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(1918- 1942). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1918). Stage Play: Sinbad. Musical. Book by Harold Atteridge. Music by Sigmund Romberg. Lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Musical Numbers Arranged by: Jack Mason. Additional music by Al Jolson, Jean Schwartz, Harry Tierney, J. Turner Layton and Albert Gumble. Additional lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva, Gus Kahn, Al Bryan, Jack Yellen, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young, Henry Creamer and Irving Caesar. Orchestra under the direction of Oscar Radin. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt, P. Dodd Ackerman, John H. Young and Ernest Gros. Costume Design by Cora MacGeachy, Homer Conant and Samuel Zalud. Ballets Arranged by Alexis Kosloff. Directed by James C. Huffman and Jacob J. Shubert. Winter Garden Theatre (moved to The Century Theatre (2 Sep 1918- Oct 1918, then moved to The Casino Theatre from 14 Oct 1918- Nov 1918, then moved to The Winter Garden Theatre from 11 Nov 1918 to Feb 1919, then moved to The 44th Street Theatre from 10 Feb 1919- close): 14 Feb 1918- 29 Mar 1919 (404 performances). Cast: Al Jolson (as "Gus"), Roshanara, Jane Adams, Franklyn Baite, George Baker, May Belle, Doris Benham, John Berkes (as "Tapem/Johnny"), Molly Boulais, Rose Boulais, Virginia Fox Brooks, Dorothy Bruce, Dot Bryant, Milus Carpenter, Viola Clarens, Beatrice Cloak, Mabel Cloud, Hazel Cox, Kitty Doner, Lawrence D'Orsay (as "Stephen Gilwater/The King of Serendib"), Gertrude Doyle, Florence Elmore, Edgar Atchinson, Constance Farber, Irene Farber, Margaret Ferguson, Flo Flandreaux, Ella Foster, Inez Francis, Eleanore Franke, Pearl Germond, Mattie Gormley, Frank Grace, Ona Hamilton, Rae Hartley, Van Buren Hartman, Frank Holmes, Kitty Holton, Forrest Huff, Mildred Kaye, Harry Kearley, John Kearney, Grace Keeshon, Alexis Kosloff (as "Veritas/El Orient"), Mildred La Gue, Elsie LaMont, Grace Langdon, Jack Laughlin, Eleanor Leigh, Lois Leigh, Henry LeVoy, Marie Lorillard, Charlotte Marmont, Billy Marr, Bob McClellan, Barbara McCree, Vera Mercer, Irene Mitchell, Marion Mooney, Jean Morgan, Evangeline Murray, Edith Pierce, Lorrelda Poppanny, Peggy Purtell, Trixie Raymond, Yvette Reals, Jessie Reed, Gertrude Reynolds, Wade Riesemy, Beatrice Seymour, Billie Sheridan, Rheba Stewart, Marian Stokes, Mae Terresfield, Jean Thomas, George Thornton, Betty Touraine, Jean Troupman, Jean Troutman, Fay Tunis, Thelma Turnball, Alice Van Ryker, Fritzi Von Busing, Chandler Waldo, Richard Warner, Grace Washburn. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1918). Stage Play: Follow the Girl. Musical comedy. Based on material and lyrics by Henry Martyn Blossom. Music by Zoel Parenteau. Musical Direction by Frank Tours. Featuring songs by Sigmund Romberg and Buddy G. DeSylva. Additional lyrics by Harold Atteridge. Choreography by Walter Brooks. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Lew Fields' 44th Street Roof Garden (moved to The Broadhurst Theatre from 18 Mar 1918 to close): 2 Mar 1918- 23 Mar 1918 (25 performances). Cast: Roy Adams, Claude E. Archer, Anna Berg, Jane Berlyn, George L. Bickel, Walter Catlett (as "Buck Sweeney"), Charles Clear, William Danforth, Peggy Dempsey, Tom Doolan, Nancy Everett, William Everett, Rita Faust, Harry Fender, Dorothy Godfrey, Byrd Goolsby, Bessie Gross, Jobyna Howland, Mae Jennings, Mercedes Lorenze, Maurie Madison, Ernestine Myers, Ralph Nairn, Nita Naldi, Robert Emmett O'Connor, Helen O'Day, Courtney Palmer, Frank Peters, Phyllis Prince, Jean Rebara, Ethel Rinehart, Aileen Rooney, Frances Ross, Alice Ryan, Louise Saunders, Ivy Sherer, Albert Shrubb, Marie Stone, Richard Tabor, Eileen Van Biene, Claire Vernon, Ann Warrington, Grace Weeks, Louise White, Arthur Wilson. Produced by Raymond Hitchcock and E. Ray Goetz.

