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(1930- 1986). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1930). Stage Play: Earl Carroll's Vanities. Musical comedy/revue. Music by Jay Gorney and Harold Arlen. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg and Ted Keohler. Music orchestrated by Domenico Savino. Dialogue (sketches) by Eddie Welch and Eugene Conrad. Musical Direction by Ray Kavanaugh. Choreographed by LeRoy Prinz. Directed by Priestly Morrison and Earl Carroll. New Amsterdam Theatre: 1 Jul 1930- 3 Jan 1931 (215 performances). Cast: Irene Ware [credited as Irene Ahlberg], Myrtle Allen, Helen Arlen, Violet Arnold, Faith Bacon, Betty Bassett, Jack Benny, Murray Bernie, Renee Bonnie, June Brewster, Dorothy Britton, Claiborne Bryson, Marian Carew, Kae Carroll, The Collette Sisters, Frank Condos, Harry Condos, Diane Cullen, Martha Devine, Vivian Fay, Ronald Fielder, Rosa Fronson, Genie Fursa, Harriet Hagman, John Hale, Edward Harrison, Louis Harrison, Angeline Hassel, Renee Havel, Julie Jenner, Frances Joyce, Patsy Kelly, Alice Kerwin, Rita Kerwin, Nelda Kincaid, Dorothy Lamb, Nondas Metcalf, Ida Michaels, Vera Milton, Mabel Nordman, Marion O'Day, Mary Pleasants, Edith Pragan, Geraldine Pratt, Naomi Ray, Blanche Reeves, Billy Rolls, Paula Sands, Jimmy Savo, Rose Shaw, Pearl Shepherd, Harry Stockwell, Elizabeth Sundmark, Constance Trevor, Sunny Trowbridge, Betty Veronica, Beryl Wallace, Eileen Wenzel, Thelma White, Herb Williams. Produced by Earl Carroll. Historical note: Vincente Minnelli first worked on Broadway on this production as a costume designer.

(1931). Stage Play: You Said It. Musical comedy. Music by Harold Arlen. Book by Jack Yellen and Sid Silvers. Lyrics by Jack Yellen. Musical Director: Louis Gress. Music orchestrated by Howard Jackson. Special music effects by Fred Waring. Vocal arrangements by Charles Henderson. Choreographed by Daniel Dare. Directed by John Harwood. Chanin's 46th Street Theatre: 19 Jan 1931- 4 Jul 1931 (192 performances). Cast: Benny Baker 9as "Fuzzy Shawowsky") [Broadway debut], Jack Barnes, Peggy Bernier, Clark Bremmer, William Broder, Kendall Capps, Alyce Chapelle, Patsy Clair, Hughie Clarke, Ray Clarke, Dorcas Cochran (as "Ensemble"), Yorke Coplen, Leslie Cornell, Bryan Davis, Martin Dennis, Allan D'Sylva, John T. Dwyer (as "Nicholas Holloway"), Ed Ellington, John Elliott, Ralph Erwin, Victor Etheridge, Marjorie Fisher, Archie Ford, Oscar Grogan, George Haggerty, Vernon Hammer, Jack Harcourt, Joan Harley, Lou Holtz (as "Pinkie Pincus"), Rita Horgan, Doris Jay, Agatha Johann, Florence Johnson, Mary Lawlor (as "Helen Holloway"), Eileen Leahy, Billie Leonard, Dixie Lester, Gertrude Lindle, Mary Joan Martin, Betty McNulty, Tommy Miller, Harry Moore, Victor Munro, Betty Nylander, Emmett O'Brien, Peggy O'Day, Walter Petrie, Virginia Renaud, Lyda Roberti (as "Fanny"), J. Francis Robertson, Mildred Rye, Paula Sands, Robert Shafer, Jules Shear, Henry Slate, Jack Slate, Syd Slate, Stanley Smith, Kay Smythe, Al Stafford, Steward Steppler, Dorothy Stewart, Betty Sundmark, Helen Travers, Renee Vilon, Jae Voll, John Walsh, Patricia Whitney. Produced by Jack Yellen and Mr. Holtz.

