T. E. Dunville (1867-1924)
Last updated: 26.04.24
According to the Internet source given below, E. Dunville [Thomas Edward Wallen 2] was an English music hall comedian born in Coventry. His stage name was taken from the whisky firm Dunville & Co.
After establishing himself in the northern music halls, he performed the first time in London at Middlesex Music Hall, Drury Lane billed as an "eccentric comedian and contortionist".
His first wife, Fanny Warriss, sang on the music hall stage under the name of Millie Lindon.
He gave his last performance at the Grand Theatre on 20 March 1924 having had a career of more than thirty years.
He died by suicide the following day.
Websites:
url15.gif T. E. Dunville Biography by wikipedia.org.  

T. E. Dunville (1867-1924) has at least 2 item(s) at the Amazons which you can order on-line by clicking the item's order icon.
Postponed
Words and Music by: T.W. Connor.
Performed by: T. E. Dunville
Publisher: Francis, Day & Hunter
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Printed: 1898. Sheet Music.
Whoa! Back-Pedal!
Music by: Henry E. Pether.
Words by: Worton David
Performed by: T. E. Dunville
Publisher: Francis, Day & Hunter
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Printed: 1900. Sheet Music.
     Title Author Supplier
       
Books:
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This list is derived from information provided by Monologues.co.uk which went down sometime in 2023.
The loss of this valuable resource is very sad and a mystery.
     Title Attribution Remarks
       
  All One Price E.W. Rogers (words & music)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
  And the Verdict Was - Charles Osborne (music)
Henry E Pether (words)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
  Con-Stan-Ti-No-P-L-E Charles Osborne (words & music)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
  Conundrums Charles Osborne (words & music)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
  Couldn't Help It, Had To T.W. Connor (words & music)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
  Fire Was Burning Hot, The T.W. Connor (words & music)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
  Getting to the Bottom of It Charles Osborne (words & music)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
  He Felt a Draught Charles Osborne (words & music)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
  He's Much Better Off Where He Is Charles Osborne (words & music)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
  How's That For a Snap-Shot? Charles Osborne (words & music)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
  Hypochondriac, The Charles Osborne (words & music)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
   Man of the Wide, Wide World Unknown (words & music)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
  Mixtures or 'that Finishes That Verse' Unknown (words & music)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
  Mother's Advice Charles Osborne (words & music)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
  Naval Scare-Crow, The Charles Osborne (words & music)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
  Scientific Man, The Charles Osborne (words & music)
T. E. Dunville (perf.)
 
The peformer is featured on 54 sheet music/recording covers. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: (w&m)
     Title Composer Attribution Items
         
perf15.jpg Angels Have Called Him Home! (1892), The Norton Atkins(w&m)
perf15.jpg It Hurts (1895) Norton Atkins(w&m)
perf15.jpg That'll Doodle Doodle Doodle Doodle Do (1896) Harry Castling Harry Wincott (words)
perf15.jpg Knocked Him- in Once (1895) T.W. Connor(w&m)
perf15.jpg Couldn't Help It, Had To (1897) T.W. Connor(w&m)
perf15.jpg Postponed (1898) T.W. Connor(w&m)
perf15.jpg Fire Was Burning Hot (?), The T.W. Connor(w&m)
perf15.jpg Ingenious Man (1901), The Alf Ellerton (The Elder)(w&m)
perf15.jpg Lighthouse Keeper (1902), The Alf Ellerton (The Elder)(w&m)
perf15.jpg Sherlock Holmes (1902) Alf Ellerton (The Elder)(w&m)
perf15.jpg  Signs (1902) Alf Ellerton (The Elder)(w&m)
perf15.jpg Enquire Within (1903) Alf Ellerton (The Elder)(w&m)
perf15.jpg Nine Gallant Highlanders (1903) Alf Ellerton (The Elder)(w&m)
perf15.jpg Twas a Dark and Stormy Night! (1904) Alf Ellerton (The Elder)(w&m)
perf15.jpg Kick Off! (1907) Alf Ellerton (The Elder)(w&m)
perf15.jpg How's That? (1906) Shirley Ilton Worton David (words)
perf15.jpg They Were Very, Very Good to Me (1899) Walter P. Keen Fred W. Leigh (words)
perf15.jpg Well Caught! (1901) Fred W. Leigh(w&m)
perf15.jpg Accidents (1892) Charles Osborne Henry E. Pether (words)
perf15.jpg And the Verdict Was - (1893) Charles Osborne Henry E Pether (words)
perf15.jpg Con-Stan-Ti-No-P-L-E (1894) Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg  He's Much Better Off Where He Is (1894) Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg Hypochondriac (1894), The Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg Naval Scare-Crow (1894), The Charles Osborne Henry E. Pether (words)
perf15.jpg Phonetic Family (1894), The Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg Conundrums (1895) Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg He Felt a Draught (1895) Charles Osborne Henry E. Pether (words)
perf15.jpg Mixtures (1895) Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg Mother's Advice (1895) Charles Osborne Henry E. Pether (words)
perf15.jpg Scientific Man (1895), The Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg There Yet (1895) Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg One Thing Brought Up Another (1896) Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg  Special Scotch - Man (1896), The Charles Osborne Henry E. Pether (words)
perf15.jpg Washerwoman (1896), The Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg Getting to the Bottom of It (1897) Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg Punctured (1897) Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg What Price That For a Quick Change? (1897) Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg How's That For a Snap-Shot? (1898) Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg Man of the ''Wide, Wide World'' (1898), The Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg Stormy Winds Did Blow (1898), The Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg Umpi-Doodle-Um (1898) Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg What Can I Do For You? (1898) Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg That Reminds Me! Ever Heard This? (1900) Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg  War Correspondent (1900), The Charles Osborne
perf15.jpg Adam Had an Adder (1903) Charles Osborne(w&m)
perf15.jpg Night Duty (1899) Albert Perry
perf15.jpg Whoa! Back-Pedal! (1900) Henry E. Pether Worton David (words)
perf15.jpg All One Price (1899) E.W. Rogers T. E. Dunville (words)
perf15.jpg Mixtures or 'that Finishes That Verse' (1895) Unknown
perf15.jpg Man of the Wide, Wide World (1898) Unknown
perf15.jpg There Must Be Another One Somewhere (1898) Harry Wincott Harry Leighton (words)
perf15.jpg Did He? (1901) Harry Wincott Harry Leighton (words)
perf15.jpg He Stopped (1902) Harry Wincott Harry Wincott (words)
Harry Leighton (words)
perf15.jpg Sentry (1902), The Harry Wincott Harry Leighton (words)