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Good Morning, Judge   

 
Shubert Theatre, (2/06/1919 - 6/06/1919)
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Opening Date: Feb 06, 1919    
Closing Date: Jun 06, 1919 Total Performances: 140

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Mr. Meebles' home in West Hampstead



Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Lionel Monckton and Howard Talbot; Book by Fred Thompson; from the farce "The Magistrate" by Arthur Wing Pinero; Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank; Musical Director: Frank P. Paret; Additional music by Bert Grant, George Gershwin and Louis Silvers; Additional lyrics by Buddy DeSylva, Irving Caesar, Alfred Bryan, Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young
Directed by Wybert Stamford; Choreographed by Jack Mason
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge and William Castle; Costume Design by Samuel Zalud
Cast
Katherine AlexanderRose Ingleby
Frederick AnnerleyInspector Eason
Georgine BakerMargaret Hayes
Claire BenedictChorus
May BordenChorus
Mary BrittainChorus
Shep CampMr. Burridge
Cecil ClovellyCuthbert Sutten
Yvonne Clovelly
Eileen CottyTurner
Harold CraneAlbany Pope
Cunningham and ClementsArtists
Margaret DaleMillicent Meebles
Norma DaleChorus
Grace DanielsDiana Fairlie
Gladys DavisChorus
Jean De La ValleJuniori Fratti
Peggy DempseyChorus
Aleta DoreDance Specialty
Sadye EverettChorus
Dorothy FlamChorus
Dorothy FlammChorus
Gene FlemingChorus
Nellie Graham-DentAn Elderly Lady
Harriet GustinChorus
Harriete GustineChorus
Elma GyldenChorus
Peggy HanselChorus
Ellyn HarcourtAttendant
S. HarveyChorus
George HassellHoratio Meebles
Alfred HesseNapoleon
Charles M. HintonSergeant Dix
Constance HuntingtonChorus
Robert HurstChorus
Lola JoyceChorus
Charles KingHughie Cavanaugh
Mollie KingJoy Chatterton
Nellie KingWinnie Sweet
Emilie LeaJene
Betty MarshallChorus
Edward MartindelColonel Bagot
Robert McClellanConstable Styles
L. R. NelsonChorus
Raymond OakesLyall Heeson-Gallway
Hal PeelChorus
Jesse PhillipChorus
Betty PierceKatie Muirhead
Edith PollackChorus
Peggy RadfordChorus
Josephine RayChorus
William RaymondChorus
Eva RutherfordChorus
Helene ShawElsie Erskine
Laila StanleyChorus
Ashton TongeMr. Honeyball
Helen TrainerChorus
Helen TrainorChorus
Robert VivianCash
music by Lionel Monckton and Howard Talbot; lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Adrian Ross
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
A Game That Ends with a KissJoy Chatterton and Girls
That Has Nothing to Do with YouJoy Chatterton, Hughie Cavanaugh and Katie Muirhead
Make Hay (Little Girl)Diana Fairlie and Girls
Young Folks and Old FolksMillicent Meebles, Diana Fairlie, Hughie Cavanaugh, Mr. Burridge and Horatio Meebles
(I've Got a Pair of) Swinging Doors (That Lead Right Into My Heart)
(music by Bert Grant; lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young)
Hughie Cavanaugh and Girls
Oh, That We Two Were MarryingMillicent Meebles and Horatio Meebles
I Am So Young and You Are So Beautiful
(music by George Gershwin; lyrics by Alfred Bryan and Irving Caesar)
Joy Chatterton and Hughie Cavanaugh
ACT 2 Sung By
Sporty BoysHughie Cavanaugh and Horatio Meebles
Dink Doodle DickyJoy Chatterton, Hughie Cavanaugh and Ensemble
I Am the Boy (and I Am the Girl)
(music by Louis Silvers; lyrics by Buddy DeSylva)
Joy Chatterton
Midnight CabaretEnsemble
Pansy DayKatie Muirhead and Ensemble
I Want To Go Bye-ByeHoratio Meebles and Girls