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Fifty Million Frenchmen   

Lyric Theatre, (11/27/1929 - 7/05/1930)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Nov 27, 1929    
Closing Date: Jul 05, 1930 Total Performances: 254

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Paris


Production Staff
Produced by E. Ray Goetz
Music by Cole Porter; Book by Herbert Fields; Lyrics by Cole Porter; Musical Director: Gene Salzer
Directed by Edgar M. Woolley; Choreographed by Larry Ceballos; Production Supervised by E. Ray Goetz
Scenic Design by Norman Bel Geddes; Costume Design by Brooks Costume Company and James Reynolds
Cast
Marjorie Arnold
Chorus
Josephine Barnhardt
Chorus
Jack Barrett
Chorus
Jack Bauer
Chorus
Julia Blake
Chorus
Frank Bochetta
Chorus
Betty Bowen
Chorus
William Broder
Chorus
Helen Broderick
Violet Hildegarde
California Collegians
California Collegians
Josephine Carroll
Chorus
Billie Cline
Chorus
Betty Compton
Joyce Wheeler
Charles Conkling
Chorus
Melva Cornell
Chorus
Lester Crawford
Billy Baxter
William Culloo
Chorus
Grace Davies
Chorus
Dorothy Day
Marcelle Fouchard
Nanette Deaustro
Chorus
Jean Del Val
Le Sahib Roussin
Joe Zelli
Marguarite Denys
Chorus
Nancy Dolan
Chorus
Theresa Donahue
Chorus
Bill Douglas
Chorus
Tanya Dumova
Chorus
Valeda Duncan
Chorus
Mary Dunckley
Chorus
Lou Duthers
Oscar
Mildred Espy
Chorus
Helen Fairweather
Chorus
Jack Fraley
Chorus
William Gaxton
Peter Forbes
Regis Geary
Chorus
Charlotte Geraud
Chorus
Bob Gordon
Chorus
Eileen Gorlet
Chorus
Frances Grant
Chorus
Thurston Hall
Emmitt Carroll
Evelyn Hoey
May De Vere
Annette Hoffman
Mrs. Rosen
Larry Jason
Junior
Adelaide Kaye
Chorus
Carol Kingsbury
Chorus
Manart Kippen
The Grand Duke Ivan Ivanovitch of Russia
Meta Klinke
Chorus
Betty Knight
Chorus
Syuleen Krasnoff
Chorus
Henry Ladd
Chorus
Fifi Laimbeer
Sylvia
Robert Leonard
Mr. Ira Rosen
Lucille Lester
Chorus
Teddy Lura
Chorus
Oscar Magis
Maitre d'Hotel at the Chateau Madrid
Pansy Maness
Chorus
Jeanette Marion
Chorus
Ignacio Martinetti
Louis
John Matsin
Chorus
Lou Ann Meredith
Chorus
Bernice Mershon
Gladys Carroll
Florine Meyers
Chorus
Bob Morgan
Chorus
Gertrude Mudge
Mrs. De Vere
Frances Newbaker
Chorus
Nor Norcross
Chorus
George O'Brien
Chorus
Ethel O'Dell
Chorus
Patsy O'Keefe
Chorus
Belle Olska
Chorus
Bill O'Rourke
Chorus
Catherine Palmer
Chorus
Marjorie Phillips
Chorus
Lorraine Platt
Chorus
Blanche Poston
Chorus
Sue Rainey
Chorus
Ernest Rayburn
Chorus
Billy Reed
Boule de Neige
Anna Rex
Chorus
Marusa Roberti
Chorus
Sid Salzer
Chorus
Pearl Shepherd
Chorus
Frankie Silvers
Chorus
Billie Smith
Chorus
Marie Sorel
Chorus
Helen Splane
Chorus
Peggee Standlee
Chorus
Edna Storey
Chorus
Sam Suchman
Chorus
Jack Thompson
Michael Cummins
Marion Thompson
Chorus
Beau Tilden
Chorus
Genevieve Tobin
Looloo Carroll
Doris Toddings
Chorus
Jack Tucker
Chorus
David Tulin
Chorus
Marie Valli
Chorus
Arthur Ver Bownes
Chorus
Mario Villani
Monsieur Pernasse
music by Cole Porter; lyrics by Cole Porter
ACT 1 Sung By
A Toast to Volstead California Collegians and Men's Ensemble
You Do Something to Me Peter Forbes and Looloo Carroll
The American Express Ensemble
You've Got That Thing Michael Cummins and Joyce Wheeler
Find Me a Primitive Man May De Vere, Boule de Neige, Oscar and Ensemble
Where Would You Get Your Coat? Violet Hildegarde
Do You Want to See Paris? Peter Forbes, California Collegians and Tourists
At Longchamps Today Ensemble
Yankee Doodle Ensemble
The (Happy) Heaven of Harlem Boule de Neige, Oscar and Chorus
Why Shouldn't I Have You? Joyce Wheeler, Michael Cummins and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Somebody's Going to Throw a Big Party Ensemble
It Isn't Done Ensemble
I'm In Love Looloo Carroll, Ensemble and Ceballos' Hollywood Dancers
The Tale of an Oyster Violet Hildegarde
Paree, What Did You Do to Me? Joyce Wheeler and Michael Cummins
You Don't Know Paree Peter Forbes
I'm Unlucky at Gambling May De Vere and Ceballos' Hollywood Dancers