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Winter Garden Theatre , (10/23/1969 - 1/03/1970)
First Preview: Total Previews:8
Opening Date:Oct 23, 1969   
Closing Date:Jan 03, 1970 Total Performances:84

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Produced by Jack L. Warner; Produced in association with Don Saxon; Associate in assoc. with: Harry Mayer
Music by Bill Jacob and Patti Jacob; Book by Melville Shavelson; Lyrics by Bill Jacob and Patti Jacob; Based on "Beau James" by Gene Fowler; Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock; Vocal arrangements by Milton Rosenstock; Music arranged by Jack Andrews; Dance arrangements by John Berkman
Directed by Joseph Anthony; Choreographed by Peter Gennaro; Assistant Choreographer: Bill Guske
Scenic Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by W. Robert LaVine; Lighting Design by Peggy Clark; Assistant to the Designer: Jack Brown and David Guthrie; Projection Design by Charles E. Hoefler and James Hamilton
General Manager: Al Goldin; Company Manager: G. Warren McClane
Stage Manager: Michael Sinclair; Assistant Stage Mgr: Jeanna Belkin and Ellen Wittman; Production Stage Manager: William Ross
Dance Captain: David Evans; Press Representative: Marvin Kohn; Cats trained and handles by Dawn Animal Agency, Inc.
Cast
Barbara Andres Secretary
Singer
John D. Anthony Process Server
Singer
Edward Becker Francis Xavier Aloysius O'Toole
Singer
Andy Bew Photographer
Dancer
Steven Boockvor Doorman
Dancer
Sibyl Bowan Mrs. Compton
Cindi Bulak Bonnie
Miss Queens
Dancer
Christopher Chadman Dancer
Dorothy Claire Texas Guinan
Jack Collins Jim Hines
Austin Colyer Singer
Carol Conte Miss Brooklyn
Girl in Fur Coat
Dancer
Nancy Dalton Miss Richmond
Dancer
Larry Douglas Edward Duryea Dowling
Andrea Duda Miss Bronx
Dancer
Gini Eastwood Singer
David Evans Dancer
Clifford Fearl Warrington Brock
Herb Fields Policeman
Singer
Paul Forrest Antonio Viscelli
Singer
Gary Gendell Stage Manager
Dancer
Anita Gillette Betty Compton
Frank Gorshin Jimmy Walker
Barbara Gregory Singer
William Griffis Al Smith
Peggy Hewett Mrs. Al Smith
Singer
Del Horstmann Moe
Politician
Singer
Scott Hunter Dancer
Ben Laney Politician
Policeman
Singer
Henry Lawrence Stanislaus Kazimir Wojeciezkowski
Singer
Mary Louise Singer
Sandi McCreadie Passerby
Singer
Joseph McGrath Politician
Band Vocalist
Singer
Saundra McPherson Dancer
Sally Neal Miss Manhattan
Dancer
Frank Newell Reporter
Dancer
Carl Nicholas Izzy
Tailor
Singer
Harold Pierson Dancer
Eileen Shannon Dancer
Stanley Simmonds Lawrence Horatio Fink
Tony Stevens Photographer
Dancer
Claire Theiss Singer
Evan Thompson Charley Hand
Monica Tiller Dancer
Pat Trott Dancer
Roberta Vatske Singer
Dwight Weist Recorded Impersonations
Julie Wilson Allie Walker
Standby: Danny Meehan (Jimmy Walker)
Understudies: Barbara Andres (Allie Walker, Mrs. Compton), Joseph McGrath (Charley Hand), Stanley Simmonds (Al Smith), Claire Theiss (Texas Guinan), Evan Thompson (Jim Hines) and Roberta Vatske (Betty Compton)
Tony Award®
 1970 Best Costume Design [nominee]
W. Robert LaVine
music by Bill Jacob and Patti Jacob; lyrics by Bill Jacob and Patti Jacob
ACT 1Sung By
Will You Think of Me Tomorrow? Jimmy Walker
The Little Woman Al Smith, Jim Hines, Jimmy Walker and Allie Walker
The Darlin' of New York Jim Hines, Al Smith, Charley Hand, Allie Walker, Jimmy Walker, Five Lovely Ladies and Campaign Workers
Five Lovely Ladies Jimmy Walker
Oh, Gee! Betty Compton
The Walker Walk Texas Guinan, Betty Compton, Guinan Girls, Jimmy Walker and Patrons
That Old Familiar Ring Betty Compton and Jimmy Walker
The Walker Walk (Reprise)Jim Hines, Politicians and Party Workers
I Only Wanna Laugh Allie Walker
They Never Proved a Thing Jimmy Walker, Jim Hines, Antonio Viscelli, Lawrence Horatio Fink, Francis Xavier Aloysius O'Toole, Stanislaus Kazimir Wojeciezkowski, Politicians, Warrington Brock and Tailor
ACT 2Sung By
Riverside Drive Jimmy Walker and Strollers
The Squabble Song Jimmy Walker and Betty Compton
Medley Band Vocalist
One in a Million Jimmy Walker and Betty Compton
It's a Nice Place to Visit Antonio Viscelli, Lawrence Horatio Fink, Francis Xavier Aloysius O'Toole, Stanislaus Kazimir Wojeciezkowski, Warrington Brock, Girl in Fur Coat and Company
The Charmin' Son-of-a-Bitch Allie Walker
Jimmy Betty Compton
Five Lovely Ladies (Reprise)Jimmy Walker
Our Jimmy Jim Hines, Jimmy Walker, Allie Walker, Charley Hand, Al Smith, Texas Guinan, Five Lovely Ladies, Policemen and Spectators
Life Is a One-Way Street Jimmy Walker
Finale Jimmy Walker and Betty Compton