(1918). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1918. Musical revue. Music by Louis A. Hirsch and Dave Stamper. Book by Rennold Wolf and Gene Buck. Lyrics by Rennold Wolf and Gene Buck. Interpolations by Irving Berlin and Viktor Jacobi [credited as Victor Jacobi]. Musical Director: Frank Darling. Featuring songs with lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva, Arthur Jackson, Harry Ruby, Eddie Cantor, Sidney D Mitchell and Edgar Leslie. Featuring songs by Buddy G. DeSylva, Arthur Jackson, Harry Ruby, Eddie Cantor, Archie Gottler and Edgar Leslie. Scenic Design by Joseph Urban. Costume Design by Schneider-Anderson Company. Lighting Design by Ben Beerwald. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre (moved to The Globe Theatre from 7 Oct 1918- close): 18 Jun 1918- unknown (note: although exact closing date is unknown it is estimated to be on or near 5 Nov 1918/151 performances). Cast: Marie Ahearn, Miss Allo, Florence Atkinson, Miss Baker, Helen Barnes, Miss Baron, Miss Barrett, Leonard Barton, Miss Bell, Dorothy Betts, Miss Blue, John Blue, Katherine Brady, Alma Braham, Jay Brennan, Eddie Cantor, Frank Carter, Viola Clarens, Mr. Cody, Florence Cripps, Mr. Davis, Rose Dolores, Doris Eaton, Sylvia Ellias, Carolyn Erwin, Miss Evans, The Fairbanks Twins, Miss Farnworth, Gladys Feldman, W.C. Fields, Miss Fiore, Joe Frisco, Pauline Hall, Minnie Harrison, Edith Hawes, Annette Herbert, Mr. Hicks, Clay Hill, Miss. Jordan, Harry Kelly, Allyn King, Miss LaBarre, Charlotte LaGrande, Nancy Larned, Kay Laurell, Miss Mack, Martha Mansfield, Miss Masso, Miss Mathewes, Lillian McKenzie, Muriel Miles, Miss D. Miller, Marilyn Miller, Gus Minton, Miss Morton, Irene Nilson, Olive Osborne, Peter Ostrander, Bee Palmer, Ann Pennington, Kathryn Perry, Miss Pompan, Miss Poole, Miss Reed, Miss Reynolds, Dorothy Richardson, Mildred Richardson, Billie Ritchie, Miss Robinson, Mr. Rogers, Will Rogers, Julia Ross, Miles Rubins, Theresa Rubins, Miss Savage, Bert Savoy, Mildred Shelly, Heloise Sheppard, Mr. Smith, Miss Swayne, Miss V. Taylor, Ruth Taylor, Miss Thropp, Miss Ullman, Lottie Vernon, Mr. Vickers, Agnes Virginia, Marie Wallace, Miss Walsh, Hazel Washburn, Mary Washburn, Martha Wood, Mr. Young, Addison Young, Carol Young, Virginia Young, Gladys Zielian. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1919). Stage Play: Good Morning, Judge. Musical. Music by Lionel Monckton [final Broadway credit] and Howard Talbot. Book by Fred Thompson. Based on the farce "The Magistrate" by Arthur Wing Pinero. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank. Musical Director: Frank P. Paret. Additional music by Bert Grant, George Gershwin and Louis Silvers. Additional lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva, Irving Caesar, Al Bryan, Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young. Shubert Theatre: 6 Feb 1919- 6 Jun 1919 (140 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander [credited as Katherine Alexander] (as "Rose Ingleby"), Frederick Annerley(as "Inspector Eason"), Georgine Baker (as "Margaret Hayes"), Claire Benedict (as "Chorus"), May Borden (as "Chorus"), Mary Brittain (as "Chorus"), Shep Camp (as "Mr. Burridge"), Cecil Clovelly (as "Cuthbert Sutten"), Yvonne Clovelly, Eileen Cotty (as "Turner"), Harold Crane (as "Albany Pope"), Cunningham and Clements (as "Artists"), Margaret Dale (as "Millicent Meebles"), Norma Dale (as "Chorus"), Grace Daniels (as "Diana Fairlie"), Gladys Davis (as "Chorus"), Jean De La Valle (as "Juniori Fratti"), Peggy Dempsey (as "Chorus"), Aleta Dore (as "Dance Specialty"), Sadye Everett (as "Chorus"), Dorothy Flamm (as "Chorus"), Gene Fleming (as "Chorus"), Nellie Graham-Dent (as "An Elderly Lady"), Harriet Gustin (as "Chorus"), Harriete Gustine (as "Chorus"), Elma Gylden (as "Chorus"), Peggy Hansel (as "Chorus"), Ellyn Harcourt (as "Attendant"), S. Harvey (as "Chorus"), George Hassell (as "Horatio Meebles"), Alfred Hesse (as "Napoleon"), Charles M. Hinton (as "Sergeant Dix"), Constance Huntington (as "Chorus"), Robert Hurst (as "Chorus"), Lola Joyce (as "Chorus"), Charles King (as "Hughie Cavanaugh"), Mollie King (as "Joy Chatterton"), Nellie King (as "Winnie Sweet"), Emilie Lea (as "Jene"), Betty Marshall (as "Chorus"), Edward Martindel (as "Colonel Bagot"), Robert McClellan (as "Constable Styles"), L.R. Nelson (as "Chorus"), Raymond Oakes (as "Lyall Heeson-Gallway"), Hal Peel (as "Chorus"), Jesse Phillip (as "Chorus"), Betty Pierce (as "Katie Muirhead"), Edith Pollack (as "Chorus"), Peggy Radford (as "Chorus"), Josephine Ray (as "Chorus"), William Raymond (as "Chorus"), Eva Rutherford (as "Chorus"), Helene Shaw (as "Elsie Erskine"), Laila Stanley (as "Chorus"), H. Ashton Tonge [credited as Ashton Tonge] (as "Mr. Honeyball"), Helen Trainer (as "Chorus"), Helen Trainor (as "Chorus"), Robert Vivian (as "Cash"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1919). Stage Play: La, La, Lucille. Musical/farce.

(1919). Stage Play: Morris Gest's "Midnight Whirl." Musical revue.

(1920). Stage Play: The Greenwich Village Follies of 1920. Musical revue. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Book by Thomas J. Gray. Lyrics by John Murray Anderson and Arthur Swanstrom. Musical Director: Charles Previn. Music orchestrated by A.C. Columbo and Mornay D. Helm. Featuring songs by Louis Silvers, James F. Hanley, 'Albert Von Tilzer' and Johnny Black. Featuring songs with lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva, Joe Goodwin, Lew Brown, Murray Roth, Howard Johnson and Cliff Hess. Scenic Design by Robert Locher and James Reynolds. Choreographed by Jack Manning. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Greenwich Village Theatre (moved to The Shubert Theatre from 20 Sep 1920- close): 30 Aug 1920- 5 Mar 1921 (217 performances). Cast: Dorothy Arnold, Ivan Bankoff, Mary Bay, Agnes Brady, Jay Brennan, Olive Brower, Florence Browne, Mona Celeste, James Clemons, Anna Mae Clift, Collins & Hart, Frank Crumit, Cyrena Dahl, Margaret Davies, Florence Elmore, Constance Farber, Irene Farber, Eugene Fosdick, Alden Gay, Harriet Gimbel, Lou Gorey, Edward Graham, Doris Green, Hap Hadley, Ford Hanford, Helen Jesmer, Allyn Joslyn, Mary Lewis, Betty Linn, Frances Mann, Mildred Mann, Howard Marsh, Peggy Matthews, Pee Wee Meyers, Florence Normand, Elizabeth North, Mlle. Phebe, Maurice Quinlivan, Bert Savoy, Margaret Severn, Sybil Stokes, Janet Stone, Martha Throop, Marie Tudar, Marie Voorhees, Helen Lee Worthing, Olga Ziceva. Produced by The Bohemians, Inc. and John Murray Anderson.

