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The Queen of the Movies   

Globe Theatre, (1/12/1914 - 4/11/1914)
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Opening Date: Jan 12, 1914    
Closing Date: Apr 11, 1914 Total Performances: 104

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical Comedy in Three Acts
Setting: Washington at the present time


Production Staff
Produced by Thomas W. Ryley
Music by Jean Gilbert; Book by Glen MacDonough; Lyrics by Edward A. Paulton; Based on a German musical by Georg Okonkowsky and Julius Freund; Musical Director: Hugo Riesenfeld; Additional music by Leslie Stuart and Irving Berlin; Additional lyrics by Irving Berlin
Choreographed by Julian Mitchell; Staged by Herbert Gresham
Scenic Design by Hugo Baruch; Costume Design by Hugo Baruch
Cast
Felix Adler
Billy Hilton
Marie Arment
Chorus
Dorothy Betts
Chorus
Olga Boehm
Chorus
Eleanor Boise
Chorus
Dan Collyer
Croker
Flora Crosbie
Louise
June Dodson
Chorus
Alice Dovey
Anne Clutterbuck
J. Estevan
Greene
Truly Ewers
Chorus
John Goldsworthy
Baron Victor de Gardennes
Elsie Hamilton
Chorus
Alma Harrison
Maude
Teresa Hendricks
Chorus
Jeanette Horton
Mrs. Clutterbuck
Fred Jones
Mr. Leightlywedd
Hazel Kingdon
Chorus
May Leslie
Chorus
Hazel Lewis
Chorus
Isabel MacLeod
Chorus
Selma Mantell
Chorus
Violet McKay
Chorus
Margaret Morris
Chorus
Frank Moulan
Professor Josias Clutterbuck
Helen O'Day
Chorus
Diane Oste
May
Nancy Poole
Chorus
James Redmond
Bobby Lopp
Helen Richardson

Mildred Richardson
Bijou
Lydia Scott
Chorus
Dorothy St. Clair
Elevator Boy
Chorus
Marguerite St. Clair
Chorus
Pauline Sterling
Chorus
Jean Tyne
Agnes
Mrs. Leightlywedd
Vallie Valli
Celia Gill
Marie Wallace
Chorus
Lillian West
Chorus
June White
Bell Boy
Chorus

ACT 1 Sung By
Whistle
(music by Leslie Stuart; lyrics by Edward A. Paulton)
Anne Clutterbuck and Boys
Pardon Me If I Stutter Billy Hilton
Who Is to Know? Baron Victor de Gardennes, Anne Clutterbuck and Chorus
Follow the Crowd
(music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Irving Berlin)
Professor Josias Clutterbuck and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Forgive and Forget Baron Victor de Gardennes and Celia Gill
Oh, Cecilia Celia Gill and Professor Josias Clutterbuck
Girls, Run Along Billy Hilton and Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
When the Moon Slyly Winks in the Night Billy Hilton and Chorus
Cutie Celia Gill and Professor Josias Clutterbuck