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The Perfect Fool   

George M. Cohan's Theatre , (11/07/1921 - 7/01/1922)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Nov 07, 1921   
Closing Date:Jul 01, 1922 Total Performances:275

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts

Production Staff
Produced by A.L. Erlanger
Book by Ed Wynn; Lyrics by Ed Wynn; Music by Ed Wynn; Featuring songs with lyrics by Harry Richman and Lou Davis; Orchestra under the direction of Antonio Bafunno; Music orchestrated by Maurice DePackh
Staged by Julian Mitchell; Production Supervised by B. C. Whitney
Costume Design by Ada Fields, Cora MacGeachy and Albertine Randall Wheelan; Scenic Design by Triangle Scenic Studio; Lighting Design by Tony Greshoff
Kathryn Annis Performer
Fred Ardath Performer
Rose Boulais Performer
Polly Bowman Performer
Bobbie Breslaw Performer
Florence Brooks Performer
John Dale Performer
Peggy Ellis Performer
Margaret Ferguson Performer
Anita Furman Performer
Belle Gannon Performer
Marjory Grant Performer
Edna May Hamel Performer
Dolla Harkins Performer
Margaret Hoban Performer
Katharine Kaye Performer
Helen Kerr Performer
Harriette Keyes Performer
Marion King Performer
Ivey Kirkwood Performer
Gladys Laird Performer
Grace Larue Performer
Lorna Lincoln Performer
Irene Mayberry Performer
Madge McCarthy Performer
Aline McGill Performer
Flo Newton Performer
Estelle Penning Performer
True Rice Performer
Marion Rich Performer
Guy Robertson Performer
Grace Russell Performer
Edna Terry Performer
Janet Velie Performer
Dade Winlack Performer
Johan Wittman Performer
Ed Wynn Performer
music by Ed Wynn; lyrics by Ed Wynn
(Unless otherwise noted)

Girls, Pretty Girls
She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not
Visions That Pass in the Night
A Doll House
(lyrics by Harry Richman and Lou Davis)
Old Home Week (in Maine)
My Garden of Perfumes
The Ballet of Perfumes
The Typewriter Song
Romantic Days