(1920). Stage Play: Sally. Musical comedy. Music: Jerome Kern, Victor Herbert. Book by Guy Bolton. Lyrics: Clifford Grey, P.G. Wodehouse. Scenic Design by Joseph Urban. Costume Design by Alice O'Neil. Directed by Edward Royce. New Amsterdam Theatre: 21 Dec 1920- 22 Apr 1922 (561 performances). Cast: Leon Errol (as "Connie/A Waiter at the Alley Inn/ Duke of Czechogovinio"), Marilyn Miller (as "Sally of the Alley/A Foundling/Mme. Nookerova/A Wild Rose/Premiere Star of the Follies"), Baby Dot, Alice Akers, Frank Bages, Jack Barker, Earl Barroy, Minerva Bartz, Wade Boothe, Alma Braham, Walter Catlett (as "Otis Hooper, A Theatrical Agent"), Agatha DeBussy, Barbara Dean, Dolores, Emily Drange, Dorothy Fenron, Irving Fisher, Miss Freeland, Mary Hay, Alfred P. James, Alta King, Frank Kingdon (as "Richard Farquar"), Sylvia Kingsley, Miss Maide, Mary McDonald, Gladys Montgomery, Rita Murphy, Henrietta Orville, Virginia Otis, Jacques Rebiroff, Stanley Ridges (as "Jimmie Spelvin"), Phil Ryley, Sonia Shand, Billie Stanfield, Dolly Tigue, Shirley Vernon, Vivian Vernon, Blossom Vreeland, Betty Williams. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.

(1921). Stage Play: The Broadway Whirl. Musical revue. Music by Harry Tierney and George Gershwin. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva, Joseph McCarthy, Richard Carle and John Henry Mears. Sketches by Thomas J. Gray. Musical Director: William Lorraine. Additional music by Henry Burr, Ray Perkins, E.S. Hutchinson, F. Henri and Wyman. Additional lyrics by Jack Frost, J. Hershkowitz. Directed by Bert French. Times Square Theatre (moved to The Selwyn Theatre from 8 Aug 1921- close): 8 Jun 1921- 20 Aug 1921 (85 performances). Cast: Abbott Adams, Dorothy Addison, Thelma Addison, Lucille Ballentine, Jean Barrett, Jean Benton, Virginia Birmingham, Joan Broadhurst, Mildred Brown, Leslie Burnett, Edith May Capes, Richard Carle, Dolly Casner, Grace Cronin, Norma Dale, Marjorie Finley, Warner Gault, Jay Gould, Sylvia Highton, Janet Sisters, Florence Kraemer, Hallie Manning, Maxon & Brown, Eppa Mona, Agnes Morrisey, Eleanor Reedy, Blanche Ring, Marguerite Ross, Carol Seidler, Mabel Stanford, Charles Winninger, Winona Winter. Produced by Artists' Producers Corporation.

(1921). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1921. Musical revue. Dialogue by Channing Pollock, Willard Mack and Ralph Spence. Lyrics by Gene Buck and Buddy G. DeSylva. Music by Victor Herbert, Rudolf Friml and Dave Stamper. Musical Direction by Frank Tours. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh and Stephen Jones. Featuring songs with lyrics by Henry Creamer, Turner Layton [credited as J. Turner Layton], Grant Clarke, James F. Hanley, Channing Pollock, Blanche Merrill, Leo Edwards, Ballard MacDonald, Harry Carroll [final Broadway credit], Albert Willemetz, Jacques Charles, Buddy G. DeSylva, Gus Mueller, Buster Johnson, Andrew Sterling, Harry von Tilzer and Edward P Moran. Featuring songs by Elsie White and Henry Busse. Directed by Edward Royce. Globe Theatre: 21 Jun 1921- 1 Oct 1921 (119 performances). Cast: Marie Astrova, Miss Barnett, Emma Beresbach, Ethel Blaire, Eva Brady, Fanny Brice (as "Principal"), Evelyn Campbell, Betty Carsdale, Margery Chapin, Hazel Chappel, Miss Chase, John Clarke, Darling Twins, Peggy Davis, Ray Dooley, Phil Dwyer, Charles Eaton, Mary Eaton (as "Principal"), Marguerite Falconer, W.C. Fields (as "Principal" and "M. Le Duc de Chateau Briand"), Consuelo Flowerton [Broadway debut], Edna French, Pearl Germonde, Diana Gordon, Raymond Hitchcock, Herbert Hoey, Miss Hughes, Helen Hunt, Albert Innis, Frank Innis, Keene Twins, Miss Leigh, Mary Lewis, Doris Lloyd, Gladys Loftus, Madelyn Lombard, Miss Lomp, Mandal Brothers, Irene Marcellus, Albertine Marlowe, Vera Michelena, Mary Milburn, Beatrice Milner, Geneva Mitchell, Mlle. Mitti, Madilyn Morrissey, Florence O'Denishawn, Charles O'Donnell, Jessie Reed, Anastasia Reilly, Frances Reveaux, Miss Rolph, Gertrude Seldon, Peggy Stohl, Janet Stone, Avonne Taylor, M. Tillio, Van and Schenck, Edna Wheaton, Helen Lee Worthing. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1922). Stage Play: The French Doll. Comedy. Adapted from the French of M. Armont and Mr. Gerbidon. Book adapted by A.E. Thomas. Music by George Gershwin and Gus Edwards. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva and Will D. Cobb. Directed by W.H. Gilmore. Lyceum Theatre: 20 Feb 1920- 3 Jun 1922 (120 performances). Cast: Eugene Borden (as "Rene Mazulier"), 'Irene Bordoni'(as "Georgine Mazulier"), Don Burroughs, Adrienne D'Ambricourt, Will Deming (as "Jackson"), Edouard Durand (as "Baron Mazulier"), Thurston Hall (as "T. Wellington Wick"), Edna Hibbard, James Hunter, Laura Lussier, William Williams. Produced by E. Ray Goetz.

