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Sons O' Guns   

Imperial Theatre, (11/26/1929 - 8/09/1930)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Nov 26, 1929    
Closing Date: Aug 09, 1930 Total Performances: 295

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: 1918-1919 in Rhode Island and France


Production Staff
Produced by Connolly & Swanstrom
Music by J. Fred Coots; Book by Fred Thompson and Jack Donahue; Lyrics by Arthur Swanstrom and Benny Davis; Musical Director: Max Steiner
Choreographed by Albertina Rasch; Staged by Bobby Connolly; Military Direction by Harry Holbrook, U.S.M.C.
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by Charles LeMaire
Cast
Virginia Allen
Ensemble
Russell Ash
Ensemble
Millicent Bancroft
Ensemble
Wallace Banfield
Ensemble
Firley Banks
Ensemble
Alfred Bardelang
Oswald
A German Prisoner
Ida Berry
Ensemble
Charles E. Bird
A British Officer
Jeanette Bradley
Ensemble
Leo Branson
Ensemble
Paul Bristbois
Ensemble
Edna Bunte
Ensemble
Edna Burford
Ensemble
Joe Carey
Ensemble
Michael Cavanaugh
Ensemble
Marion Chambers
Joan
Gloria Clare
Ensemble
Ann Constance
Ensemble
Billie Cortez
Ensemble
Guy Daly
Ensemble
Lili Damita
Yvonne
Del Daven
Ensemble
Gordon Davis
Ensemble
Raoul De Tisne
Pierre
Charles Dodson
U.S.A. Bugler
Robert Dohn
Parker
A German Prisoner
Jack Donahue
Jimmy Canfield
Russel Duncan
Ensemble
William Dunn
Ensemble
Byron Earle
Ensemble
Richard Ellis
Ensemble
June English
Ensemble
Michael J. Forbes
Ensemble
William Frawley
Hobson
James Garrett
Ensemble
Chris Gerard
Ensemble
Anne Goddard
Ensemble
Maerena Grady
Ensemble
Ruth Grady
Ensemble
Ethel Green
Ensemble
Della Harkins
Ensemble
Ruth Hayden
Ensemble
Muriel Hayman
Ensemble
John Heming
Ensemble
Albert Henkel
Ensemble
Eddie Hodge
Billswater
Muriel Hoey
Ensemble
Harry Holbrook
U.S.A. Captain
Clare Hooper
Ensemble
Mary Horan
Bernice Pearce
Stanley Howard
Ensemble
Topsy Humphrey
Ensemble
David Hutcheson
Major Archibald Ponsonby-Falcke
Lillian Jordan
Ensemble
Ann Karyle
Marie
Wilma Kaye
Ensemble
Nora Kildare
Ensemble
Efim Knoff
Ensemble
Fred Kruger
Ensemble
George Lamb
Ensemble
Adrienne Lampel
Ensemble
Benn K. Leavenworth
Ensemble
Preston Lewis
Ensemble
Jack Little
Ensemble
Bill Mack
Ensemble
John M. Malone
Ensemble
Frances Markey
Colette
Marcelle Miller
Ensemble
Gwendolyn Milne
Jeanette
Robert Milton
Ensemble
Henry Mirshon
Ensemble
Roderick Murray
Ensemble
Evelyn Nichols
Ensemble
Tuxie Ondex
Ensemble
Merrill Oslin
Ensemble
Ray Prescott
Ensemble
Nora Puntin
Ensemble
Sylvia Roberts
Ensemble
George Rolland
Ensemble
Carl Rose
Ensemble
Robert Saidler
Ensemble
Earle Sanford
Ensemble
Roy Santor
Ensemble
Marion Santre
Ensemble
Daniel Sparks
Ensemble
Iola Sparks
Ensemble
Jack Spiegel
Ensemble
Joseph Spree
A British Tommy
Wanda Stevenson
Ensemble
Adele Story
Ensemble
Frank Strang
Ensemble
Ray Stully
Ensemble
Ward Tallman
Ensemble
Richard Temple
General Harper
Shirley Vernon
Mary Harper
Lawrence Waite
Ensemble
Gladstone Waldrip
Ensemble
George Wallace
Ensemble
Barry Walsh
Carl Schreiber
Herbert Warren
Ensemble
Milton Watson
Arthur Travers
Tom Weldon
Ensemble
Cliff Whitcombe
Ensemble
Virginia Whitmore
Ensemble
Frances Wise
Ensemble
Josephine Wolfe
Ensemble
Victor Young
Ensemble
Isabel Zehner
Irene
music by J. Fred Coots; lyrics by Arthur Swanstrom and Benny Davis
ACT 1 Sung By
The Younger Set American Girls
May I Say that I Love You? Arthur Travers and Mary Harper
I'm That Way Over You Jimmy Canfield
We'll Be There Arthur Travers and Doughboys
The Can-canola Albertina Rasch Girls and French Peasants
Why? Yvonne and Jimmy Canfield
Cross Your Fingers Arthur Travers and Mary Harper
Red Hot and Blue Rhythm Bernice Pearce and American Entertainers
Over Here Hobson and Doughboys
It's You I Love Yvonne
ACT 2 Sung By
Let's Merge Major Archibald Ponsonby-Falcke and Bernice Pearce
Sentimental Melody Albertina Rasch Girls
There's a Rainbow on the Way Bernice Pearce and Guests