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The Bad Boy and His Teddy Bears   

 
Lincoln Square Theatre , (12/23/1907 - 1/18/1908)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Dec 23, 1907   
Closing Date:Jan 18, 1908 Total Performances:44

Category: Musical, Extravaganza, Pantomime, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Mountain View Hotel and Health Resort; Home of the Teddy Bears; The barn dance and society circus


Production Staff
Produced by Charles E. Blaney
Lyrics by Frank Dupree; Music by Ted Coleman; Book by Charles E. Blaney
Dances arranged by Harry Pilcer; Staged by James R. Graey
Scenic Design by Elmer E. Swart; Costume Design by Hayden; Bear costumes by Edward Seidle
Cast
Josephine Barrows Rosie
maid at the hotel
Vaudeville Specialty (Misc.)
William Barrows Chips
the Bad Boy
Richard Burton Henry Harrington
railroad magnate
Lew Engel Mama Bear
Comedy Acrobat
Vaudeville Specialty
Johnny Inglis Archibald Overton Sherlock
the XXXth Century Policeman
Harry Pilcer Percy Harrington
Harrington's son
Vaudeville Specialty (Misc.)
William Platt Flossie Bear
William Rhodes Papa Bear
Comedy Acrobat
Vaudeville Specialty
E. T. Scott Teddy Bear
Eileen Sheridan Alice Cook
the innkeeper's daughter
Polly Allison Flora
tourist
One of the Six Dancing Bells
Vaudeville Specialty
George C. Clennett Badly Cook
innkeeper
Madge Cullom Minnie
tourist
Grace Falk Frieda
tourist
One of the Six Dancing Bells
Vaudeville Specialty
Tim Faust Marcus Perkins
road master
One of the X.L.C.R. Four
Vaudeville Specialty
Flora Finch Angelica
old maid and hotel guest
Frances Folsom Fernie
tourist
One of the Six Dancing Bells
Vaudeville Specialty
Beth Harrison Fannie
tourist
One of the Six Dancing Bells
Vaudeville Specialty
Gertie Hawkins Mercy
tourist
One of the Six Dancing Bells
Vaudeville Specialty
Kitty Hawkins Marie
tourist
One of the Six Dancing Bells
Vaudeville Specialty
Hilda Hoffman Florence
Health Seeker
Robert Laidlaw Martin West
First Vice-President of the Railroad
One of the X.L.C.R. Four
Vaudeville Specialty
Florence Lynch Caroline
Health Seeker
Gertrude Lynch Katherine
Health Seeker
Regina Lynch Elizabeth
Health Seeker
Rosalie Lynch Winifred
Health Seeker
Helene Martin Margaret
Health Seeker
William Naughton Harry Clayton
station agent
R. H. Smith Reuben Simkins
Sheriff of Raccoon County
Richard H Smith Ignates Farrira
foreign representative
One of the X.L.C.R. Four
Vaudeville Specialty
William A Watkins Jacques Floto
summer boarder
One of the X.L.C.R. Four
Vaudeville Specialty
Laura Witt Mamie
tourist
music by Ted Coleman; lyrics by Frank Dupree
ACT 1Sung By
Tell Me Again Alice Cook (the innkeeper's daughter) and Harry Clayton (station agent)
When the Teddy Bears Come to Life Chips (the Bad Boy), Rosie (maid at the hotel), Papa Bear, Mama Bear, Teddy Bear and Flossie Bear
Only a Story from Fairy Tales Rosie (maid at the hotel), Teddy Bear and Primer Girls
The Man Who's Got a Mortgage on the Mint Henry Harrington (railroad magnate) and Company
When the Minstrels Come to Town Percy Harrington (Harrington's son) and Company
ACT 2Sung By
You've Made a Hit with Me Chips (the Bad Boy) and Rosie (maid at the hotel)
The Teddy-Bear and the Bee Alice Cook (the innkeeper's daughter) and Company
ACT 3Sung By
You Are Not the One for Me Alice Cook (the innkeeper's daughter) and Percy Harrington (Harrington's son)
I'm a Real Carnegie Hero Archibald Overton Sherlock (the XXXth Century Policeman) and Company