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Robinson Crusoe, Jr.   

Winter Garden Theatre, (2/17/1916 - 6/10/1916)
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Opening Date: Feb 17, 1916    
Closing Date: Jun 10, 1916 Total Performances: 139

Category: Musical, Extravaganza, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Lond Island and Robinson Crusoe's Island
Comments: 2 acts, 10 scenes, 27 musical numbers, company of 200

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Sigmund Romberg and James Hanley; Book by Edgar Smith; Lyrics by Harold Atteridge; Musical Director: Oscar Radin; Music orchestrated by Oscar Radin and Frank Saddler; Featuring songs with lyrics by Charles McCarron and Charles S. Alberte
Directed by J. C. Huffman; Choreographed by Allan K. Foster
Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman, H. Robert Law and John H. Young; Costume Design by Faibsey and Aloys Bohnen
Johnnie BerkesBob Van Astor
Sailor Johnnie
Frank CarterDick Hunter
a speed bug
Captain Dick
the pirate
Kitty DonerSusie Westbury
Sailor Jim
Lawrence D'OrsayCaptain Chichester
The Spaniard
Claude FlemmingHiram Westbury
Robinson Crusoe
Frank GraceJack Jitney
Sailor Frank
Al JolsonGus Jackson
Dick Hunter's chauffeur
Good Friday
Barry LupinoHowell Louder
Director of "The Shameless Players' Film Co."
Helen ShipmanDiana Westbury
Lady Diana
Ada AndrovaThe Voodoo Lady
Cecele ArnoChorus
Fay ArthurChorus
Faye AtkinsChorus
Dorothy BarnettChorus
Carroll BeerdChorus
Gladys BenjaminChorus
Mabel BoothChorus
Rae BowdinMazie Underwood
Coco Cola
Edward BowersFirst Constable
A Cannibal
Liverpool Jake
Eleanor BrownThe Soubrette
of "The Shameless Player's Film Co."
Slave Girl
Evelyn CarberryChorus
Margaret CarmenChorus
Helen CarringtonChorus
Mae ChesterlyChorus
Ruth ChristieChorus
Harry CohenChorus
Mme. ComontThe Star Feature
of "The Shameless Player's Film Co."
Helen DeHazzard
James ConnersA Pirate
Louisa ContiDorothy Hempstead
Slave Girl
Alfred CrockerSecond Constable
Chief Boola
Boozey Bill
Babe DakinChorus
Vivian DarvilleChorus
Harry DavisChorus
Marjorie DaytonChorus
Elizabeth DrewChorus
Bert DunlapThe Camera Man
of "The Shameless Player's Film Co."
Edna EatonChorus
Pearl EatonChorus
Martha EhrlichChorus
Florence ElmoreChorus
Jean ForbesThe Leading Lady
of "The Shameless Player's Film Co."
Mabel GreteChorus
Phyllis GreyChorus
Jean HackettChorus
Agnes HallChorus
Grace HallChorus
Ona HamiltonChorus
Rae HartleyChorus
Mabel HillChorus
Frank HolmesFrank Speed
The Spirit of Captain Kidd
Helen HudsonChorus
Alice HumphriesChorus
Kathryn JohnsonChorus
Ethel KinleyChorus
George LavenderA Movie Actor
of "The Shameless Player's Film Co."
Marie LeonardChorus
Peggy LorisChorus
Wanda LyonsGladys Brookville
Slave Girl
Ruth MaybeeChorus
Carolyn MaywoodChorus
Laura McLureChorus
Irene MitchellChorus
Marion MooneyChorus
William MorrisChorus
Sue NallyChorus
Helen NeatChorus
Florence NelsonChorus
Harry NelsonChorus
Peter O'NeillChorus
Kathryn PerryChorus
Lee PhelpsPoindexter
May PothChorus
Homer PottsChorus
Viola QuinnChorus
Betty RandolphChorus
Agnes RichterChorus
Isabelle RodriguesRosita
a Spanish dancer
Dot RozellePapita
Clint RussellChorus
Leon ShackChorus
Mildred SimonChorus
Peggy SmithChorus
Mildred StokesChorus
George ThorntonA Goat
Gladys TurnerChorus
Elinor WallaceChorus
Frank WaltersThird Constable
Shanghai Joe
Al WatsonChorus
Viola WatsonChorus
Pearl WeberChorus
Jean WhiteChorus
Lois WhitneyMiss Reel
of "The Shameless Player's Film Co."
Slave Girl
Marie WieremanChorus
Harry WilcoxThe Leading Man
of "The Shameless Player's Film Co."
Mabel WintersChorus
music by Sigmund Romberg and James Hanley; lyrics by Harold Atteridge
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Simple LifeHiram Westbury and Chorus
(You'll Have to) Gallop SomeSusie Westbury and Chorus
When You're Starring in the MoviesHowell Louder (Director of "The Shameless Players' Film Co."), The Leading Lady (of "The Shameless Player's Film Co.") and Chorus
(Go Ahead and) Dance a Little MoreDick Hunter (a speed bug), Susie Westbury, Howell Louder (Director of "The Shameless Players' Film Co."), Bob Van Astor, Jack Jitney and Chorus
Way Down Upon the Suwanee River
(music by Albert Von Tilzer; lyrics by Charles McCarron and Charles S. Alberte)
Good Friday
Now He's Got a (Beautiful) Girl
(music by Ted Snyder; lyrics by Edgar Leslie and Grant Clarke)
Good Friday
(Pretty Little) Mayflower GirlDick Hunter (a speed bug) and Diana Westbury
Happy HottentotsJack Jitney, Bob Van Astor and Chorus
My Voodoo LadyThe Voodoo Lady and Chorus
Don't Be a SailorSailor Jim, Sailor Frank, Sailor Johnnie and Chorus
Sailor's FlingFirst Constable, Second Constable and Third Constable
(My) Pirate LadyCaptain Dick (the pirate) and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Robinson CrusoeRobinson Crusoe
Spinning a Yarn
(music by John Golden; lyrics by John Golden)
Gladys Brookville and Chorus
Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula
(music by Pete Wendling; lyrics by E. Ray Goetz and Joe Young)
Good Friday
Tillie Titwillow
(music by Phil Schwartz)
Good Friday
Hunter's Fox-Trot BallDick Hunter (a speed bug) and Girls
Minstrel Days
(music by Phil Schwartz)
Manuel and Chorus