Ada Beats the Drum. Comedy. Written by John Alexander Kirkpatrick
. Directed by Geoffrey Kerr. John Golden Theatre: 8 May 1930- Jun 1930 (closing date unknown/46 performances). Cast: Auguste Aramini (as "Gendarme"), George W. Barbier (as "Ed Hubbard"), Mary Boland
(as "Ada Hubbard"), Frank Charlton (as "Mr. Sims"), Jules Epailly
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