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You Know Me Al!   

 
Lexington Theatre, (4/11/1918 - 4/27/1918)
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Opening Date: Apr 11, 1918    
Closing Date: Apr 27, 1918 Total Performances: 22

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical in Three Acts
Setting: The Pineland Inn in the Cloud Mountains of the Adirondacks



Production Staff
Produced by New York Division (27th U.S. Army)
Book by Private W. Anson Hallahan, Hugh Stanislaus Stange and Stannard Mears; Music by Private Burton Hamilton; Lyrics by Lieutenant William A. Halloran, Jr.; Interpolated numbers by Leon De Costa; Musical Director: Leon De Costa; Additional lyrics by Eric Krebs and Russell Brown; Additional music by Eric Krebs, Lieutenant William A. Halloran, Jr. and Sidney Marion
Staged by Harry Wagstaff Gribble; Choreographed by Trumpeter Stanley Hughes; Entire production under the direction of Lieutenant William A. Halloran, Jr.
Art Director: C. C. Beall
Cast
S. AhearnChorus
LeRoy BeersChorus
W. M. BrammanChorus
Harvey BrooksHarvey Brooks
Russell BrownAl Carleton
Dan BurnsLotta Noyes
Chorus
G. CarrChorus
J. ClooneyChorus
Al CooperChorus
E. Albert CrawfordSally LaBergere
H. M. CundyAnd One More Actor
Chorus
J. A. DonnellyChorus
H. DoughertyChorus
E. H. DowneyChorus
G. DowneyChorus
A. FitzpatrickChorus
C. FlemingChorus
Harry Wagstaff GribbleAmos Bronson
R. M. HeftChorus
R. HiltonChorus
Trumpeter Stanley HughesA Dancer
A. A. JarrettChorus
J. JohannesChorus
Curt KarpeTom Brush
Andrew KennedyA Vaudevillian
O. KuhlChorus
C. LaceyChorus
Jack MahoneyPrimrose Tinney Jolson
Sidney MarionBill McGraw
J. R. McDonaldAnother Actor
J. McNallyChorus
D. MitchellChorus
R.E. NelsonChorus
E. H. O'LearyChorus
W. PaulyKnotta Soude
Chorus
H. PlassmanChorus
Walter RobertsArline Bronson
Jack RocheA Cabaret Singer
S. ScammaceChorus
R. SentenneChorus
A. V. StreatChorus
J. J. SullivanChorus
Edward TierneyChorus
R.J. TimminsChorus
H. A. UngerChorus
I. R. WaiteChorus
Stanley G. WoodBarrington Booth
music by Private Burton Hamilton; lyrics by Lieutenant William A. Halloran, Jr.
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Broadway Girl
(music by Eric Krebs; lyrics by Eric Krebs)
Tom Brush and Girls
SpoonsA Vaudevillian
My Little Loving Baby Mine
(music by Lieutenant William A. Halloran, Jr.)
Primrose Tinney Jolson and Quartette
They've Completely Camouflaged MeSally LaBergere
My Heart Belongs to the U.S.A.Al Carleton and Chorus
When the Right Man Comes Along
(music by Leon De Costa; lyrics by Leon De Costa)
Arline Bronson and Al Carleton
ACT 2 Sung By
SweetnessPrimrose Tinney Jolson and Six Dancers
Bring Back That (Old) Yama Dance to Me
(lyrics by Russell Brown)
Al Carleton and Chorus
I'm Old Enough for a Little LovingSally LaBergere
(In My) Garden of Love for 2A Cabaret Singer and Knotta Soude
I Want the Boys Around Me
(music by Private Burton Hamilton and Sidney Marion)
Harvey Brooks and Boys
ACT 3 Sung By
Frenchie
(music by Leon De Costa; lyrics by Leon De Costa)
Ensemble
Let Me Have a Corner of Your Heart
(music by Leon De Costa; lyrics by Leon De Costa)
Harvey Brooks and Al Carleton
Visions at Twilight
(music by Leon De Costa; lyrics by Leon De Costa)
A Cabaret Singer
I'm Going Back to Mobile Alabam'Primrose Tinney Jolson and Chorus