Gender
Male
Born
Jul 01, 1861
Athens, Georgia, USA
Died
Aug 02, 1911
USA
Composer Performer Producer Director Writer Lyricist
Also Known As
Bob Cole
  • CREDITS
    Meet Me in St. Louis (Nov 02, 1989 - Jun 10, 1990)
    • Featuring songs by Bob Cole
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Tintypes (Oct 23, 1980 - Jan 11, 1981)
    • Featuring songs by Bob Cole
    MusicalRevueOriginal
    Kilpatrick's Old-Time Minstrels (Apr 19, 1930 - Apr 26, 1930)
    • Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
    MusicalMinstrelOriginal
    The Night Boat (Feb 02, 1920 - Oct 30, 1920)
    • Additional lyrics by Bob Cole
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Miss 1917 (Nov 05, 1917 - Jan 05, 1918)
    • Additional lyrics by Bob Cole
    • Additional music by Bob Cole
    MusicalRevueOriginal
    The Red Moon (May 03, 1909 - May 29, 1909)
    • Staged by Bob Cole
    • Performer: Bob Cole [Slim Brown]
    • Book by Bob Cole
    • Lyrics by Bob Cole
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Miss Innocence (Nov 30, 1908 - May 01, 1909)
    • Featuring "I Have Lost My Little Brown Bear" by Bob Cole
    MusicalExtravaganzaOriginal
    The Husband (Aug 19, 1907 - Aug 24, 1907)
    • Featuring "Susanna" by Bob Cole
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    The Shoo-Fly Regiment (Jun 03, 1907 - Aug 17, 1907)
    • Starring: Bob Cole [Hunter Wilson]
    • Staged by Bob Cole
    • Book by Bob Cole
    • Music and Lyrics for "If Adam Hadn't Seen the Apple Tree" by Robert Cole
    • Lyrics for "On the Gay Luneta" and "Who Do You Love?" by Robert Cole
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Humpty Dumpty (Mar 12, 1906 - Mar 31, 1906)
    • Music by Bob Cole
    • Lyrics by Bob Cole
    MusicalExtravaganzaRevival
    In Newport (Dec 26, 1904 - Jan 14, 1905)
    • Music by Bob Cole
    • Lyrics by Bob Cole
    MusicalBurlesqueOriginal
    Humpty Dumpty (Nov 14, 1904 - Mar 04, 1905)
    • Music by Bob Cole
    • Lyrics by Bob Cole
    MusicalExtravaganzaRevival
    A Little Bit of Everything (Jun 06, 1904 - Sep 17, 1904)
    • Featuring songs by Robert Cole
    MusicalVaudevilleOriginal
    An English Daisy (Jan 18, 1904 - Feb 20, 1904)
    • Additional lyrics by Robert Cole
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    The Girl from Dixie (Dec 14, 1903 - Jan 02, 1904)
    • Additional lyrics by Robert Cole
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Catherine (Sep 24, 1903 - May 28, 1904)
    • Catherine
    • Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
    MusicalBurlesqueOriginal
    • Looney Park
    • Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
    MusicalBurlesqueOriginal
    • Whoop-Dee-Doo
    • Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
    MusicalExtravaganzaOriginal
    Nancy Brown (Feb 16, 1903 - Nov 1903)
    • Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Mr. Bluebeard (Jan 21, 1903 - May 16, 1903)
    • Additional numbers by Bob Cole
    MusicalExtravaganzaOriginal
    Zig-Zag Alley (Jan 19, 1903 - Jan 24, 1903)
    • Additional numbers by Bob Cole
    MusicalFarce SpectacleOriginal
    Sally in Our Alley (Aug 29, 1902 - Dec 13, 1902)
    • Featuring "Under The Bamboo Tree" by Robert Cole
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    The Belle of Broadway (Mar 15, 1902 - Mar 29, 1902)
    • Performer: Bob Cole [Cook]
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    The Hall of Fame (Feb 05, 1902 - Jun 04, 1902)
    • Additional lyrics by Robert Cole
    MusicalOriginal
    The Supper Club (Dec 23, 1901 - Jan 25, 1902)
    • Music by Robert Cole
    • Lyrics by Robert Cole
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    The Sleeping Beauty and the Beast (Nov 04, 1901 - May 31, 1902)
    • Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
    MusicalExtravaganzaOriginal
    The Little Duchess (Oct 14, 1901 - Apr 1902)
    • Additional lyrics by Robert Cole
    MusicalComedyOriginal
    Madge Smith, Attorney (Dec 10, 1900 - Mar 1901)
    • Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
    PlayComedy Farce Play with musicOriginal
    The Belle of Bridgeport (Oct 29, 1900 - Dec 08, 1900)
    • Lyrics by Bob Cole
    PlayFarce Play with musicOriginal
    The Rogers Brothers in Central Park (Sep 17, 1900 - Apr 1901)
    • Additional lyrics by Bob Cole
