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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 Aber Arline
Charline Aber Charline
Jean Ackerman Mrs. Brown
Lillian
Larry Adler Larry
Pirko Alquist Ensemble
Adele Astaire Dot Hastings
Fred Astaire Bob Hastings
Mabel Baade Ensemble
Elsie Behrens Ensemble
Joey Benton Ensemble
Virginia Biddle Ensemble
Dorothy Bow Ensemble
Bobby Broadsley Ensemble
Virginia Bruce Ensemble
Pamela Bryant Ensemble
Katherine Burke Ann
Georgia Caine Mrs. Hastings
Irving Carter Ensemble
Gordon Clark Ensemble
Frank Coletti Slim
Betty Collette Ensemble
Mary Collins Mother Jones
Walter Costello Ensemble
Gertrude Dahl Ensemble
Louis Delgado Ensemble
Mr. Green
Clare Dodd Clara
Marion Dodge Ensemble
Betty Dumbris Ensemble
Madeline Dunbar Ensemble
Marcelle Edwards Ensemble
Georgia Ellis Ensemble
Caja Eric Ensemble
Louise Estes Ensemble
Dorothy Flood Ensemble
Eddie Foy, Jr. Gilbert Stone
Agnes Franey Ensemble
Paul Gregory Dick
Maxine Gross Ensemble
Burnie Halloway Ensemble
Kathryn Hereford Pat
Maurine Holmes Ensemble
Bob Hope Ensemble
Meredith Howard Ensemble
Tom Howard Holy Joe
Ken Huntington Ensemble
Jackie Hurlbut Ensemble
Lorraine Jaillet Madelon
David Johns Ensemble
Juliette Jordan Ensemble
Bernard Jukes Doughface
Harriette Lake
Marjorie LaVoe Ensemble
Preston Lewis Ensemble
Neva Lynn Ensemble
Joe Lyons Mackin
Roy Mace Ensemble
Martha Maggard Ensemble
Pat Mann Izzy Cohen
Ensemble
Christine Maple Ensemble
Rose Mariella Ensemble
Doris May Ensemble
Nellie Mayer Ensemble
Constance McKenzie Ensemble
Olive McLay Ensemble
Marilyn Miller Smiles
Joseph Minitello Ensemble
Hilda Moreno Kiki
Ruth Morgan Miss Parker
Patsy O'Day Ensemble
Agnes O'Laughlin Ensemble
Dorothy Patterson Ensemble
Ruth Patterson Betty
Peggy Peacock Ensemble
Edward Raquello Pierre
Dolores Ray Ensemble
Anna Rex Ensemble
Adrian Rosely Tony
Olga Royce Ensemble
Charles Sager Chang Lang Foo
Sankee
Blanche Satchell Ensemble
Phil Sheridan Ensemble
Jack Spinello Ensemble
Michael Stark Ensemble
Ward Tallman Ensemble
Ruth Tara Ensemble
Norma Taylor Ensemble
Harry Tighe Officer Dennis O'Brien
Lee Timmins Ensemble
Helen Walsh Ensemble
Jean Warren Ensemble
Gil White First Sailor
Mr. Brown
Ensemble
music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Adamson
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
The Bowery Arline, Charline and Entire Company
Say Young Man of Manhattan Bob Hastings and Boys
Rally 'Round Me
(lyrics by Ring Lardner)
Smiles and Salvation Army Lassies
Hotcha Ma Chotch Dot Hastings, Gilbert Stone and Girls
Time on My Hands Smiles 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 Chinese Pat, 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 About Girls of the Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
Here's a Day to Be Happy Dick and Company
If I Were You, Love
(lyrics by Ring Lardner)
Bob Hastings and Dot Hastings
I'm Glad I Waited Smiles and Bob Hastings
La Marseilles Smiles and Boys
Why Ain't I Home?
(lyrics by Ring Lardner)
Gilbert Stone and Girls
Dancing Wedding Entire Company