(1922). Stage Play: George White's Scandals. Musical revue. Music by George Gershwin. Book by George White, W.C. Fields and Andy Rice. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva, E. Ray Goetz and 'Arthur Francis (I)'. Musical Director: Max Steiner. Directed by George White. Globe Theatre: 28 Aug 1922- 11 Nov 1922 (89 performances). Cast: Newton Alexander, Lester Allen, Franklyn Ardell, Kathlyn Ardelle, The Agentines, Albert Barber, Richard Bold, Arthur Brooks, Anna Buckley, Alice Burton, Catherine Chapman, Vera Colburn, Dolores Costello, Marion Courtney, Myra Cullen, Dane Daniels, Peggy Dolan, W.C. Fields, Diana Gordon, Peggy Jones, Lily Kimari, Sylvia Kingsley, Helen La Vonne, Thea Lightner, Winnie Lightner, Roger Little, Sally Long, Miss Lunney, Jack McGowan, Helen Miade, Miss Michell, Anna Paulson, Mary Reed, Pearl Regay, Catherine Ringquist, Colletta Ryan, Mildred Shelly, The Temple Quartet, Olive Vaughn, Virginia Webb, George White, Paul Whiteman's Orchestra [Paul Whiteman], Charles Wilkens, Jack Witts. Produced by George White.

(1922). Stage Play: Orange Blossoms. Musical comedy. Music by Victor Herbert. Book by Fred De Gresac. Based on the play "La Passarelle" by Fred De Gresac and Francis de Croisset. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva. Musical Director: Gus Salzer. Scenic Design by Norman Bel Geddes [earliest Broadway credit]. Costume Design by Paul Poiret and Earl Benham. Fulton Theatre: 19 Sep 1922- 9 Dec 1922 (95 performances). Cast: Abner Barnart, Frank Curran, Maurice Darcy, Evelyn Darville, Edith Day, Vera DeWolfe, Emily Drange, Fay Evelyn, Robert Fischer, Thomas Fitzpatrick, Eden Gray, Alta King, Phyllys Le Grand, Mary Lucas, Gayle Mays, Clinton Merrill, Robert Michaelis, Denny Murray, Dagmar Oakland, Elva Pomfret, Hal Skelly, Queenie Smith (as "Tillie/Dancer"), Pat Somerset, Diana Stegman, Oliver Stewart, Nancy Welford, Jack Whiting. Produced by Edward Royce.

(1922). Stage Play: The Yankee Princess. Musical comedy. Music by Emmerich Kálmán. Book by William LeBaron. Based on "Die Bajadere" by Julius Brammer and Alfred Gruemwald. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva. Musical Director: William Daly. Directed by Frederick G. Latham and Julian Mitchell. Knickerbocker Theatre: 2 Oct 1922- 9 Dec 1922 (80 performances). Produced by Abraham L. Erlanger.

(1923). Stage Play: George White's Scandals. Musical revue. Book by George White and William K. Wells. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva. Additional lyrics by E. Ray Goetz, Ballard MacDonald and Lew Brown. Music by George Gershwin. Musical Director: Charles Drury. Additional music by Jack Green, Carl Schraubstader, James F. Hanley, Abner Silver, Sidney D Mitchell and Lew Pollack. Art director: Herbert Ward. Scenic Design by H. Robert Law Studios. Costume Design by Cora MacGeachy and Erté. Directed by George White. Globe Theatre (moved to The Fulton Theatre 5 Nov 1923- close): 18 Jun 1923- 10 Nov 1923 (168 performances). Produced by George White.

(1923). Stage Play: Ziegfeld Follies of 1923 [Summer Edition]. Musical revue. Sketches by Ralph Spence and Eddie Cantor. Music by Victor Herbert, Louis A. Hirsch and Dave Stamper. Lyrics by Gene Buck. Musical Direction by Oscar Radin. Additional music by Charles Tobias, Eddie Cantor, Jean Schwartz, Ernest Breuer, Walter Donaldson and Turner Layton [credited as J. Turner Layton]. Additional lyrics by Charles Tobias, Eddie Cantor, Chic Johnson, Ole Olsen, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young, Henry Creamer and Buddy G. DeSylva. Scenes by Joseph Urban. Directed by Ned Wayburn. New Amsterdam Theatre: 25 Jun 1923- 15 Sep 1923 (96 performances). Cast: Babs Aitlen, Leonora Baron, Michael Barroy, Clara Beresbach, Emma Beresbach, Nina Byron [Broadway debut], Erla Calame, Eddie Cantor, Betty Carsdale, Dorothy Clarkson, Thelma Connor, Velma Connor, Dolly Daggars, Ethel Dale, Helena D'Algy, Eleanor Dana, Audrey Darrell, Mae Daw, Alma Drange, Marcelle Earle, Mary Eaton, Pearl Eaton, Dolly Evans, Victoria Gale, Ed Gallagher, Joan Gardner, Alexander Gray, Gilda Gray, Ivy Halstead, Netta Hill, May Howard, Ada Hughes, Sonia Ivanoff, Beatrice Jackson, Hazel Jennings, Brooke Johns, Naomi Johnson, Simeon Karavaeff, Kello Brothers, Lily Kimari, Virginia King, Julia Kingsley, Sylvia Kingsley, Teddy Knox, Frank Lambert, Evelyn Law, Mary Lewis, Kitty Littlefield, Jean Lloyd, Martha Lorber, Pansy Maness, Hallie Manning, Irene Marcellus, Ilsa Marvenga, Pauline Mason, Beulah McFarland, Constance McLaughlin, Janet Megrew, Madge Merritt, Hilda Moreno, Polly Nally, Cora Neary, Jimmy Nervo, Al Ochs, Joe Opp, Olive Osborne, Elaine Palmer, Annie Patron, Ann Pennington, Serge Pernikoff, Elsa Peterson, Pearl Prosser, Jesse Reed, Anastasia Reilly, Frances Reveaux, Marion Rich, Addie Rolfe, Nellie Savage, Jack Scott, Gertrude Selden, J.J. Shannon, Al Shean , Marie Shelton, Grant Simpson, Beatrice Singleton, Nellie Smith, Kathryn Stoneburn, Muriel Stryker, The Follies Four, Tiller Girls, Irene Todd, Andrew Tombes, Brandon Tynan, Ruth Urban, Vangie Valentine, Miriam Vandergriff, Shirley Vernon, Vivian Vernon, Blossom Vreeland, Irene Wales, Marie Wallace, Betty Webb, Hazel Webb, Madlyn Wells, Fay West, West and McGinty, Edna Wheaton, Margie Whittington, Lois Wilde, Betty Williams, Willy, Elsie Woodall. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1923). Stage Play: Little Miss Bluebeard. Musical comedy. Written by Avery Hopwood. Adapated from the play by Gábor Drégely. Featuring songs by E. Ray Goetz, José Padilla, Paul A. Rubens and George Gershwin. Featuring songs with lyrics by E. Ray Goetz, Buddy G. DeSylva, Arthur Francis and Percy Graham Paul. Directed by W.H. Gilmore. Lyceum Theatre: 28 Aug 1923- 26 Jan 1924 (175 performances). Cast: Arthur Barry (as "Sir John Barstow'), Eric Blore (as "The Hon. Bertie Bird") [Broadway debut], 'Irene Bordoni' (as "Colette"), Burton Brown (as "Paul Rondel"), William Evill (as "Smithers"), Eva Leonard Boyne (as "Lulu"), Margaret Linden (as "Eva Winthrop"), Stanley Logan (as "Bob Talmadge") [Broadway debut], Bruce McRae (as "Larry Charters"), Jeannette Sherwin (as "Gloria Talmadge"). Produced by Charles Frohman Inc. Produced in association with E. Ray Goetz.