    MusicalFarce VaudevilleOriginal
    A Trip To Coontown (Apr 04, 1898 - Apr 09, 1898)
    • Produced by Robert Cole
    • Music by Robert Cole
    • Starring: Robert Cole [Willie Wayside]
    • Book by Robert Cole
    • Lyrics by Robert Cole
    • Produced under the personal supervision of Robert Cole
    MusicalComedyRevival
Meet Me in St. Louis (Nov 02, 1989 - Jun 10, 1990)
  • Featuring songs by Bob Cole
MusicalComedyOriginal
Tintypes (Oct 23, 1980 - Jan 11, 1981)
  • Featuring songs by Bob Cole
MusicalRevueOriginal
Kilpatrick's Old-Time Minstrels (Apr 19, 1930 - Apr 26, 1930)
  • Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
MusicalMinstrelOriginal
The Night Boat (Feb 02, 1920 - Oct 30, 1920)
  • Additional lyrics by Bob Cole
MusicalComedyOriginal
Miss 1917 (Nov 05, 1917 - Jan 05, 1918)
  • Additional lyrics by Bob Cole
  • Additional music by Bob Cole
MusicalRevueOriginal
The Red Moon (May 03, 1909 - May 29, 1909)
  • Staged by Bob Cole
  • Performer: Bob Cole [Slim Brown]
  • Book by Bob Cole
  • Lyrics by Bob Cole
MusicalComedyOriginal
Miss Innocence (Nov 30, 1908 - May 01, 1909)
  • Featuring "I Have Lost My Little Brown Bear" by Bob Cole
MusicalExtravaganzaOriginal
The Husband (Aug 19, 1907 - Aug 24, 1907)
  • Featuring "Susanna" by Bob Cole
MusicalComedyOriginal
The Shoo-Fly Regiment (Jun 03, 1907 - Aug 17, 1907)
  • Starring: Bob Cole [Hunter Wilson]
  • Staged by Bob Cole
  • Book by Bob Cole
  • Music and Lyrics for "If Adam Hadn't Seen the Apple Tree" by Robert Cole
  • Lyrics for "On the Gay Luneta" and "Who Do You Love?" by Robert Cole
MusicalComedyOriginal
Humpty Dumpty (Mar 12, 1906 - Mar 31, 1906)
  • Music by Bob Cole
  • Lyrics by Bob Cole
MusicalExtravaganzaRevival
In Newport (Dec 26, 1904 - Jan 14, 1905)
  • Music by Bob Cole
  • Lyrics by Bob Cole
MusicalBurlesqueOriginal
Humpty Dumpty (Nov 14, 1904 - Mar 04, 1905)
  • Music by Bob Cole
  • Lyrics by Bob Cole
MusicalExtravaganzaRevival
A Little Bit of Everything (Jun 06, 1904 - Sep 17, 1904)
  • Featuring songs by Robert Cole
MusicalVaudevilleOriginal
An English Daisy (Jan 18, 1904 - Feb 20, 1904)
  • Additional lyrics by Robert Cole
MusicalComedyOriginal
The Girl from Dixie (Dec 14, 1903 - Jan 02, 1904)
  • Additional lyrics by Robert Cole
MusicalComedyOriginal
Catherine (Sep 24, 1903 - May 28, 1904)
  • Catherine
  • Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
MusicalBurlesqueOriginal
  • Looney Park
  • Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
MusicalBurlesqueOriginal
  • Whoop-Dee-Doo
  • Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
MusicalExtravaganzaOriginal
Nancy Brown (Feb 16, 1903 - Nov 1903)
  • Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
MusicalComedyOriginal
Mr. Bluebeard (Jan 21, 1903 - May 16, 1903)
  • Additional numbers by Bob Cole
MusicalExtravaganzaOriginal
Zig-Zag Alley (Jan 19, 1903 - Jan 24, 1903)
  • Additional numbers by Bob Cole
MusicalFarce SpectacleOriginal
Sally in Our Alley (Aug 29, 1902 - Dec 13, 1902)
  • Featuring "Under The Bamboo Tree" by Robert Cole
MusicalComedyOriginal
The Belle of Broadway (Mar 15, 1902 - Mar 29, 1902)
  • Performer: Bob Cole [Cook]
MusicalComedyOriginal
The Hall of Fame (Feb 05, 1902 - Jun 04, 1902)
  • Additional lyrics by Robert Cole
MusicalOriginal
The Supper Club (Dec 23, 1901 - Jan 25, 1902)
  • Music by Robert Cole
  • Lyrics by Robert Cole
MusicalComedyOriginal
The Sleeping Beauty and the Beast (Nov 04, 1901 - May 31, 1902)
  • Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
MusicalExtravaganzaOriginal
The Little Duchess (Oct 14, 1901 - Apr 1902)
  • Additional lyrics by Robert Cole
MusicalComedyOriginal
Madge Smith, Attorney (Dec 10, 1900 - Mar 1901)
  • Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
PlayComedy Farce Play with musicOriginal
The Belle of Bridgeport (Oct 29, 1900 - Dec 08, 1900)
  • Lyrics by Bob Cole
PlayFarce Play with musicOriginal
The Rogers Brothers in Central Park (Sep 17, 1900 - Apr 1901)
  • Additional lyrics by Bob Cole
MusicalFarce VaudevilleOriginal
A Trip To Coontown (Apr 04, 1898 - Apr 09, 1898)
  • Produced by Robert Cole
  • Music by Robert Cole
  • Starring: Robert Cole [Willie Wayside]
  • Book by Robert Cole
  • Lyrics by Robert Cole
  • Produced under the personal supervision of Robert Cole
MusicalComedyRevival

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