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Smiles   

 
Ziegfeld Theatre, (11/18/1930 - 1/10/1931)
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Opening Date: Nov 18, 1930    
Closing Date: Jan 10, 1931 Total Performances: 63

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: France, New York City, and South Hampton



Production Staff
Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.
Music by Vincent Youmans; Book by William Anthony McGuire; Lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Adamson; Additional lyrics by Ring Lardner; Music orchestrated by Paul Lannin; Musical Director: Frank Tours
Choreographed by Ned Wayburn; Directed by William Anthony McGuire
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by John Harkrider
Cast
Arline AberArline
Charline AberCharline
Jean AckermanMrs. Brown
Lillian
Larry AdlerLarry
Pirko AlquistEnsemble
Adele AstaireDot Hastings
Fred AstaireBob Hastings
Mabel BaadeEnsemble
Elsie BehrensEnsemble
Joey BentonEnsemble
Virginia BiddleEnsemble
Dorothy BowEnsemble
Bobby BroadsleyEnsemble
Virginia BruceEnsemble
Pamela BryantEnsemble
Katherine BurkeAnn
Georgia CaineMrs. Hastings
Irving CarterEnsemble
Gordon ClarkEnsemble
Frank ColettiSlim
Betty ColletteEnsemble
Mary CollinsMother Jones
Walter CostelloEnsemble
Gertrude DahlEnsemble
Louis DelgadoEnsemble
Mr. Green
Clare DoddClara
Marion DodgeEnsemble
Betty DumbrisEnsemble
Madeline DunbarEnsemble
Marcelle EdwardsEnsemble
Georgia EllisEnsemble
Caja EricEnsemble
Louise EstesEnsemble
Dorothy FloodEnsemble
Eddie Foy, Jr.Gilbert Stone
Agnes FraneyEnsemble
Paul GregoryDick
Maxine GrossEnsemble
Burnie HallowayEnsemble
Kathryn HerefordPat
Maurine HolmesEnsemble
Bob HopeEnsemble
Meredith HowardEnsemble
Tom HowardHoly Joe
Ken HuntingtonEnsemble
Jackie HurlbutEnsemble
Lorraine JailletMadelon
David JohnsEnsemble
Juliette JordanEnsemble
Bernard JukesDoughface
Harriette Lake
Marjorie LaVoeEnsemble
Preston LewisEnsemble
Neva LynnEnsemble
Joe LyonsMackin
Roy MaceEnsemble
Martha MaggardEnsemble
Pat MannIzzy Cohen
Ensemble
Christine MapleEnsemble
Rose MariellaEnsemble
Doris MayEnsemble
Nellie MayerEnsemble
Constance McKenzieEnsemble
Olive McLayEnsemble
Marilyn MillerSmiles
Joseph MinitelloEnsemble
Hilda MorenoKiki
Ruth MorganMiss Parker
Patsy O'DayEnsemble
Agnes O'LaughlinEnsemble
Dorothy PattersonEnsemble
Ruth PattersonBetty
Peggy PeacockEnsemble
Edward RaquelloPierre
Dolores RayEnsemble
Anna RexEnsemble
Adrian RoselyTony
Olga RoyceEnsemble
Charles SagerChang Lang Foo
Sankee
Blanche SatchellEnsemble
Phil SheridanEnsemble
Jack SpinelloEnsemble
Michael StarkEnsemble
Ward TallmanEnsemble
Ruth TaraEnsemble
Norma TaylorEnsemble
Harry TigheOfficer Dennis O'Brien
Lee TimminsEnsemble
Helen WalshEnsemble
Jean WarrenEnsemble
Gil WhiteFirst Sailor
Mr. Brown
Ensemble
music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Adamson
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
The BoweryArline, Charline and Entire Company
Say Young Man of ManhattanBob Hastings and Boys
Rally 'Round Me
(lyrics by Ring Lardner)
Smiles and Salvation Army Lassies
Hotcha Ma ChotchDot Hastings, Gilbert Stone and Girls
Time on My HandsSmiles and Dick
What Can I Say?
(lyrics by Ring Lardner)
Smiles
Time on My Hands (Reprise) Girls and Boys
Be Good to Me
(lyrics by Ring Lardner)
Bob Hastings and Dot Hastings
Clever, These ChinesePat, Gilbert Stone and Chinese Girls and Boys
Anyway, We've Had Fun
(lyrics by Ring Lardner)
Smiles, Bob Hastings and Dot Hastings
Something to Sing AboutGirls of the Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Here's a Day to Be HappyDick and Company
If I Were You, Love
(lyrics by Ring Lardner)
Bob Hastings and Dot Hastings
I'm Glad I WaitedSmiles and Bob Hastings
La MarseillesSmiles and Boys
Why Ain't I Home?
(lyrics by Ring Lardner)
Gilbert Stone and Girls
Dancing WeddingEntire Company