Vincent P. Bryan
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In the 1903-1909 production of The Wizard of Oz he was called upon to introduce new songs in numerous revisions.
- with Theodore F. Morse
- Nautical Nonsense (Hurrah for Baffin's Bay!) (Scarecrow and Tin Woodman)
- with J.B. Mullen
- Down on the Brandywine (Trixie Tryfle and Pastoria)
- 'Twas Enough to Make a Perfect Lady Mad (Cynthia Cynch)
- Under a Panama (Dorothy Gale)
- The Nightmare (Scarecrow and Tin Woodman)
- with Charles Zimmerman
- Marching Thro' Georgia (Scarecrow and Tin Woodman)
- Sitting Bull (Scarecrow)
- Football (Scarecrow and Tin Woodman)
- Marching Through Port Arthur (Scarecrow and Tin Woodman)
- with Leo Edwards
- The Tale of the Monkey (Cynthia Cynch)
- My Own Girl (Sir Dashemoff Daily)
He was a close behind-the-scenes collaborator of Charlie Chaplin from 1915 to 1917. Along with Hal Roach he directed three Harold Lloyd films in 1919: He Leads, Others Follow, Soft Money and Pay Your Dues. An addiction to heroin prematurely ended his promising career in motion pictures.
- Works written by or about Vincent P. Bryan at Wikisource
- Vincent P. Bryan at IMDb
- Vincent Bryan recordings at the Discography of American Historical Recordings.