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Call Me Mister   

"Call Me Mister" played a total of 734 performances over the course of its run, with over 500 performances at the National Theatre. The performance count at each venue is undiscovered.
 
National Theatre , (4/18/1946 - 7/19/1947)
Majestic Theatre , (7/21/1947 - 10/04/1947)
Plymouth Theatre , (10/06/1947 - 1/10/1948)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Apr 18, 1946   
Closing Date:Jan 10, 1948 Total Performances:734

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization
Produced by Melvyn Douglas and Herman Levin
Music by Harold Rome; Lyrics by Harold Rome; Sketches by Arnold Auerbach; Additional Sketches by Arnold B. Horwitt; Musical Director: Lehman Engel; Music arranged by Ben Ludlow; Assistant Music Arranger: Charles Huffine and Julian Work; Choral arrangements by Lehman Engel
Directed by Robert H. Gordon; Musical Staging by John Wray
Scenic Design by Lester Polakov; Costume Design by Grace Houston
General Manager: Phil Adler
Production Stage Manager: B.D. Kranz; Assistant Stage Mgr: Steve Allison and David Kanter
Music Contractor: Morris Stonzek
Press Representative: Dorothy Ross; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner
Cast
Betty Garrett Mrs. Josephine Wilson
A Waitress
The Wave
Customer
The Grandmother
Mrs. Winthrop
The Hostess
Steve Allison Sailor
Ex-G.I.
Robert Baird Sailor
Ex-G.I.
The Boy's Mates
Other Truck Driver
Sales Clerk
The Brother
Applicant
Paula Bane The Girl
Joan Bartels The Girl's Co-Worker
Cigarette Girl
Sales Clerk
Applicant
Bill Callahan Soldier
Ex-G.I.
Corporal
The Marine
Bill
Specialty Dancer
Joe Calvan Marine
Ex-G.I.
Wally Wilson
Member of Trio
Ballet
A G.I.
Boy (Ballet)
Harry Clark Soldier
Ex-G.I.
A Soldier
Master Sergeant
Mulvey
The Sailor
Barber
Lucille's Father
Representative Snide
Senator's Song Singer
Chandler Cowles Soldier
Ex-G.I.
Merryweather
The Soldier
The Lieutenant, j.g.
A Captain
Partner for the Hostess
G.I. Joe
The Veteran
Fred Danieli Marine
Ex-G.I.
Man (Second Couple)
Ballet
A Civilian
Boy (Ballet)
Partner for the Hostess
Virginia Davis The Girl's Co-Worker
Canteen Girl
Sales Clerk
Francis Dometrovich The Boy's Mates
Ex-G.I.
Alex Dunaeff Ex-G.I.
A Civilian
Boy (Ballet)
Bettye Durrence Canteen Girl
Member of Trio
Ballet
Underwear Model
Girl (Ballet)
Peter Fara Marine
A Civilian
Ruth Feist The Girl's Co-Worker
Sales Clerk
Applicant
Shellie Filkins Applicant
Underwear Model
Kate Friedlich Canteen Girl
Woman (Second Couple)
Ballet
A WAC
Girl (Ballet)
Darcy Gardner Canteen Girl
A WAC
Girl (Ballet)
Ward Garner Soldier
Ex-G.I.
Ackerman
Ted (#2)
Betty Gilpatrick The Girl's Co-Worker
Canape Girl
The Wac
Sales Clerk
The Brother's Wife
A Young Wife
George Hall Soldier
Ex-G.I.
Paul Revere
Stover
Representative Gumble
Senator's Song Singer
Betty Lou Holland Customer
The Young Sister
Lucille
Specialty Dancer
Bruce Howard The Girl's Co-Worker
Sales Clerk
