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Streets of Paris   

Broadhurst Theatre, (6/19/1939 - 2/10/1940)
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Opening Date: Jun 19, 1939    
Closing Date: Feb 10, 1940 Total Performances: 274

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Setting: Paris


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.); Produced in association with Olsen & Johnson
Sketches by Tom McKnight, Charles Sherman, S. Jay Kaufman, Mitchell Hodges, Edward Duryea Dowling, James La Ver, Frank Eyton and Lee Brody; Music by James McHugh; Lyrics by Al Dubin; Additional numbers by Harold J. Rome; Music arranged by Hans Spialek; Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
Directed by Edward Duryea Dowling; Dances and Ensembles Staged by Robert Alton; Consultant on Production Jean Le Seyeux
Scenic Design by Lawrence L. Goldwasser; Costume Design by Irene Sharaff; Lighting Design by Edward Duryea Dowling
Company Manager: David Finestone
Stage Manager: Archie Thomson; Assistant Stage Mgr: Morry Efron and Jack Bell
Conducted by John McManus
General Press Representative: C. P. Greneker; Press Representative: Reuben Rabinovitch
Cast
Bud Abbott
"Customs" Performer
"On the Boulevard" Performer
Manager
"Rest Cure"
Capi
"That's Music"
"The French Have a Word for It" Featured Performer
Bobby Clark
Photographer
"The Photographer"
"Is It Possible?" Singer
Marie's Father
"The Convict's Return"
Michael
"The Convict's Return"
Armand
"The Convict's Return"
Warden
"The Convict's Return"
Man
"A Noel Coward Custom"
"Robert the Roue" Performer
Mr. Migglesworth
"The Spy"
Mr. Prout
"That's Music"
"The French Have a Word for It" Featured Performer
Lou Costello
"Customs" Performer
"On the Boulevard" Performer
Searcher
"Rest Cure"
Marcel
"That's Music"
"The French Have a Word for It" Featured Performer
Luella Gear
First Woman
"In Paris"
Mrs. Satterthwaite Chalmers
"The Photographer"
Odette De Brioche
"The Queen of Paris"
Marie
"The Convict's Return"
Second Girl
"A Noel Coward Custom"
Mrs. Migglesworth
"The Spy"
"The French Have a Word for It" Featured Performer
Carmen Miranda
"South American Way" Featured Performer
"The French Have a Word for It" Featured Performer
Yvonne Bouvier
"Rendezvous in Paris" Singer
"History is Made at Night" Singer
"We Live of Love" / "We Haven't Got A Pot to Cook In" Dancer
Yvonne
"The Spy"
Billy Branch
Apache
"Is it Possible?"
Gower Champion
Le Fils Americain
"Thanks For the Francs"
Cadet
"The Queen of Paris"
"South American Way" Dancer
"We Live of Love" / "We Haven't Got A Pot to Cook In" Dancer
"Reading, Writing and a Little Bit of Rhythm" Dancer
Ben Dova
Featured Act
Gloria Gilbert
"We Live of Love" / "We Haven't Got A Pot to Cook In" Dancer
Monsieur "Think A Drink" Hoffman
"Rendezvous in Paris" Featured performer
Hylton Sisters
"Thanks for The Francs" Singer
"Three Little Maids" Singer
"South American Way" Singer
"Reading, Writing and a Little Bit of Rhythm" Singer
"Three Little Maids - Later" Singer
Margaret Irving
Second Woman
"In Paris"
First Girl
"A Noel Coward Custom"
Nurse
"Rest Cure"
Magda Kari
Apache
"Is it Possible?"
Della Lind
"Danger in the Dark" Singer
"Is It Possible?" Singer
"South American Way" Singer
John McCauley
"Rendezvous Time in Paris" Waiter
Mr. Satterthwaite Chalmers
"The Photographer"
"A Noel Coward Custom" Announcer
Doctor
"Rest Cure"
Gendarme
"The Spy"
Jeanne Readinger
"Thanks for The Francs" Dancer
"Danger in the Dark" Dancer
"South American Way" Dancer
"Reading, Writing and a Little Bit of Rhythm" Dancer
Jo Readinger
"Thanks for The Francs" Dancer
"Danger in the Dark" Dancer
"South American Way" Dancer
"Reading, Writing and a Little Bit of Rhythm" Dancer
Buddy Roberts
Photographer's Assistant
"The Photographer"
Jeanne Tyler
La Jeune Fille Americaine
"Thanks For the Francs"
"South American Way" Dancer
"We Live of Love" / "We Haven't Got A Pot to Cook In" Dancer
"Reading, Writing and a Little Bit of Rhythm" Dancer
Ward & Van
Featured Act
Milton Watson
"Thanks for The Francs" Singer
"Danger in the Dark" Singer
"Rendezvous in Paris" Singer
"The Convict's Return" Announcer
"South American Way" Singer
"We Live of Love" / "We Haven't Got A Pot to Cook In" Singer
Lincoln Wilmerton
Bellboy
"The Spy"
Mary Ann
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
La Mère Americaine
"Thanks For the Francs"
Alice Anthony
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Mlle.
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Billy Aubrey
Performer
Betty Bartley
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Barbara Beech
Une Beaute
"The Streets of Paris"
Model
