|The Barkleys of Broadway||Actor||Ezra Miller||7|
|Kiss the Boys Goodbye||Actor||Dick Rayburn||7|
|You Were Meant for Me||Actor||Oscar Hoffman||7|
|Rhapsody in Blue||Actor||Himself||7|
|Romance on the High Seas||Actor||Oscar Farrar||7|
|Tanned Legs||Composer (Music Score)||n/a||1|
|The Dance of Life||Actor||Jerry||7|
|Charlie Chan at the Opera||Consultant/advisor||n/a||1|
|An American in Paris||1950||Actor||Adam Cook||19507|
|The Band Wagon||1953||Actor||Lester Marton||19537|
|Rhythm on the River||1939||Actor||n/a||19397|
|O. Henry's Full House||1952||Actor||n/a||19527|
|The Cobweb||1955||Actor||Mr Capp||19557|
|The Rocketeer||1991||Song||("All Dressed Up and No Place to Go")||1|
|Let's Get Lost||1989||Song||("Blame It on My Youth")||1|
|Performed with small dance bands|
|Was a participant on radio program, "Information Please"|
|Had a minor role in a Broadway show, "Burlesque" and made film acting debut in film version of that play called "The Dance of Life"|
|Film composing debut, "My Man"|
|Subject of Stan Freeman's one-man play with music, "At Wit's End" at Michael's Pub in New York|
|Left home at age 16 to study music in New York; supported himself by teaching piano|
|Hosted "G E Guest House" TV quiz show|
|June Levant||Wife||Married December 1, 1939 until his death of heart attack on August 14, 1972|
|Amanda Levant||Daughter||born 1942; married Casey Carmel|
|Lorna Levant||Daughter||born 1941|
|Marcia Levant||Daughter||born 1940; married journalist Jerry Talmer|
|Barbara Smith||Wife||married 1932; divorced 1933; died January 16, 1997 at age 86|
|Levant walked "a tightrope most of his life between the rich and celebrated who loved his sardonic wit and the audience that never knew quite what to make of his crude, irreverent bitchery."--Rex Reed in his NEW YORK OBSERVER column (October, 1991)|
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