Glad Rag Doll

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This article is about the song. For the Diana Krall album, see Glad Rag Doll (album).

"Glad Rag Doll" is a 1928 song composed by Milton Ager with lyrics by Jack Yellen and Dan Dougherty. It was Ager and Yellen's first movie theme song, written for the motion picture of the same name (released in 1929) starring Dolores Costello.[1]

Early important recordings of the song include those by:

Additional later recordings include those by:

Pianist Dagmar Nordstrom created an early piano roll of the song for Steinway in the 1920s.


  1. ^ Alexander, Shana (1995). Happy Days: My Mother, My Father, My Sister & Me. New York: Doubleday. p. 109. 
  2. ^ [1] Ted Lewis and His Band,
  3. ^ [2] Arthur Briggs and His Boys,
  4. ^ [3] Earl Hines,
  5. ^ [4] Johnnie Ray, Allmusic.
  6. ^ [5] Kay Starr, Allmusic.
  7. ^ [6] Barbara Cook, Allmusic.
  8. ^ [7] Joyce Moody, Sixpence, Inc.
  9. ^ [8] Diana Krall, Allmusic.