No, No, Nanette (1971). Musical comedy (revival). Music by Vincent Youmans
. Lyrics by Irving Caesar
and Otto A. Harbach. Book by Otto A. Harbach
and Frank Mandel. Book adapted by Burt Shevelove
. Musical Director: Buster Davis. Vocal arrangements by Buster Davis. Music orchestrated by Ralph Burns. Dance arrangements by Luther ...
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was my first husband. He always used to boast that he was spoiling me for any man who might come after him. I think Al sensed that it wasn't easy for me being married to an American institution . . . Was he right about spoiling me? I'm sorry. I couldn't possibly say. I couldn't be that indiscreet.
Ruby, who was Irish, and her 24-years-senior husband Al Jolson
, who was Jewish, could not conceive a child, so they adopted a baby boy who was half-Irish and half-Jewish. After she divorced Jolson, she had four children with her second husband. Her adopted son, Al Jolson Jr., was a contented member of her new family. He later changed his name to Peter.