"The Photographer"
"Blanc"
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Avec le Roi
"History is Made at Night"
Fruiterer
"Rest Cure"
Flora Bowes
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Trudy Burke
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Lucy Chandler
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Mlle.
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Aina Constant
Une Beaute
"The Streets of Paris"
"Argent"
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Avec Les Bettes Noires
"History is Made at Night"
Richard D'Arcy
Monsieur
"The Ensemble Speaks"
L'Apache
"Thanks For the Francs"
"Brun"
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Shannon Dean
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Mlle.
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Enez Early
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Mlle.
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Hugh Ellsworth
Monsieur
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Le Père Americain
"Thanks For the Francs"
"Danger in the Dark" Dancer
"Noir"
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Stroller
"Rest Cure"
Peggy Galimore
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Jackie Gateley
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Mlle.
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Arthur Grahl
Monsieur
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Lynda Grey
Une Beaute
"The Streets of Paris"
"Brun"
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Avec le Soldat
"History is Made at Night"
Margaret Hall
Une Beaute
"The Streets of Paris"
"Rendezvous in Paris" Ensemble
Avec le Chien
"History is Made at Night"
William Hawley
Monsieur
"The Ensemble Speaks"
"Rouge"
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Mildred Hughes
Une Beaute
"The Streets of Paris"
"Noir"
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Avec les Hillbillies
"History is Made at Night"
Henning Irgens
Monsieur
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Un Depute
"Thanks For the Francs"
"Rendezvous in Paris" Ensemble
Apache
"Is it Possible?"
Marguerite James
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Mlle.
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Charles La Torre
Performer
Edith Lambot
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Mlle.
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Nancy Lewis
Une Beaute
"The Streets of Paris"
"Rendezvous in Paris" Ensemble
Avec les Vieux
"History is Made at Night"
Lillian Lillemy
Assistant
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Hugh Martin
Monsieur
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Maxine Martin
Une Beaute
"The Streets of Paris"
"Rouge"
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Avec les Enfants
"History is Made at Night"
Stroller
"Rest Cure"
Michael Moore
Monsieur
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Un Depute
"Thanks For the Francs"
"Blanc"
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Apache
"Is it Possible?"
Frederic Nay
Monsieur
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Un Depute
"Thanks For the Francs"
"Danger in the Dark" Dancer
"Blond"
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Olive Nicholson
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Mlle.
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Mary Ann O'Brien
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Frances O'Day
Une Beaute
"The Streets of Paris"
"Blond"
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Avec le Gros
"History is Made at Night"
Horticulturalist
"Rest Cure"
Leona Olsen
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Mischa Pompianov
Monsieur
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Un Depute
"Thanks For the Francs"
"Rendezvous Time in Paris" Waiter
Jean Sablon
Performer
Bernice Smith
Assistant
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Tony Stuart
Mademoiselle
"The Ensemble Speaks"
Ramon Vinay
Performer
Edward Wells
Monsieur
"The Ensemble Speaks"
"Danger in the Dark" Dancer
"Argent"
"Rendezvous Time in Paris"
Palmist
"Rest Cure"
Gendarme
"The Spy"
Lincoln Wilderton
Performer

ACT 1
The Streets of Paris
Thanks for the Francs
Danger in the Dark
Three Little Maids
Is It Possible?
Doin' the Chamberlain
Rendezvous Time in Paris
South American Way
ACT 2
History is Made at Night
We (Can) Live on Love/We Haven't Got a Pot to Cook In
Robert the Roué (from Reading, Pa.)
Reading, Writing and a Little Bit of Rhythm
Three Little Maids (Reprise)
The French Have a Word For It
   
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