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Maxine Elliott's Theatre, (12/29/1942 - 1/02/1943)
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Opening Date: Dec 29, 1942    
Closing Date: Jan 02, 1943 Total Performances: 4

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: New York City


Production Staff
Produced by Dave Kramer
Music by Leo Edwards; Book by Herman Timberg; Lyrics by Herman Timberg
Directed by Herman Timberg and Dave Kramer; Choreographed by Eric Victor
Cast
Phyllis Baker
Cuddles
Joanne Barry
School Teacher
Fene Bayliss
Herman Timberg
Patricia Bright
Hildegarde
John Briter
Willie Hammerstein
Radio Announcer
Audrey Burkes
Sue
Ronny Carver
Bob
Joseph Kelly
Lou Dahlman
Groucho Marx
Dorothy Dale
Jane Nulty
Girl
Maurice Dover
Pisha Pasha
Yasha Kasha
Dokes
Peggy Fisher
Ura Hog
Girl
Irving Freeman
Walter Winchell
Jackie Green
Eddie Cantor
Harriet Greene
Ann Little
Girl
Claire Harvey
Ima Hog
Girl
Iris Karyl
Rajah
Girl
Gordon King
Johnny Boston Beans
Boy
Sal La Porta
Chico Marx
Tony Zuccini
Boy
Betty May Lee
Hazel Nulty
Girl
Alan Lester
Gus Edwards
George Lyons
Harpo Marx
Tommy Tatters
Don Marshall
Carl Dachshundt
Jack
Boy
Pat Marshall
Vera Nulty
Girl
Miss Eugene Martin
Zeppo Marx
Boy
Jack Matis
Biff Dugan
The Tough Kid
Boy
Jackie Michaels
George Jessel
Honey Murray
Freshie Buttinsky
Girl
Alan Ray
Gus Edwards
Arlene Robinson
Sassy Little
Girl
Reni Rochelle
Lola Lane
Edith Russell
Daisy Fair
Girl
Norma Shea
Mary
Maggie Grabenheimer
Judy Williams
Buddy Simon
Georgie Price
Arnold Stang
Herman Timberg
Patrick Levi
Buddy Swan
Georgie Price
Eric Victor
Ray Bolger

ACT 1 Sung By
Future Stars Gus Edwards
America Entire Company
Time and Time Again Martha
(By the Light of the) Silvery Moon (from ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1909)
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Edward Madden)
Freshie Buttinsky and Company
It Could Happen, It's Possible Joseph Kelly and Maggie Grabenheimer
All You Have to Do Is Stand There Walter Winchell, Groucho Marx, Maggie Grabenheimer and Ray Bolger
Dancing on a Rainbow Zeppo Marx, Boys and Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
Jelly Beans at Walgreen's Freshie Buttinsky, Boys and Girls
Betcha I Make Good Maggie Grabenheimer, Vera Nutty and Company
Swinging the Bhumba Lola Lane
What a Pretty Baby You Are Hildegarde
Readin', Writin', and 'Rhythmatic (School Days)
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
Maggie Grabenheimer and Entire Company