Sunday’s Obituary: Max Broida, AKA Buster Brodie

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Max Broida, AKA Buster Brodie, Obituary from the American Jewish Putlook, vol. 27, no. 21, page 26, columns 1-2, via Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project, Carnegie-Mellon University, with kind permission for non-profit use only.
Max Broida, AKA Buster Brodie, Obituary from the American Jewish Putlook, vol. 27, no. 21, page 26, columns 1-2, via Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project, Carnegie-Mellon University, with kind permission for non-profit use only.

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One more obituary for Max Broida, published in his hometown religious newspaper. Note that he was listed as Max (Buster) Brodie, not Broida. His death certificate notes his name as Buster Brodie.

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Notes, Sources, and References: 

  1. See image caption.
  2. Buster would have laughed his infectious laugh to see this website about his net worth- http://richestcelebrities.org/richest-actors/buster-brodie-net-worth-2/
  3. “A Doctor’s Diary” from 1937- original Buster post updated with the clip available at  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvLWOxyiah0.

 

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