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Longacre Theatre, (1/30/1924 - 6/28/1924)
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Opening Date: Jan 30, 1924    
Closing Date: Jun 28, 1924 Total Performances: 174

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Jimmie Farnsworth's home on Long Island

Production Staff
Produced by L. Lawrence Weber
Book by William Le Baron; Music by Con Conrad; Lyrics by William B. Friedlander; Musical Director: Hilding Anderson
Staged by William B. Friedlander; Choreographed by Larry Ceballos
Scenic Design by Karl O. Amend; Costume Design by Mabel Johnstone
Conducted by Hilding Anderson; Music Manager: Al Sater; Violin: Ben Weinroth and Abe Shapiro; Banjo and Violin: Lou Lombard; Cello: Alex Reiser; String Bass and Bass Saxophone: Hyman Millard; Solo Saxophone and Clarinet: Wilbur Goodman; Saxophone and Flute: Angelo Matera; Saxophone and Oboe: Walter Hegner; Bassoon: Frank Leon; Solo Trumpet: Rick Adkins; Trumpet: Al Morgen; Trombone: Lee Rivers; Percussion: Maurice Blashe; Piano: Al Sater
Maxine Brown
Betty Duncan
Glen Dale
George Van Horne
Elsa Erst
Suzanne Franklin
Ernest Glendinning
Peter Darby
Allyn King
Louise Endicott
Robinson Newbold
Helen O'Shea
Louis Simon
Jimmie Farnsworth
Alden Cooke
William Cooper
Ward Fox
Jack Fraley
Bobby Galvin
Sylvia Highton
Frank Kimball
Helenya Koski
East Indian Girl
Gertrude Livingstone
South Sea Island Girl
The Lorraine Sisters
Special Dancers
Thomas Maynard
Bert McGuinnes
Agusta Orell
Japanese Girl
Elsie Schaeffer
Bob Sutherland
Irene Swor
Norah White
Arabian Girl
Minerva Wilson
music by Con Conrad; lyrics by William B. Friedlander
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Fair Weather Friends Jimmie Farnsworth and Men
The Daffydill Suzanne Franklin and Ensemble
If I Were the Hoi Polloi Betty Duncan and Brooks
Forever George Van Horne and Ensemble
How Can a Lady Be Certain Suzanne Franklin and Ensemble
Aren't We All Peter Darby and Ensemble
Say It Again Betty Duncan and Brooks
ACT 2 Sung By
On Such a Night Brooks, George Van Horne, Peter Darby and Jimmie Farnsworth
In a Bungalow Marie and Peter Darby
Turn on the Popular Moon Suzanne Franklin and Chorus
How Do I Know He Loves Me? Suzanne Franklin
The Passing of the Night Instrumental
Don't Put Me Out of Your Heart
(music by William B. Friedlander)
Jimmie Farnsworth, Suzanne Franklin and Chorus
Dancing Betty Duncan and Men
Honeymoon Blues Peter Darby, Marie and Chorus