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Ziegfeld Follies of 1907    Another One of Those Things in Thirteen Acts

The first in the annual series of revues produced by Florenz Ziegfeld.

Jardin de Paris, (7/08/1907 - circa. 8/26/1907)
Liberty Theatre, (8/26/1907 - 9/07/1907)
Grand Opera House, (11/04/1907 - circa. 11/10/1907)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jul 08, 1907    
Closing Date: Nov 10, 1907 Total Performances: 79

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Setting: Various

Production Staff
Conceived and produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.
Featuring songs by Seymour Furth, E. Ray Goetz, Gus Edwards, Billy Gaston, Jean Schwartz, Silvio Hein, Matt Woodward and Gertrude Hoffman; Words (sketches) by Harry B. Smith; Featuring songs with lyrics by Vincent Bryan, Edgar Selden, Will D. Cobb, Billy Gaston, William Jerome, Matt Woodward, Martin Brown and Paul West; Featuring "Mother's the Boss of Our House" by Herbert Ingraham; Musical Director: Max Hoffman, Sr.
Principals directed by Herbert Gresham; Drummer girls instructed by John O'Neil; Chorus directed by Julian Mitchell; Doll numbers and others arranged by Joe Smith
Scenic Design by Peter V. Griffin, T. Bernard McDonald and John H. Young; Costume Design by W. H. Matthews, Jr. and Mme. E.S. Freisinger
Electric effects by Harry Bissing
George Bickel
Tony Cornstock
in search of the immoral
Officer Schmaltz
Mr. Biersteiner
Emma Carus
a soubrette lady
Mrs. Central Park
Daughter of the Regiment
Salome (Singer)
Mlle. Dazie
Salome (dancer)
Grace La Rue
in the cigar business
Her Honor the Judge
Miss Ginger
of Jamaica
Lillian Lee
A Wife and Mother
A Lady Expert
A Poor Weak Woman
Dave Lewis
Mr. Cornfeed
David Lewis
Captain J. Smith
a reincarnated adventurer
John Philip
Charles J. Ross
An Easy Mark
A Wild West Napoleon
Adam Rounder
Andy C
Florence Tempest
A Cigarette Fiend
Prince Tokio
Harry Watson, Jr.
The Idol of the People
An Antique Bridegroom
The District Attorney for the Defense
An Undesirable Citizen
An Honest Pugilist
Dave Abrams
the monk
Louise Alexander
The Girl Who Was So Discouraged
Sherwood Alston
Still More
Dan Baker
Officer O'Finnegan
Helen Broderick

C.M. Brooks
Victor O'Herbert
Adele Carson
An Inquisitive Girl
Scrub Lady
Natalie DeLonton
A Show Girl
May Emery
The Showiest Girl
John Kennedy
The Hero of a "Nature Story"
Grace Leigh
A Smart Setter
Mrs. Newlywed
May Leslie
A Girl Who Married a Millionaire
Stacia Leslie
A Showy Girl
Edna Luby
Miss Mimique
Miss Edna Might
James Manley
Mr. Harryman
a railway guide
John D
Frank Mayne
The Idol's Vocal Proxy
Chauncey Depot
a railway porter
Signor Crusoe
Edith Moyer
A Lady in Search of Bargains
A Property Mother
W. H. Powers
a milkman
Edna Snyder
An Inquisitive Girl
Roma Snyder
A Mere Star
Mabel Spencer
A Lady in Search of Bargains
Madlyn Summers
An Inquisitive Girl
Marion Sunshine
A Belle of the Beach
Pauline Thorne
Miss Maytell Steelman
Willie Torpey
Drum Major
Angie Weimer
A Belle of the Sands

(My) Pocahontas
(music by Seymour Furth; lyrics by Edgar Selden)
Budweiser (Budweiser's a Friend of Mine)
(music by Seymour Furth; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Little Murad
Mother's the Boss of Our House
(music by Herbert Ingraham; lyrics by Herbert Ingraham)
(music by E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
I Want to be a Drummer Boy (Finale)
(music by Silvio Hein; lyrics by Matt Woodward)
The Man Who Built the Subway
(music by Max Hoffmann; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
(music by Max Hoffmann; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
(They) All Look Alike to Mary
(music by Billy Kent; lyrics by Billy Kent)
That's What the Rose Said to Me
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
A Foolish Song
Meet Me with Spangles and Bells On
(music by Martin Brown; lyrics by Martin Brown)
(The) Band Box Girl
(music by Seymour Furth; lyrics by Edgar Selden)
The Gibson Bathing Girls
(lyrics by Paul West)
Come and Float Me, Freddie Dear (How'd You Like to Float Me)
(music by E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
In the Surf / The Heart Breaker
The Fencing Girls
(music by E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
I Don't Want an Auto
(music by Seymour Furth; lyrics by William Jerome)
Bye-Bye, Dear Old Broadway
On the Grand Old Sands
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
That's How He Met the Girl
(music by E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
I Think I Oughtn't Auto Anymore
(music by E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Miss Ginger of Jamaica
(music by Billy Gaston; lyrics by Billy Gaston)
Handle Me with Care
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Jiu Jitsu Waltz
If We Knew What the Milkman Knows
(music by E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
(Come Down) Salomy Jane
(music by E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
La Kraquette
(music by Frederick Solomon)