Hooray for What! (1937). Musical comedy. Music by Harold Arlen. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Conceived by E.Y. Harburg. Additional orchestrations by Joseph Glover, Conrad Salinger and Paul Sterrett. Musical Director: Robert Emmett Dolan. Music arranged by Kay Thompson and Hugh Martin. Based on material by Howard Lindsay. Scenic Design by Vincente Minnelli. Dances directed by Robert Alton. Directed and supervised by Vincente Minnelli. Winter Garden Theatre: 1 Dec 1937- 21 May 1938 (200 performances). Cast: Anthony Alert, Joanna Allen, Peggy Badey, Margorie Baglin, Al Baron, Dorothy Bird, Bidda Blakely, Ralph Blane, Ruthanna Boris, The Briants, Florine Callahan, Constance Carr, Leo Chalzel (as "Herr Zingaroff"), William Chandler, Carrol Clarke, June Clyde, Harold Cook, Ford Crane, Maxine Darrell, Louise de Forrest, Helene Ecklund, Will Ferry, The Five Reillys, Franklyn Fox (as "First Tough/Admiral Sir Basil Entwhistle"), Joel Friend, Peggy Gallimore, Phillip Gordon, Al Gordon's Dogs (as "Specialty Act"), Paul Haakon, Helen Hannan, William Hawley, Rita Horgan, Beverly Hosier, Frank Howard, Arthur Kay, Evelyn Laurie, Hugh Martin, Mary Joan Martin, Mary Meyer, Mickey Moore, Evelyn Moser, Meg Mundy, Edward Murray, Dagmar Nilsson, Mary Ann Parker, Wynelle Patterson, Bill Pillick, Leon Polinsky, Don Popikoff, Jo Raskin, Gracie Reilly, Marcel Rousseau, Sid Salzer, Charles Senna, Robert Shafer, Ruth Shaw, John Smedberg, Virginia Smith, Sue Hastings' Marionettes (as "Specialty Act"), Barbara Towne, Vivian Vance (as "Stephanie Stephanovich"), Marie Vanneman, Virginia Vonne, Carol Louise Wanderman, Jack Whiting, Armonce Wilkins, Castle Williams, Ed Wynn. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

St. Louis Woman (1946). Musical. Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Book by Arna Bontemps and Countee Cullen. Based on the novel "God Sends Sunday" by Arna Bontemps. Musical Director: Leon Leonardi. Choreographed by Charles Walters. Scenic Design by Lemuel Ayers. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. Martin Beck Theatre: 30 Mar 1946- 6 Jul 1946 (113 performances). Cast: Pearl Bailey (as "Butterfly"), J. Mardo Brown (as "Drum Major"), Herbert Coleman (as "Piggie"), Yvonne Coleman, Joseph Eady, Lorenzo Fuller (as "Joshua"), Frank Green, Juanita Hall (as "Leah"), June Hawkins, Ruby Hill, Rex Ingram (as "Biglow Brown"), Carrington Lewis (as "Waiter"), Fayard Nicholas (as "Barney"), Harold Nicholas (as "Li'l Augie"), Richard Pope, Maude Russell (as "The Hostess"), Louis Sharp (as "Slim"), Elwood Smith (as "Ragsdale"), Merritt Smith (as "Pembroke"), Creighton Thompson, Charles Welch, Milton J. Williams, Milton Wood. Produced by Edward Gross.

Jamaica (1957). Musical. Book by E.Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy. Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Musical Direction, Continuity and Vocals by Lehman Engel. Dance Music and Additional Vocals by Peter Matz. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Choreographed by Jack Cole. Production Stage Manager: Neil Hartley. Stage Manager: Charles Blackwell. Directed by Robert Lewis. Imperial Theatre: 31 Oct 1957- 11 Apr 1959 (555 performances). Cast: Lena Horne (as "Savannah"), Ricardo Montalban (as "Koli"), Adelaide Hall, Josephine Premice, Joe Adams, Alvin Ailey, Ethel Ayler, Adelaide Boatner, George Boreland, Hugh Bryant, Herb Coleman, Jayne Craddock, Ossie Davis (as "Cicero"), Hugh Dilworth, Norma Donaldson, Patricia Dunn, Doris Galiber, Frank Glass, Harold Gordon, Lavinia Hamilton, Sandra Hinton, Nat Horne, Albert Johnson, Chailendra Jones, Cristyne Lawson, Tony Martinez, Audrey Mason, Jim McMillan, Charles Moore, Sally Neal, Pearl Reynolds, Erik Rhodes (as "The Governor"), Allen Richards, Augustine Rios, Alan Shayne, Christine Spencer, Carolyn Stanford, Claude Thompson, Roy Thompson, Ben Vargas, Jacqueline Walcott, James E. Wall, Billy Wilson, Barbara Wright, Michael Wright. Understudies: Ethel Ayler (as "Savannah"), Charles Blackwell (as "Joe Nashua"), Adelaide Boatner (as "Grandma Obeah"), Hugh Bryant (as "Koli, Radio Announcer"), Virginia Capers (as "Grandma Obeah"), Herb Coleman (as "Quico"), Alan Shayne (as "Koli, The Governor"), Roy Thompson (as "Joe Nashua"), Jacqueline Walcott (as "Ginger"), James E. Wall (as "Cicero"). Produced by David Merrick.

