Elsie Carlisle and Sam Browne

A Limerick from “Radio Magazine” (June, 1934)

A limerick about Elsie Carlisle and Sam Browne:

A crooner named Elsie Carlisle
Is a girl with a very nice stisle;
But the cheek that she gets
From Sam Browne in duets —
Now how can this chap be so visle?”

– B. C. Hilliam, the “Mr. Flotsam” of the musical comedy duo “Flotsam and Jetsam”

Ambrose & His Orchestra (w. Sam Browne & Elsie Carlisle) – "I'm Gonna Wash My Hands of You" (1934)

Ambrose & His Orchestra (w. Sam Browne & Elsie Carlisle) – “I’m Gonna Wash My Hands of You” (1934)

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"The Idol of the Radio." British dance band singer of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s.

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