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Sunny Days   

 
Century Theatre, (10/01/1928 - 10/27/1928)
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Opening Date: Oct 01, 1928    
Closing Date: Oct 27, 1928 Total Performances: 32

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Shop of "Victor Duval et Cie" Florist, Rue de la Paix, Paris; Leon Dorsay's Chateau, Fontainebleau



Production Staff
Produced by Montmartre Productions, Inc.
Book by Clifford Grey and William Carey Duncan; Based on the French of Maurice Hennequin and Pierre Veber; Lyrics by Clifford Grey and William Carey Duncan
Choreographed by Ralph Reader
Cast
George CliddBergeot
Edward CobhamButler
Elsie ElliottBabette
Harry GordonA Thief
Verenetta HootsCountess D'Exmore
Gattison JonesPaul Morel
Mildred KeatsGinette Bertin
Elyse La DeauxNanine
Douglas LeavittLeon Dorsay
Bob LivelyVictor Duval
Ruth LockwoodAngele Larue
Audrey MapleMadame Dorsay
Jack SheehanMaurice Vane
Billy B. VanRudolph Max
Phoebe WallaceGeorgette
ACT 1 Sung By
A Belle, a Beau and a BoutonniereNanine, Babette, Georgette, Lulu, Robert and Ensemble
One Sunny DayAngele Larue, Victor Duval, Nanine, Babette, Georgette, Lulu and Ensemble
GinetteGinette Bertin and Boys
I'll Be SmilingPaul Morel, Babette and Ensemble
Really and TrulyGinette Bertin and Maurice Vane
ACT 2 Sung By
I've Got to Be GoodLeon Dorsay and Guests
Hang Your Hat on the MoonAngele Larue, Rudolph Max, Paul Morel and Ensemble
So Do IGinette Bertin and Maurice Vane
Girls' BrigadePaul Morel and Ensemble
ACT 3 Sung By
Orange BlossomsVictor Duval and Ensemble
Trample Your TroublesGinette Bertin, Paul Morel and Ensemble