(2010-2011) His musical, "Sweet and Hot: The Songs of Harold Arlen," was performed at the Non-Equity Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre in Association with Michael James in Chicago, Illinois with Bethany Thomas in the cast. Steve Carson was music director.

(1933). Stage Play: George White's Music Hall Varieties [Second Edition] . Musical revue [Return engagement]. Music by Irving Caesar and Harold Arlen. Book by George White and William K. Wells. Lyrics by 'Irving Caesar' (qv. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh. Additional music by Sam H. Stept, Herb Magidson, Herman Hupfeld and Carmen Lombardo. Additional lyrics by Harold Arlen, Sam H. Stept, Herb Magidson, Herman Hupfeld, Carmen Lombardo and 'Ted Koehler' (qv. Featuring songs by Max Rich, Frank Littau and Jack Scholl. Dances staged by Russell Markert. Directed by George White. Casino Theatre: 2 Jan 1933- 21 Jan 1933 (24 performances). Produced by George White.

(1934). Stage Play: Life Begins at 8:40. Musical revue. Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin and E.Y. Harburg. Additional orchestrations by Russell Bennett and Don Walker. Comedy scenes directed by Philip Loeb. Principal director: John Murray Anderson. Winter Garden Theatre: 27 Aug 1934- 16 Mar 1935 (237 performances). Cast: Ray Bolger, Luella Gear (as "The Bride/The Rose/The Window Dresser's Wife/Agatha/Frou-Frou/Winnie Whittlebone/"I Couldn't Hold My Man" Singer/The First Lady Life Begins at City Hall"), Bert Lahr, Frances Williams, Eugene Ashley, Jack Barrett, Mary Bay, Regina Beck, Vicki Belling, Helen Bennett, George Bockman, Hazel Boffinger, Edward Browne, Sally Bynum, Mary Ann Carr, Noreen Carr, Jean Carson, Geri Chopin, Frances Comstock, Aida Conkey, Hope Dare, Maxine Darrell, Aline Davis, Brian Donlevy, Tom Draper, Dixie Dunbar, Helene Ecklund, William Ehlers, Marjorie Ezequelle, Charles Fowler, Darley Fuller, Peggy Gallimore, Williem Gerard, Sally Gibbs, Ilse Gronau, Kai Hansen, Pearl Harris, Winifred Harris (as "The Mother/Chin Up/Lydia Gooseberry/New Deal Ladies' Circle"), Josephine Houston, Mary Howard, Julie Jenner, Esther Junger, Jane Lane, Michael Logan, Arthur Manning, Adrienne Matzenauer, James McColl, Ethel Medsker, Jane Moxon, Ofelia & Pimento, Emmett Oldfield, Earl Oxford, Jessica Pepper, Gloria Pierre, Sid Salzer, Betty Schlaffer, Josephine Schwarz, Bartlett Simmons, Grena Sloan, Jack Starr, Donald Stewart, Sherry Stuart, Anya Taranda, Peggy Thomas, Ethel Thorsen, Walter Wahl, Mildred Webb, The Charles Weidman Dancers, Grover Whalen, Robert Wildhack. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1956). Stage Play: Mr. Wonderful. Musical comedy. Book by Joseph Stein and Will Glickman. Music by Larry Holofcener, Jerry Bock [earliest Broadway credit] and George David Weiss [credited as George Weiss] (earliest Broadway credit). Lyrics by Jerry Bock, Lawrence Holofcener [credited as Larry Holofcener] and George David Weiss. Musical Director: Morton L. Stevens. Music orchestrated by Ted Royal and Morton Stevens [credited as Morton L. Stevens] (final Broadway credit). Production Conceived by Jule