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Royale Theatre, (1/11/1927 - circa. 2/1927)
Chanin's 46th Street Theatre, (2/07/1927 - 3/19/1927)
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Opening Date: Jan 11, 1927    
Closing Date: Mar 19, 1927 Total Performances: 79

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: London, Southampton, an ocean liner in the Atlantic, and New York City
Comments: Production changed name to "I Told You So" in the middle of the run.

Production Staff
Produced by William B. Friedlander
Book by Daniel Kusell and Alfred Jackson; Based on "The Rich Mr. Hoggenheimer" by Harry B. Smith and Ludwig Englander; Music by Cliff Friend; Lyrics by Lew Brown; Musical Director: Louis Gress
Directed by William B. Friedlander; Choreographed by John Boyle
Scenic Design by John Wenger; Costume Design by Hugh Willoughby
Leon AltonEnsemble
Elizabeth AndersonEnsemble
Rodolfo BadaloniSignor Chali-oppin
Hester BaileyEnsemble
Louise BarrettEnsemble
Gladys BaxterLady Mildred Vane
Rosalind BernardMaid
Sam BernardPiggy Hoggenheimer
Billie BlakeEnsemble
Norine BoganEnsemble
Louis BradleyEnsemble
Vera BraundEnsemble
Sydelle BryEnsemble
Bobby CampbellEnsemble
Claire CarrollEnsemble
Joan Carter-WaddellEdna
Lillian ClarkEnsemble
George CliffordTotsie
Eddie ConradMonsieur Hohuho
Dan CorbettValet
Guerida CrawfordEnsemble
John CroneDeck Steward
John CroninMr. Shapiro
Edith DavisEnsemble
Jerry DrydenEnsemble
Dorothy DuncanEnsemble
Frank FlynnEnsemble
Jack FordEnsemble
Paul FrawleyGuy Hoggenheimer
George FreemanEnsemble
George FriersonEnsemble
Bee GoldynEnsemble
Ruth GradyEnsemble
Ruth GrantEnsemble
William HaleEnsemble
Mabel HillEnsemble
Brooke JohnsBobby Hunter
James JolleyButler
Karin KeithEnsemble
Ethelyna KoskiEnsemble
Norman LanningEnsemble
Lottie LinthicumMrs. Hoggenheimer
Natalia LordEnsemble
Beresford LovettLord Tyrone
Wanda LyonSuzanne Fair
Marion MarchanteBetty Marshall
Louise McCoyEnsemble
Constance McKenzieEnsemble
Harry McNaughtonHonorable Cecil Puffington
Jack MeadEnsemble
John MeehanEnsemble
Marcelle MillerEnsemble
Goodee MontgomeryHotsie
Jack NewlonEnsemble
Wilma NovakEnsemble
Isabel O'DellEnsemble
Jimmie OrmondeEnsemble
Anita PamEnsemble
Polly RayEnsemble
Tom RileyEnsemble
Wilma RoeloffEnsemble
Peggy ShannonEnsemble
William StewartEnsemble
Ruth StickneyEnsemble
Helen WarnerEnsemble
Al WildeEnsemble
Paul WinkoppSecond Man
Betty WrightEnsemble
music by Cliff Friend; lyrics by Lew Brown
ACT 1 Sung By
How D'You Do?English Girls and Boys
Follow ThroughBobby Hunter and Girls
(I Wanna Go) Voom Voom VooBobby Hunter, Hotsie, Totsie and Ensemble
It's Easy to Say HelloEnsemble
All Decked OutBobby Hunter, Hotsie, Totsie and Ensemble
One of Those WindowsBobby Hunter and Collegians
Little Bit of AtmosphereLady Mildred Vane, Bobby Hunter and Ensemble
Didn't It Happen?Piggy Hoggenheimer
(I'll Love You) Just the SameGuy Hoggenheimer and Betty Marshall
Emigrants' songGirls
ACT 2 Sung By
Do It For CharityGirls
It Just Had to HappenGuy Hoggenheimer and Betty Marshall
(Let's Stroll Along and Sing a) Song of LoveBobby Hunter and Betty Marshall
Ding Dong BellGuy Hoggenheimer, Betty Marshall and Ensemble