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Pretty Mrs. Smith   

 
Casino Theatre , (9/21/1914 - 10/31/1914)
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Opening Date:Sep 21, 1914   
Closing Date:Oct 31, 1914 Total Performances:48

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Palm Beach, Florida at the present time


Production Staff
Produced by Oliver Morosco
Book by Oliver Morosco and Elmer Harris; Music by Henry James and Alfred G. Robyn; Lyrics by Earl Carroll; Musical Director: John Lund; Additional music by Billy Gould, Ashlyn and Sydney Grant; Additional lyrics by Billy Gould, Ashlyn and Sydney Grant
Staged by T. Daniel Frawley
Scenic Design by Robert Brunton, Homer Emens and Kellam; Costume Design by Melville Ellis, Lucile and Clarice
Cast
Theodore Babcock Ferdinand Smith
Daisy Burton Mrs. Tom Wilson
J. H. Childs Paul Hunter
Morosco California Quartette
Louise Cook Miss Helen Partington
Marie De Marquis Miss Phoebe Snow
Claude Flemming Frank Smith
James A. Gleason
Broadway debut
George
Sydney Grant Bobby Jones
Charlotte Greenwood Letititia Proudfoot
Mlle. Marcelle Henriette
Dolores Parquette Miss Prudence Morris
Harold Proctor Hal Dorsey
Morosco California Quartette
Charles Purcell Forest Smith
J. Richard Ryan Tim Wilson
Morosco California Quartette
Fritzi Scheff Drucilla Smith
Grace Shaw Mrs. Marian Dalzell
Lillian Tucker Myrtle Adair
J. Van Ryan Morosco California Quartette
Dick Potter
Ocie Williams Mrs. Waldemar Hayes

ACT 1Sung By
Drucilla
(music by Alfred G. Robyn; lyrics by Earl Carroll)
Myrtle Adair and Ladies
The Bensonhurst Gavotte
(music by Alfred G. Robyn; lyrics by Earl Carroll)
Letititia Proudfoot and Bobby Jones
The Plain Ol' Name o' Smith
(music by Alfred G. Robyn; lyrics by Earl Carroll)
Frank Smith, Forest Smith, Ferdinand Smith and Bobby Jones
Love Has Come to Live in Our House
(music by Henry James; lyrics by Earl Carroll)
Frank Smith, Drucilla Smith, Ladies and Gentlemen
ACT 2Sung By
Let Bygones Be Bygones
(music by Alfred G. Robyn; lyrics by Earl Carroll)
Drucilla Smith and Frank Smith
Mississippi, You're a Grand Old Girl
(music by Ashlyn and Billy Gould; lyrics by Ashlyn and Billy Gould)
Letititia Proudfoot and Bobby Jones
Pretty Mrs. Smith
(music by Henry James; lyrics by Earl Carroll)
Drucilla Smith, Quartette and Ladies
ACT 3Sung By
Dawn in Florida
(music by Henry James; lyrics by Earl Carroll)
Guests
My Dream of Dreams
(music by Alfred G. Robyn; lyrics by Earl Carroll)
Drucilla Smith and Quartette
Long, Lean, Lank Letty
(music by Sydney Grant; lyrics by Sydney Grant)
Letititia Proudfoot