(1922). Stage Play: Sally. Musical comedy. Music by Jerome Kern and Victor Herbert. Material by Guy Bolton. Lyrics by Clifford Grey. Lyrics for "Look For the Silver Lining" by Buddy G. DeSylva. Directed by Edward Royce. New Amsterdam Theatre: 21 Dec 1920- 22 Apr 1922 (561 performances). Cast: Alice Akers, Frank Bages, Jack Barker, Earl Barroy, Minerva Bartz, Wade Boothe, Alma Braham, Walter Catlett (as "Otis Hooper"), Agatha DeBussy, Barbara Dean, Dolores, Emily Drange, Leon Errol (as "Connie"), Dorothy Fenron, Irving Fisher, Mary Hay, Alfred P. James, Alta King, Frank Kingdon (as "Richard Farquar"), Sylvia Kingsley, Mary McDonald, Marilynn Miller, Gladys Montgomery, Rita Murphy, Henrietta Orville, Virginia Otis, Jacques Rebiroff, Stanley Ridges (as "Jimmie Hooper"), Phil Ryley, Sonia Shand, Billie Stanfield, Dolly Tigue, Shirley Vernon, Vivian Vernon, Blossom Vreeland, Betty Williams. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr..

(1923). Stage Play: Nifties of 1923. Musical revue. Sketches by Sam Bernard and William Collier Sr. Music by Bert Kalmar, Frank Crumit and Raymond Hubbell. Lyrics by Harry Ruby, Frank Crumit, Buddy G. DeSylva [credited as Buddy DeSylva] and Ira Gershwin [credited as Arthur Francis]. Orchestra Conducted by Victor Baravalle. Choreographed by William Holbrook. Directed by R.H. Burnside and William Collier Sr.. Fulton Theatre: 25 Sep 1923- 3 Nov 1923 (47 performances). Cast: Florenz Ames, Lina Basquette, Pearl Bennett, Sam Bernard, James Brady, The Breens, Helen Broderick, James Carty, William Collier, Cortez and Peggy, Frank Crumit, Hazel Dawn, Ray Dooley, Helen Eby-Rock, The Elm City Four (comprising Jim Carty, James Miller, Thomas W. Ross and Harry Morrissey), Jane Green, Fred Greene, Ona Hamilton, William Holbrook, Andre Lapue, Frederick Lyon, Geraldine Markham, Gertrude McDonald, Helen McDonald, Harry Morrissey, Emil Nelson, Jack Scannell, Joe Schenck, Twelve Tiller Girls, Gus Van, Sidney Williams. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

(1924). Stage Play: Sweet Little Devil. Musical comedy.

(1924). Stage Play: George White's Scandals. Musical revue.