Styne. Featuring songs by Sam Coslow ("Sing, You Sinners"), W. Franke Harling ("Sing, You Sinners"), Sid Kuller ("Daddy, Uncle and Me"), Arthur Hammerstein ("Because of You"), Dudley Wilkinson ("Because of You"), Harold Arlen ("That Old Black Magic"), Johnny Mercer ("That Old Black Magic"), Buddy G. DeSylva ("Birth of the Blues"), Lew Brown ("Birth of the Blues"), Ray Henderson ("Birth of the Blues"), Cole Porter ("It's All Right With Me"), Benny Davis ("Dearest"), Harry Akst ("Dearest"), George Gershwin ("Liza"), Ira Gershwin ("Liza") and Gus Kahn ("Liza"). Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by Robert Mackintosh. Lighting Design by Peggy Clark. Directed by Jack Donohue. Broadway Theatre: 22 Mar 1956- 23 Feb 1957 (383 performances). Cast: Jack Carter (as "Fred Campbell") [only Broadway role], Sammy Davis Jr. (as "Charlie Welch") [Broadway debut], Olga James (as "Ethel Pearson"), The Will Mastin Trio, Chita Rivera (as "Rita Romano"), Marvin Arnold (as "Hoofer"), Malcolm Lee Beggs (as "Mr. Foster") [final Broadway role], Ann Buckles (as "Unemployed Actress"), Marilyn Cooper (as "Little Girl"), Richard Curry (as "Song Plugger"), Sammy Davis, Sr. (as "Dad"), Dorothy D'Honau (as "Acrobat"), Rina Falcone (as "Soprano"), Herb Fields (as "Counterman"), Tempy Fletcher (as "Dancer"), Charlotte Foley (as "Annie's Friend"), Harold Gordon (as "Bop Musician"), Shirley Graser (as "Dancer"), Jerri Gray (as "Cigarette Girl"), T.J. Halligan (as "Talent Scout"), Suan Hartman (as "Dancer"), Bob Kole (as "Stage Manager"), Gail Kuhr (as "Sister"), Ronnie Lee (as "Sophie's Boy"), Barbara Leigh (as "Sister"), Bob Leslie (as "A Comic"), Larry B. Leslie (as "A Comic"), Hal Loman (as "Hal"), Pat Marshall (as "Lil Campbell"), Frank Marti (as "Stagehand"), Will Mastin (as "Uncle"), Sherry McCutcheon (as "Sister"), Sally Neal (as "Dancer"), John Pelletti (as "Johnnie"), Ginny Perlowin (as "Script Girl"), Albert Popwell (as "Bop Musician"), Bill Reilly (as "Hoofer"), Patti Ann Rita (as "Dancer"), Tony Rossi (as "Stagehand"), Sylvia Shay (as "Dancer"), Karen Shepard (as "A Singer"), Claude Thompson (as "Bop Musician"), Jimmie Thompson (as "Hoofer"), Patti Wharton (as "Dancer"), Pat Wilkes (as "Audition Annie"). Understudies: T.J. Halligan (as "Mr. Foster"), Bob Leslie (as "Fred Campbell"), Jimmie Thompson (as "Hal"), George Watts (as "Dad/Uncle"), Patti Wharton (as "Rita Romano"), Pat Wilkes (as "Lil Campbell"), Louise Woods (as "Ethel Pearson"). Replacement actors: Bob Burkhardt (as "Hal/Agent"), Charlotte Foley (as "Audition Annie"), T.J. Halligan (as "Mr. Foster [from 28 May 1956- ?], Larry Kert (as "Stagehand"), Larry B. Leslie (as "Talent Scout"), Jackie McElroy (as "A Singer"), Kay Medford (as "Lil Campbell"), Gary Morton (as "A Comic/Talent Scout"), Robert Neukum (as "Stage Manager"), Lew Parker (as "Fred Campbell"), Elizabeth Taylor (as "Dancer/ Soprano"). Understudies: Ann Buckles (as "Lil Campbell"), Rina Falcone (as "Unemployed Actress"), Bob Leslie (as "Mr. Foster/Bartender"), Joan Morton (as "Rita Romano"). Produced by Jule Styne and George Gilbert. Produced in association with Lester Osterman Jr.

