George M. Cohan was decribed by critic A.L. Erlanger as the most powerful individual in the American theater. George M. Cohan was the songwriter and producer who wrote the classsic Yankee Doodle Dandy. During his early years Cohan sold songs to publishers at prices ranging from $10 to $25. The man who wrote Give my Regards to Broadway would also become one of the wealthiest entertainers on Broadway. This George M. Cohan autograph reproduction would look great in a home or office display.