Definition of Flo ziegfeld
1. Noun. United States theatrical producer noted for a series of extravagant revues known as the Ziegfeld Follies (1869-1932).
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Literary usage of Flo ziegfeld
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1. Literature in the Making, by Some of Its Makers by Joyce Kilmer (1917)
""We'd like to hear something about Voltaire and flo ziegfeld. Second thoughts indicate that 'TA Daly' is the pen name of Mr. Charlie Chaplin. Of course! ..."
2. The Leather Pushers by Harry Charles Witwer (1921)
"... in with the information that since he has been holdin' down his present portfolio he has seen more breath-takin' young women than flo ziegfeld ever did, ..."
3. There's No Base Like Home by Harry Charles Witwer (1920)
"Joe, that goes for Mark's & Anthony, Nero, Romeo, Three Weeks, flo ziegfeld and etc. If they is such a thing as angels, they look like this ..."