We give you our heartfelt thanks for your support.
 
Eddie Cantor in 'Ali Baba Goes to Town'
 
 
 
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Eddie Cantor in 'Makin Whoopee' Eddie Cantor in 'Makin Whoopee'