Terry Sullivan (d. 1950)

Terry Sullivan wrote Wilkie Bard’s She Sells Seashells (with Harry Gifford, 1908); and Marie Lloyd’s great hit, It’s A Bit Of A Ruin That Cromwell Knocked About A Bit (with Harry Bedford, 1912).

Sullivan and Fred Godfrey teamed up to write I Want To Be Introduced, If It’s A Girl (1909); I’m Coming Your Way Home (1909); Call Again, Mr. Opportunity (1910); Oh, Girls! Nobody Loves You Like A Nice Policeman (with Harry Carlton, 1910); Leading The Simple Life (Arcady) (1911); Where Did You Get The Name Of Hennessy? (1915?); and Angeline Put On Your Crinoline (with Harry Carlton, date unknown).