(1925). Stage Play: Big Boy. Musical comedy. Music by James F. Hanley and Joseph Meyer. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva. Mr. Jolson's Orchestrations by Alfred Goodman. Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger. Dances and Ensembles Arranged by Seymour Felix and Larry Ceballos. Directed by J.C. Huffman. Dialogue Directed by Alexander Leftwich. Winter Garden Theatre: 7 Jan 1925- 14 Mar 1925 (56 performances). Cast: Al Jolson (as "Gus"), George Andre(as "Dancer"), Marion Andre (as "Show Girls"), Wyn Ayres (as "Show Girls"), Edythe Baker (as "Phyllis Carter"), Hugh Banks (as "Joe Warren"), Franklyn Batie (as "Jim Redding/Tucker"), Frank Beaston (as "Jack Bedford"), Adolphe Beck (as "Men"), Peggy Bernier (as "Dancer"), May Birt (as "Show Girls"), Freddie Bond (as "Show Girls"), William Bonelli (as "Legrande"), Bobbie Brandeis (as "Men"), Colin Campbell (as "Steve Leslie"), Elsie Carroll (as "Dancer") [Broadway debut], Nancy Carroll (as "Show Girls"), Terry Carroll (as "Show Girls") [Broadway debut], Irving Carter (as "Danny/Men"), Al Clair (as "Men"), Lee Cutler (as "Dancer"), Jewel Dalores (as "Dancer"), Clifford Daly (as "Men"), Leo Donnelly (as "Doc Wilbur"), Helen Doyle (as "Dancer"), Minnie Dupree (as "Dancer"), William C. Elkins (as "Jubilee Singer"), Flo Evers (as "Show Girls"), Albert Ford (as "Men"), Ethel Fuller (as "Dancer"), Rose Gallagher (as "Show Girls"), George Gilday (as "Judkins"), Peggy Gillespie (as "Dancer"), Janice Glenn (as "Dancer"), Maude Turner Gordon (as "Mrs. Bedford"), Walter A. Gray (as "Jubilee Singer"), Mabel Grete (as "Dancer"), Patti Harrold (as "Annabelle Bedford"), Louise Hersey (as "Show Girls"), Alma Hookey (as "Dancer"), Wilbert B. Howard (as "Jubilee Singer"), George E. Jackson (as "Jubilee Singer"), Frankie James (as "Dolly Graham"), Naoe Kondo (as "Dancer"), Harry Lake (as "Men"), Lewis Laub (as "Men"), Flo Lewis (as "Tessie Forbes"), Madge Lorraine (as "Show Girls"), Walter Lowery (as "Men"), Dotty Mae (as "Dancer"), Charles Moran (as "Mr. Gray/Tout"), Dinky Ozmont (as "Dancer"), Arthur H. Payne (as "Jubilee Singer"), Mary Phillips (as "Show Girls"), Jack Ray (as "Men"), Ralph Reader (as "Men"), Thelma Robinson (as "Dancer"), Mose R. Ross (as "Jubilee Singer"), Dorothy Rudac (as "Dancer"), Ruth Savoy (as "Dancer"), Edith Scott (as "Caroline Purdy"), Arthur S. Shaw (as "Jubilee Singer"), L.C. Sherman (as "Manager"), Madeline Smith (as "Show Girls"), George Spelvin [actor who wished to remain anonymous] (as "Silent Ransom"), Rose Stone (as "Dancer"), Esther Tanney (as "Dancer"), Kelly Thompson (as "Jubilee Singer"), William L. Thorne (as "Bully John Bagby/Wainwright"), Helen Wallace (as "Dancer"), Walter Wandell (as "Men"), Dorothy Wegman (as "Show Girls"), Carl D. White (as "Jubilee Singer"), Minnie White (as "Dancer"), Ralph Whitehead (as "Coley Reid"), Casco Williams (as "Jubilee Singer"). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert. Note: Filmed by Warner Bros./Vitaphone Corporation as Big Boy (1930).

(1925). Stage Play: Tell Me More. Musical comedy. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva and Ira Gershwin. Directed by John Harwood. Gaiety Theatre: 13 Apr 1925- 11 Jul 1925 (100 performances). Produced by Alex. A. Aarons.

(1925). Stage Play: George White's Scandals. Musical revue. Music by Ray Henderson. Book by George White and William K. Wells. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva and Lew Brown. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh. Musical Director: William Daly. Featuring songs by Irving Berlin. Musical Staging by Albertina Rasch. Directed by George White. Apollo Theatre: 22 Jun 1925- 14 Nov 1925 (169 performances). Cast: Vada Alexander, Arthur Ball, Edna Bowman, Doris Bryant, Jim Carty, Katherine Chapman, Marion Courtney, Chris Crane, Marion Dickson, Betty Dillon, Harriet Dillon, Dolly Donnelly, Gordon Dooley, Dorothy Ellfelt, The Elm City Four, Janet Flynn, Harry Fox, Peggy Gallimore, Anita Gordon, Ruth Gordon, Viola Hage, Myrtle Hammerstead, Roberta Haynes, Helen Hudson, Emily Johns, Mildred Klaw, Kathryn Lambly, Muriel LeCount, Georgia Lerch, Fred Lyons, Dorothy McCarthy, Margaret McCarthy, Helen Morgan, Harry Morrissey, Martha Morton, Marjorie Murray, Mary Murray, Mary Norris, Mary Parsons, Tom Patricola, Laura Phillips, Norman Phillips, Norman Phillips Jr., Mrs. Norman Phillips, Ethel Sager, Clara Scott, Jean Scott, Jane Sels, Marjorie Shaw, Adele Smith, Joe Sullivan, Alice Thalman, Helen Titus, Mildred Turner, Alice Weaver, Helen Wehrle, Alice Wilkie. Produced by George White.

(1926). Stage Play: Queen High. Musical comedy. Book by Laurence Schwab and Buddy G. DeSylva. "Queen High" is an adaptation of "A Pair of Sixes" by Edward Peple. Music by Lewis E. Gensler. Lyrics by B.G. DeSylva. Additional numbers by James F. Hanley. Music arranged by Russell Bennett. Music orchestrated by Russell Bennett. Scenic Design by Willy Pogany. Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor [credited as Edgar McGregor]. Ambassador Theatre: 8 Sep 1926- 23 Jul 1927 (367 performances). Cast: Ward Arnold (as "Ensemble"), Charles Bannister (as "Ensemble"), Joey Benton (as "Ensemble"), Gaile Beverly (as "Coddles, the Nettletons' Maid"), Florence Blue (as "Ensemble"), Lillian Burke (as "Ensemble"), Barbara Carrington (as "Ensemble"), Helen Carrington (as "Mrs. Nellie Nettleton"), Al Downing (as "Ensemble"), Katherine Ellis (as "Ensemble"), Luella Gear (as "Florence Cole"), Barbara Grace (as "Kitty, a Model"), Albert Hale (as "Ensemble"), Peggy Hart (as "Ensemble"), Harold Hennessy (as "Ensemble"), Sophie Howard (as "Ensemble"), Jack Hughes (as "Ensemble"), Irene Isham (as "Ensemble"), Mary Lawlor (as "Polly Nettleton, Nettleton's Niece"), Ethel Lawrence (as "Ensemble"), Ann Lee (as "Ensemble"), Margaret Lee (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Lombard (as "Ensemble"), John McElroy (as "Ensemble"), Frank McIntyre (as "George Nettleton, the Senior Partner"), Edwin Michaels (as "Jimmy, the Office Assistant"), Lucille Moore (as "Ensemble"), Clarence Nordstrom (as "Richard Johns, Johns' Nephew"), Richard Oakley (as "Ensemble"), June O'Dea (as "Patricia, a Model") [Broadway debut], Charles Ruggles (as "T. Boggs Johns, the Junior Partner"), John Rutherford (as "Jerry Vanderholt, the Firm's Lawyer"), Otis Schaefer (as "Ensemble"), Daniel Sparks (as "Ensemble"), Mildred Stevens (as "Ensemble"), Carola Taylor (as "Ensemble"), Irene Warner (as "Ensemble"), Betty Wright (as "Ensemble"). Replacement actors: Neil Collins (as "Ensemble"), Frank Cullen (as "Ensemble"), Herbert Lund (as "Ensemble"), George Murray (as "Ensemble"), Betty Whitney (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Laurence Schwab. Note: Filmed by Paramount Pictures [at their Astoria, NY studio] as Queen High (1930) with Charlie Ruggles reprising his stage role as "T. Boggs Johns."