(1959). Stage Play: Saratoga. Musical. Dramatized by Morton DaCosta. Based on "Saratoga Trunk" by Edna Ferber. Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Musical Director: Jerry Arlen. Vocal arrangements by Herbert Greene. Music orchestrated by Philip J. Lang. Dance arrangements by Genevieve Pitot. Scenic Design by Cecil Beaton. Choreographed by Ralph Beaumont. Directed by Morton DaCosta. Winter Garden Theatre: 7 Dec 1959- 13 Feb 1960 (80 performances). Cast: Howard Keel (as "Clint Maroon"), Carol Lawrence (as "Clio Dulaine"), Odette Myrtil (as "Belle Piquery"), Socrates Birsky (as "Ensemble"), John Blanchard (as "Ensemble"), Carol Brice (as "Kakou"), Betsy Bridge (as "Ensemble"), Beatrice Bushkin (as "Madame Dulaine/Ensemble"), Virginia Capers (as "The Charwoman/Ensemble"), Natalie Core (as "Grandmother Dulaine/Mrs. Porcelain"), Joseph Crawford (as "Ensemble"), Lanier Davis (as "M. LaFosse/Ensemble"), Paul Dixon (as "Ensemble"), Ray Dooley (as "Bart Van Steed"), Vito Durante (as "Ensemble"), José Falcion (as "Ensemble"), Julius Fields (as "Ensemble"), John Ford (as "Ensemble"), Jerry Fries (as "Ensemble"), Truman Gaige (as "Editor/M. Begué/Mr. Gould"), Gene Gavin (as "Ensemble"), Richard Graham (as "M. Augustin Haussey"), Frank Green (as "Haberdashery Clerk/Ensemble"), Isabella Hoopes (as "Clarissa Van Steed"), Nathaniel Horne (as "Ensemble"), Barney Johnston (as "Fabric Salesman/Ensemble"), Edith King (as "Mrs. Sophie Bellop"), Martha King (as "Mrs. LeClerc/Ensemble"), Louis Kosman (as "Ensemble"), Ina Kurland (as "Ensemble"), Brenda Long (as "Maudey/Child"), Jeannine Masterson (as "Ensemble/Charlotte Thérèse"), Jack Matthew (as "Ensemble"), James Millhollin (as "Mr. Bean") [final Broadway role], Oran Osburn (as "Ensemble"), John Pero (as "Ensemble"), Harold Pierson (as "Ensemble'), Albert Popwell (as "The Carpenter/Ensemble"), Charles Queenan (as "Ensemble"), Gerrianne Raphael (as "Daisy Porcelain/Ensemble"), Augie Rios (as "Shorty/Child"), Wayne Robertson (as "Child"), Carol Taylor (as "Ensemble"), Merritt Thompson (as "Ensemble"), Tun Tun (as "Cupide"), Lois Van Pelt (as "Ensemble"), Janyce Wagner (as "Miss Diggs/Ensemble"), Beverly Jane Welch (as "Ensemble"), Linda Wright (as "Child"), Mark Zeller (as "Léon, a waiter/The Drapery Man/Ensemble"). Understudies: Louise Buckley (as "Clarissa Van Steed"), Beatrice Bushkin (as "Mrs. Porcelain"), Virginia Capers (as "Kakou"), Natalie Core (as "Belle Piquery/Mrs. Sophie Bellop"), Lanier Davis (as "Bart Van Steed"), Ray Dooley (as "Clint Maroon"), Truman Gaige (as "M. Augustin Haussey/Mr. Bean"), Gerrianne Raphael (as "Clio Dulaine"), Sammy Ross (as "Cupide") and Carol Taylor (as "Daisy Porcelain"). Produced by Robert Fryer.