Applicant
George Irving Mr. Charles Wilson
Capt. Baines
Lou
Sales Clerk
The Uncle
A Young Husband
Senator Dibble
Maria Karnilova The Girl (Ballet)
Tommy Knox Marine
Ex-G.I.
Soldier
A G.I.
Henry Lawrence Sailor
Ex-G.I.
The Boy's Mates
Sales Clerk
Applicant
Sid Lawson Sailor
Ex-G.I.
The Boy's Mates
Dental Officer
Mac
Sales Clerk
Arthur Benson
Betty Lorraine Canteen Girl
Woman (First Couple)
Ballet
A WAC
Girl (Ballet)
Rae MacGregor Canteen Girl
Underwear Model
Girl (Ballet)
Howard Malone Marine
Ex-G.I.
Man (First Couple)
Ballet
A G.I.
Boy (Ballet)
Partner for the Hostess
Alan Manson Soldier
Ex-G.I.
Sam
Dover
A Soldier
Partner for the Hostess
William Mende Sailor
Ex-G.I.
The Boy's Mates
Other Truck Driver
Sales Clerk
The Butler
Applicant
Jules Munshin Sergeant
Grover
The Marine
Floorwalker
Mike
Senator Burble
Senator's Song Singer
David Nillo Marine
Ex-G.I.
The Boy (Ballet)
A Civilian
Marjorie Oldroyd The Girl's Co-Worker
Menu Girl
Sales Clerk
The Sister
Applicant
Doris Parker The Girl's Co-Worker
Sales Clerk
Applicant
Patricia Penso Canteen Girl
Member of Trio
Ballet
Underwear Model
Girl (Ballet)
Paula Purnell The Girl's Co-Worker
Sales Clerk
Applicant
Roy Ross Marine
Ex-G.I.
Hygiene Officer
Ted (#1)
Foreman
A G.I.
Boy (Ballet)
Danny Scholl Soldier
Ex-G.I.
The Boy
Evelyn Shaw Canteen Girl
Lottie
The Tenderneck
A WAC
Lucille's Mother
Edward Silkman Sailor
Ex-G.I.
The Boy's Mates
Other Truck Driver
Sales Clerk
The Father
Applicant
Kevin Smith Applicant
Sales Clerk
Alvis Tinnin Sailor
Ex-G.I.
The Boy's Mates
Other Truck Driver
Sales Clerk
Applicant
Eugene Tobin Sailor
Ex-G.I.
The Boy's Mates
Sales Clerk
The Sister's Husband
Applicant
Glenn Turnbull Marine
Ex-G.I.
Bill Wilson
Insurance Officer
Pop Higgins
Plover
Lawrence Winters Soldier
Ex-G.I.
Truck Driver
A Man
Theatre World
nominee 1946 Award [recipient]
Bill Callahan
music by Harold Rome; lyrics by Harold Rome
ACT 1Sung By
Opening Number Sergeant, Soliders, Sailors, Canteen Girls and Marines
Going Home Train Ex-GIs
Along With Me The Boy, The Boy's Mates, The Girl and The Girl's Co-Workers
Surplus Blues A Waitress
The Drug Store Song The Boy, Girl (Ballet), Boy (Ballet), Pop Higgins, First Couple, Second Couple and Trio
The Red Ball Express Truck Driver, Other Truck Drivers and Foreman
Military Life (The Jerk Song) The Sailor, The Soldier, The Marine, The Wave, The Wac and The Tenderneck
Call Me Mister The Marine, Floorwalker, Customers, Sales Clerks, Underwear Models, The WACs, The GIs and The Civilians
ACT 2Sung By
Yuletide, Park Avenue The Grandmother, The Butler, The Uncle, The Sister, The Sister's Husband, The Brother, The Brother's Wife, The Father, The Mother, The Young Sister and The Lieutenant, j.g.
When We Meet Again The Girl, The Girl (Ballet), The Boy (Ballet), The Girls and The Boys
The Face on the Dime A Man
His Old Man The Girl and The Boy
South America, Take It Away The Hostess and The Hostess' Partners
The Senators' Song