(1927). Stage Play: Manhattan Mary. Musical comedy. Music by Ray Henderson. Book by William K. Wells and George White. Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva and Lew Brown. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh. Musical Director: William Daly. Costume Design by Max Weldy. Scenic Design by William Oden Waller. Additional Costumes by Schneider-Anderson Company and Juliette. Directed by George White. Apollo Theatre: 26 Sep 1927- 12 May 1928 (264 performances). Cast: Ed Wynn (as "Crickets"), Ona Munson (as "Mary Brennan"), George White (as "Himself"), Vada Alexander, Mae Clarke (as "Viola Fay"), Harland Dixon (as "Bob Sterling, Stage Manager of Scandals"), Sue Elliott, Mary Farley, Suzanne Fleming, Paul Frawley (as "Jimmy Moore, Mary's Sweetheart"), Messrs. Goff, Kerr and Barth (as "Embassy Boys"), Lou Holtz (as "Sam Platz, a Bond Salesman"), Ray Hunt, Sam Ledner, Doree Leslie, The McCarthy Sisters, Victor Munro (as "Micky, A Hudson Duster"), Harry Oldridge (as "Police Sergeant/His Honor, the Mayor of New York City"), Amy Revere (as "Helen King, Premiere Danseuse of Scandals"), Marcel Rousseau (as "M. Max Duval, of the Folies Bergere, Paris"), The Scott Sisters, James Scott, Adele Smith, Paul Stanton (as "R.C. "Arcy" Black, a Bond Broker"), Dorothy Walters. Produced by George White.

(1927). Stage Play: Excess Baggage. Comedy. Written by John McGowan. Musical Director: Morris Zentner. Featuring songs by Ray Henderson. Featuring songs with lyrics by Lew Brown and Buddy G. DeSylva. Musical Staging by Johnny Boyle. Directed by Melville Burke. Ritz Theatre: 26 Dec 1927- 30 Jun 1928 (216 performances). Cast: The Admirals, Maud Blair, Nace Bonville, William Boula, Herbert Clark, Charles Dalton, John Dilson (as "Frank Arnold"), Mort Downey, Eric Dressler (as "Eddie Kane"), Vladimir Dubinsky, Doris Eaton, Frances Goodrich, Miriam Hopkins (as "Elsa McCoy"), Frank Horton, Boyd Marshall, Frank McHugh (as "Jimmy Dunn"), Howard Morgan, Lawrence O'Sullivan, Merald Tollefsen, Denton Vane, Suzanne Willa. Produced by Barbour, Crimmins & Bryant. Note: Filmed by MGM as Excess Baggage (1928) as a William Haines vehicle.

(19??). Story: "Obey That Impulse" (filmed as Indiscreet (1931))

(1929). Stage Play: Follow Thru. Musical comedy. Book by Laurence Schwab and Buddy G. DeSylva. Music by Ray Henderson. Lyrics by Lew Brown and Buddy G. DeSylva. Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager; Costume Design by Kiviette. Musical Numbers Staged by Bobby Connolly. Book Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor. Chanin's 46th Street Theatre: 9 Jan 1929- 21 Dec 1929 (401 performances). Cast: Arthur Aylesworth (as "Mac" Moore, a golf professional"), Margaret Banks (as "Lady"), John Barker (as "Jerry Downs, a young golf champion"), Jane Brown (as "Lady"), Arthur Bryan (as "Country Club Boy"), Hilda Burkhart (as "Lady"), Madeline Cameron (as "Ruth Van Horn, an amateur golf champion"), Edith Campbell (as "Mrs. Bascomb, the president's wife"), Dorothy Christy [credited as Dorothy Christie] (as "Olive") [final Broadway role], Katherine Cornell [Not the actress of the 1930s and 1940s] (as "Lady"), Arthur Craig Gentleman"), W.E. Critzer (as "Country Club Boy"), Dorothy Day (as "Lady"), Zilpha De Witt (as "Lady"), Irene Delroy (as "Lora Moore, Mac's daughter"), Dody Donnelly (as "Lady"), Carrick Douglas (as "Country Club Boy"), Al Downing (as "Mr. Manning"), Dorothea Dunn (as "Lady"), Christine Ecklund (as "Lady"), Oscar Ellinger (as "Country Club Boy"), Joseph Evans (as "Gentleman"), Phil Farley (as "Gentleman"), Yvonne Grey (as "Glenna"), Jack Haley (as "Jack Martin"), Irene Hamlin (as "Lady"), John Hammond (as "Country Club Boy"), Paul Howard (as "Steve"), Claire Joyce (as "Lady"), Marguerite Kennedy (as "Lady"), Ruth Kent (as "Lady"), Philip King (as "Gentleman"), Frank Kingdon (as "Martin Bascomb, President of the Bound Brook Country Club"), Fred Kuhnly (as "Country Club Boy"), Constance Lane (as "Virginia"), Elaine Lank (as "Lady"), Ethel Lawrence (as "Lady"), Jack Lawrence (as "Country Club Boy"), Margaret Lee (as "Babs Bascomb, Martin's fifteen-year-old daughter"), Ann Lomax (as "Lady"), Bodil Lund (as "Lady"), Jocelyn Lyle (as "Lady"), Ned Lynn (as "Gentleman"), Paul Mann (as "Gentleman"), John McCahill (as "Gentleman"), Gordon Merrick (as "Gentleman"), Harry Moore (as "Gentleman"), Fred Murray (as "Gentleman"), Richard Neely (as "Gentleman"), Mortimer O'Brien (as "Gentleman"), Zelma O'Neal (as "Angie Howard, Lora's girl-friend"), Anita Pam (as "Lady"), Sherry Pelham (as "Cynthia/Lady"), Eleanor Powell (as "Molly"), Samuel Quinn (as "Gentleman"), Richard Renaud (as "Gentleman"), Herbert Rothwell (as Gentleman"), William Sahner (as "Gentleman"), John Sheehan (as "J.C. Effingham, a new member"), Maurice Siegel (as "Country Club Boy"), Mildred Stevens (as "Lady"), Drucilla Strain (as "Lady"), Don Tomkins (as Thomas Darcy "Dinty" Moore, Mac's sixteen-year-old son"), Renee Vilon (as "Lady"), Irene Warner (as "Lady"), Mildred Webb (as "Lady") [Broadway debut], Arlyne White (as "Lady"), Jerry White (as "Gentleman"), Minerva Wilson (as "Lady"). Produced by Laurence Schwab and Frank Mandel.

