Gender
Male
Born
Jul 25, 1865
Warrington, ENGLAND
Died
Feb 19, 1930
London, ENGLAND
Director Producer Performer Writer Lyricist
Also Known As
Edward L. Swete
Old English (Dec 23, 1924 - Jun 1925)
  • Produced by Edward L. Swete
  • Staged by Edward L. Swete
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Clair de Lune (Apr 18, 1921 - Jun 1921)
  • Staged by E. Lyall Swete
  • Performer: E. Lyall Swete [Ursus]
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Mecca (Oct 04, 1920 - Jan 22, 1921)
  • Staged by E. Lyall Swete
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Aphrodite (Nov 24, 1919 - Apr 03, 1920)
  • Directed by E. Lyall Swete
  • Lyrics by E. Lyall Swete
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A Burgomaster of Belgium (Mar 24, 1919 - Apr 1919)
  • Performer: E. Lyall Swete
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Freedom (Oct 19, 1918 - Nov 1918)
  • Performer: E. Lyall Swete
  • Written by E. Lyall Swete
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Belinda (May 06, 1918 - Jun 1918)
  • Performer: E. Lyall Swete
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The New Word (May 06, 1918 - Jun 1918)
  • Performer: E. Lyall Swete
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The Off Chance (Feb 14, 1918 - May 1918)
  • Performer: E. Lyall Swete [Lord Cardonnell]
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Chu Chin Chow (Oct 22, 1917 - Apr 27, 1918)
  • Staged by E. Lyall Swete
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Miss Elizabeth's Prisoner (Nov 23, 1903 - Dec 1903)
  • Written by E. Lyall Swete
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