When Sir Harry Lauder narrates an incident, the telling of it is funny from beginning to end.
"My Discovery of England" by Stephen Leacock
He was a perfect mimic of Sir Harry Lauder at his broadest.
"Kindred of the Dust" by Peter B. Kyne
Of course I had to praise the Harry Lauder selections that Ranger Fisk toted in.
"I Married a Ranger" by Dama Margaret Smith
Harry Lauder, an extremely popular Scotch singer and entertainer, gave his services to help cheer the soldiers on the western front.
"Winning a Cause" by John Gilbert Thompson and Inez Bigwood
Harry Lauder can sing anything anyhow, and he's alright.
"Nights in London" by Thomas Burke
Meantime Dr. Blair and Harry Lauder had launched a canoe that was on board and were paddling round the wharf to investigate.
"The End of the Rainbow" by Marian Keith
I can understand a Scottish exile in America going a hundred miles to hear Harry Lauder.
"Years of Plenty" by Ivor Brown
Is there a lawyers' dinner without its imitation of Harry Lauder?
"Hints to Pilgrims" by Charles Stephen Brooks
Of course I should like to see Harry Lauder.
"Leaves in the Wind" by A. G. Gardiner
A gramophone producing any rapid indecent song would please the French more than a hundred Harry Lauders.
"A Wanderer in Paris" by E. V. Lucas