- (1941) Stage: Wrote (w/Joseph Quillian; credited as "Izzy Elinson") material for "Banjo Eyes", produced on Broadway. Musical comedy. Music by Vernon Duke. Lyrics by John La Touche. Additional lyrics by Harold Adamson. Based on "Three Men on a Horse" by John Cecil Holm and George Abbott. "We Did It Before" by Charles Tobias and Cliff Friend. Orchestrations supervised by Domenico Savino. Music arranged by Domenico Savino and Charles L. Cooke. Vocal arrangements by Buck Warnick. The De Marco's arrangements by Alan Moran. Featuring songs by George Sumner. Costume Design by Irene Sharaff. Lighting Design / Directed by Hassard Short. Hollywood Theatre: 25 Dec 1941-12 Apr 1942 (126 performances). Cast: Eddie Cantor (as "Erwin Trowbridge"), Ray Arnett, E.J. Blunkall, Betty Boyce, Norma Brown, Audrey Christie, June Clyde, Jimmy Corke, Kay Coulter, Ronnie Cunningham, Sally De Marco, Tony De Marco, Doris Dowling, Clark Eggleston, Carle Erbele, John Ervin, James Farrell, Florence Foster, Kate Friedlich, Chick Gagnon, Grace Gilren, Anne Graham, Arthur Grahl, Linda Griffeth, Miriam Gwinn, Ray Harrison, Doug Hawkins, Mitzi Haynes, Peggy Ann Holmes, Virginia Howe, Helene Hudson, Adele Jergens, Bill Johnson, Ray Johnson, Doris Kent, George Lovesee, Lynn, Royce, and Vanya, Lynn Malone, Rayford Malone, Joseph Malvin, Remi Martell, Ray Mayer, Morton Mayo (as "Banjo Eyes"), Virginia Mayo (as "Ginger, The Girl with "Banjo Eyes"), John McCord, Jack Nagle, Leona Olsen, George Richmond, Tina Rigat, Richard Rober, Sherry Shadburne, Phil Shafer, Billy Skipper Jr., Puddy Smith, Lionel Stander (as "Patsy"), Jacqueline Susann (as "Miss Clark"), Shirl Thomas, Marie Vanneman, Mimi Walthers, Ray Weamer, Evelyn Weiss, Audrey Westphal, Tommy Wonder, Margie Young. Produced by Albert Lewis.