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Happy Hooligan's Trip Around the World   

 
Murray Hill Theatre, (1/22/1906 - 1/27/1906)
Thalia Theatre, (4/09/1906 - circa. 4/16/1906)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jan 22, 1906    
Closing Date: Apr 16, 1906 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A Spectacular Musical Comedy in Three Acts. Constructed for Laughing Purposes Only.
Setting: Act 1: Waiting Room at Kidalova Railroad Station; Act 2: Menlo Park, Tokio; Act 3: Pawnbroker Shop on Market Street, San Francisco, California. Six months later.



Production Staff
Produced by Joe Pettingill
Book by Maurice Hagerman; Lyrics by Maurice Hagerman; Music by James T Brymn; Musical Director: Leo Merriman
Directed by M. L. Heckert; Chorus and ensembles by J. Flectcher Rivers
Scenic Design by Ernest Albert; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
Cast
Charles HanleyCharley Flipp
secretary to the widow, in love with Rose
Al Lewis Max Guggenheimer
another schemer, looking for wealth
Jack LyleHappy Hooligan
a national character, in and out of luck
Violet StaleyWidow Johnson
suddenly wealthy, on a tour of the world
Joseph SullivanDonald McGregor
a schemer, in love with widow
Mlle. ValescaRose
Widow's niece, in love with Mr. Flipp
Cyril AldenDudesky
Chris AlsworthA Spikey
Marie BaileyWhilamenasky
Russian Maiden
S. BoasThird Cadet
Trans-Atlantic Four
S. BohannanFirst Cadet
Trans-Atlantic Four
Blanche BueglerRosetta
Automobile Girl
Bert CannonPoliceman
May CollierCoral
Automobile Girl
Anna CourtneyPhilopemasky
Russian Maiden
Millie DermottPearl
Automobile Girl
Lucille ElliottSapphire
Automobile Girl
Hattie FoxLenasky
Russian Maiden
Bess HirstCamelia
Automobile Girl
Margie HowardKatiesky
Russian Maiden
William JacksonStation Master
Maria MarshallMabel
Automobile Girl
Salina MarshallFritsisky
Russian Maiden
Dudley McAdeeMinister
William NormanRussian Guard
Trans-Atlantic Four
Bill PooleySecond Cadet
Trans-Atlantic Four
Louise RichardsKatarsnasky
Russian Maiden
Tom SharkeyMr. Consumptive
John WelshHiram Green
Rel WorthallJap General
music by James T Brymn; lyrics by Maurice Hagerman
ACT 1 Sung By
Opening NumberA Spikey, Station Master, Third Cadet and First Cadet
The Russian MaidensCompany
Why Don't You Try?Charley Flipp (secretary to the widow, in love with Rose) and Rose (Widow's niece, in love with Mr. Flipp)
Molly ODonald McGregor (a schemer, in love with widow) and Company
SpecialtyHappy Hooligan (a national character, in and out of luck) and Company
Military Drill Chorus
Railroad (Finale)Company
ACT 2 Sung By
MoonlightRose (Widow's niece, in love with Mr. Flipp) and Company
SpecialtyTrans-Atlantic Four
SpecialtyCharley Flipp (secretary to the widow, in love with Rose) and Rose (Widow's niece, in love with Mr. Flipp)
Cherry BlossomsCompany
YokahamaRose (Widow's niece, in love with Mr. Flipp) and Company
ACT 3 Sung By
Auction DayCompany
Easy StreetMax Guggenheimer (another schemer, looking for wealth) and Company
Bull Frog and CoonWidow Johnson (suddenly wealthy, on a tour of the world) and Company
The Old Black CrowHappy Hooligan (a national character, in and out of luck) and Company
Away to the Dungeon CellCompany
To Our Homes We'll GoCompany