(1927). Stage Play: Artists and Models. Musical revue. Music by Harry Akst and Maurie Rubens. Additional lyrics by Ted Lewis and Jack Osterman. Lyrics by Benny Davis and J. Keirn Brennan. Musical Director: Max Meth. Featuring songs by Gus Kahn and Ray Henderson. Featuring songs with lyrics by Gus Kahn, Buddy DeSylva and Lew Brown. Choreographed by Ralph Reader, Earl Lindsey and Jan Oyra. Winter Garden Theatre: 15 Nov 1927- 24 Mar 1928 (151 performances). Cast: Tennylis Allyn, Lucille Arnold, William Baden, Julia Barker, Dan Berrigan, Beatrice Bickel, Allan Blair, Eleanor Brooks, Adelaide Candee, Buddy Carpenter, Cyrilla Casey, Mary Chandler, Eddie Chester, Louise Chowing, Charles Collins, Ethel Daniels, Annette Davies, Molly Davis, Jack Dayton, Willa De Brauw, Howard Deighton, Peggy Deighton, Doris Delairs, Doris Downes, Helen Doyle, Mary Ellis, Mildred Espy, Margie Evans, Helen Farez, Lillian Ford, Ethel Fuller, Catherine Gallimore, Walter Gilfoyle, Ruth Grace, Herman Grossman, Thalie Hamilton, Elizabeth Hill, Mary Hillyer, Margaret Hollyn, Walter Johnson, Jscherey & Hully, King, King & King, Maybell Leather, George Leland, Betty LeMay, Peggy Lemay, Ted Lewis, Henrietta Livingstone, Barbara Lloyd, Marie Lovette, Madeline Luzon, Marion Luzon, Neva Lynn, Dana Mayo, John Herbert McDowell, Elena Meade, Florence Moore, Margaret Moore, Iris Morse, William Neeley, Peggy Neil, Jack Norris, Marietta O'Brien, Harry O'Neal, Jack Osterman, Phillip Ott, Jan Oyra Dorothy Palmer, Chauncey Parsons, Patty Patterson, Nayan Pearce, Jack Pearl, Agatha Phillips, Imogene Phillips, Manilla Powers, Rosalind Rensing, Gene Roberts, Madeleine Russell, Arthur Schnitzer, Muriel Seely, Katherine Sheeran, Kay Simmons, Jack Squires, Mozel Stapp, Jo Storace, Dolly Thain, Katrina Trask, Veloz and Yolanda, Marjorie Vernelli, Amy von Hansa, Myrtle Wagner, Bee Walz, Dorothy Weber, Gladys Wheaton, Jack White, Josephine White, Mazie White, Marjorie Younger. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1926). Stage Play: George White's Scandals. Musical revue.

(1925). Stage Play: Gay Paree. Musical revue. Music by Alfred Goodman, Maurice Ruebens and J. Fred Coots. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Clifford Grey. Musical Director: Alfred Goodman. Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger. Additional lyrics by Harold Atteridge, Henry Creamer, Buddy G. DeSylva, Ballard MacDonald, Lester Allen, Harry Woods, Charles Tobias and Al Sherman. Additional music by Harry Woods, Charles Tobias, Al Sherman, James F. Hanley, Walter Donaldson and Joseph Meyer. Musical Staging by Earl Lindsay. Choreographed by Alexis Kosloff. Directed by J.J. Shubert and Charles Judels. Shubert Theatre: 18 Aug 1925- 30 Jan 1926 (181 performances). Cast: Newton Alexander, Betty Allen, Lucille Arden, William Baden, Dorothy Barber, Pauline Blair, Frances Blythe, Richard Bold, Ilsi Bott, Alice Boulden, Carol Boyer, William Brainerd, Lorraine Brooks, Camille, Jean Caswell, Chandler Christy, Helen Claire, Eddie Conrad, Claire Daniels, Isabel Dawn, Claudia Dell, Johnny Dove, Louise Dove, Clarice Durham, Mabel Earle, Beth Elliott, Byrdeatta Evans, Florence Fair, Rosemary Farmer, Margie Finley, Walton Ford, Ruth Gillette, Florence Golden, Viola Griffith, Texas Guinan, Jack Haley, Ruth Hamilton, Thalie Hamilton, Edith Higgens, Alice Hooke, Edna Hopper, Florence Horne, Gus Hyland, Katherine Janeway, Frank Kimball, Marty Kolinsky, Lillian Lane, George LeMaire, Fern LeRoy, Winnie Lightner, Martha Linn, Gertrude Lowe, Viola Marshall, Betty Maurice, Arthur May, Verdi Milli, Marie Price, Prosper & Maret, Dorothy Rae, Nora Reed, Camille Renault, Charles 'Chic' Sale, Salt and Pepper, Wilfred Seagram, Winifred Seale, Dorothy Shepard, Jeanette Simard, Bartlett Simmons, Marie Simpson, Bernadette Spencer, Louise Taylor, Billy B. Van, Lorraine Weimar, Margaret Wilson. Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert. Produced in association with Rufus Le Maire.

(1976) Herbert Fields and his musical, "Panama Hattie," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Ann Miller, Terence Monk and Jill Choder in the cast. Leslie B. Cutler was director.


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