(1944). Stage Play: Bloomer Girl [A Modern Musical Comedy With Old Fashioned Charm]. Musical comedy. Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. Book by Sig Herzig and Fred Saidy [earliest Broadway credit]. Based on the play by Dan James and Lilith James. Musical Director: Leon Leonardi. Music orchestrated by Russell Bennett. Book Directed by William Schorr. Choreographed by Agnes de Mille. Staged by E.Y. Harburg. Shubert Theatre: 4 Oct 1944- 27 Apr 1946 (654 performances). Cast: Celeste Holm (as "Evalina"), Arlene Anderson (as "Hetty"), Lee Barrie (as "Paula"), Dorothy Baxter (as "Vocal Ensemble"), William Bender (as "Herman Brasher"), Cecile Bergman (as "Dancer"), Florence Berline (as "Vocal Ensemble"), Matt Briggs (as "Horatio"), David Brooks (as "Jeff Calhoun"), John Byrd (as "1st Deputy/State Official"), John Call (as "Gus"), Blaine Cordner (as "Hamilton Calhoun"), Hubert Dilworth (as "Augustus"), Margaret Douglass (as "Dolly"), Nancy Douglass (as "Delia"), John Duane (as "Dancer"), Jean Faust (as "Dancer"), Joseph Florestano (as "2nd Deputy/Vocal Ensemble"), Lidija Franklin (as "Dancer"), Dan Gallagher (as "Hiram Crump"), Phyllis Gehrig (as "Dancer"), Arthur Grahl (as "Dancer"), Harriet Hall (as "Vocal Ensemble"), Toni Hart (as "Julia"), Dorothy Hill (as "Dancer"), Butler Hixon (as "Governor Newton"), Jean Houloose (as "Dancer"), Lucas Hoving (as "Dancer") [Broadway debut], Charles Howard (as "Sheriff Quimby"), Richard Huey (as "Alexander"), Eleanor Jones (as "Prudence"), Claudia Jordan (as "Lydia"), Elena Karina (as "Dancer"), Carmelita Lanza (as "Dancer"), Betty Low (as "Dancer"), Adele Lulince (as "Vocal Ensemble"), Robert Lyon (as "Joshua Dingle"), Carol MacFarlane (as "Phoebe"), Joe E. Marks (as "Ebenezer Mimms"), Joan McCracken (as "Daisy"), Byron Milligan (as "Vocal Ensemble"), James Mitchell (as "Dancer"), Kathleen O'Brien (as "Dancer"), Paul Olsen (as "Dancer"), Brian Otis (as "Vocal Ensemble"), Pamela Randell (as "Octavia"), David Reher (as "Dancer"), Henry Roberts (as "Vocal Ensemble"), Jimmy Russell (as "Dancer"), Ralph Sassano (as "3rd Deputy/Vocal Ensemble"), Carlos Sherman (as "Vocal Ensemble"), Emy St. Just (as "Dancer"), Claire Stevens (as "Vocal Ensemble"), Mabel Taliaferro (as "Serena"), Vaughn Trinnier (as "Wilfred Thrush"), Gloria Tromara (as "Vocal Ensemble"), John Ward (as "Dancer"), Dooley Wilson (as "Pompey"), Eleanor Winter (as "Betty"). Replacement actors: Arlene Anderson (as "Phoebe"), Nanette Fabray (as "Evalina"), Frances Gayer (as "Vocal Ensemble"), Alan Gilbert (as "Vocal Ensemble"), Harriet Hall (as "Paula"), Holly Harris (as "Octavia"), Marcella Howard (as "Octavia"), Janie Janvier (as "Julia"), Dorothy Jarnac (as "Daisy"), Eleanor Jones (as "Octavia"), Evelyn Keller (as "Vocal Ensemble"), David Lober (as "Dancer") [Broadway debut], Ben Murphy (as "Joshua Dingle"), Olive Reeves-Smith (as "Dolly"), Terry Saunders (as "Delia"), Dick Smart (as "Jeff Calhoun"), Claire Stevens (as "Prudence/Hetty"), Matilda Strazza (as "Paula/Vocal Ensemble"), Feodore Tedick (as "Herman Brasher"), Gloria Tromara (as "Hetty"). Produced by John C. Wilson. Produced in association with Nat Goldstone. Note: Adapted for TV on Producers' Showcase [Season 2, Episode 10], telecast 28 Feb 1956, starring Keith Andes as "Jefferson Calhoun."

(1929- ?). Composed music to songs such as "Lydia, The Tattooed Lady" , "Over The Rainbow", "Down With Love", "I've Got The World On A String", "The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz", "Follow The Yellow Brick Road", "If I Only Had A Brain", "If I Only Had A Heart", "If I Only Had The Nerve", "King Of The Forest", "Optimistic Voices", "Ding! Dong! The Witch Is Dead", "Blues In The Night", "That Old Black Magic" Come Rain Or Come Shine, AC-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Postive", "It's Only A Paper Moon", "(That Old) Black Magic", "Stormy Weather", "One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)" , "Get Happy", "Blues In The Night", "Happiness Is Just A Thing Called Joe" and "The Man That Got Away".

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