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Ziegfeld Follies of 1923   

New Amsterdam Theatre, (10/20/1923 - 5/10/1924)
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Opening Date: Oct 20, 1923    
Closing Date: May 10, 1924 Total Performances: 233

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts

Production Staff
Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.
Music by Victor Herbert, Rudolf Friml and Dave Stamper; Lyrics by Gene Buck; Sketches by: Eddie Cantor and Gene Buck; Musical Director: Oscar Radin; Additional music by Joseph McCarthy, Harry Tierney, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Blanche Merrill, Leo Edwards, Gabriel Daray, Edgar Leslie, Benton Ley, Lee David and Ambrose Thomas
Staged by Ned Wayburn
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by Erté, Alice O'Neil, Evelyn McHorter and James Reynolds
Bernice Ackerman

Ethel Allis

Ruth Andrae

Wilma Ansell

Mary Bancroft

Virginia Beardsley

Doris Bennett

Mildred Billert

Lois Blackburn

Fanny Brice

Dorothy Brown

Lilly Burgess

Catherine Burke

Marie Callahan

Cynthia Cambridge

Louise Carlton

Joan Carter Waddell

Gladys Coburn

Hettie Cooper

Roy Cropper

Margaret Cummings

Marie Dahm

Helena D'Algy

May Daw

Claire DeFitamiere

Ferral Dewees

Harland Dixon

Helen Dobbins

Andre Dumont

Paulette Duval

Dorothy Ellis

Gladys Ellison

Helen Ellsworth

Alberta Faust

Hilda Ferguson

Mme. Florianne

Harriet Fowler

Catherine Gallimore

Millie Glossop

Florentine Gosnova

Hetty Graham

Roberta Grant

Sarah Granzow

Nelle Greasley

Beryl Halley

Marion Hamilton

Helen Henderson

Jean Henderson

Lew Hern

Norah Jackson

Brooke Johns

Mary Julian

Bob Karna

Elizabeth Kay

Winnie Keane

Dorothy Kelsall

Flo Kennedy

Emma Klige

Alice Knowlton

Florence Kolinsky

Margaret Langhorne

Edna Leedom

Marjorie Leet


Virginia Magee

Maud Mansfield

Harriet Marned

Phyllis Mawer

Irma McShane

Lily McWilliams

Janet Megrew

Goodie Montgomery

Inez Moreno

Rita Moriarty

Polly Nally

Alma Nash

Raymond O'Brian

Gladys Peterson

Martha Pierre

Robert Quinault

Violet Regal

Billy Revel

Addie Rolfe

William Roselle

Iris Rowe

Gertrude Selden

Peggy Shannon

Heloise Sheppard

Harry Short

Margaret Sloan

Dave Stamper

Olga Steck

Charlotte Suddath

Beatrice Thorburn

Billie Tichenor

Dorothy Van Alst

Feon Vanmar

Hazel Vergess

Vivian Vernon

Hap Ward

Betty Warrington

Nondas Wayne

Marjorie Weaver

Arthur West

Elsie Westcott

Bert Wheeler

Betty Wheeler

Paul Whiteman

Paul Whiteman's Orchestra

Lois Wilde

Doris Wilson

Dottie Wilson

Imogene Wilson

Lily Winton

Stella Wooten

Helen Lee Worthing

Alexander Yarkovleff

Ruth Zoakay

music by Dave Stamper; lyrics by Gene Buck
(Unless otherwise noted)
Glorifying the Girls
(music by Victor Herbert)
Kayo Tortoni
Take Those Lips Away
(music by Harry Tierney; lyrics by Joseph McCarthy)
Broadway Indians (Broadway Indians of Mine)
Shake Your Feet
Lady Fair
(music by Rudolf Friml)
Maid of Gold
(music by Rudolf Friml)
Society Bud
(music by Harry Ruby; lyrics by Bert Kalmar)
Dancing Mad
(music by Leo Edwards; lyrics by Blanche Merrill)
Harlequin's Doll
(music by Gabriel Daray)
Little Old New York
(music by Victor Herbert)
I'm Bugs Over You
I'd Love to Waltz Through Life with You
(music by Victor Herbert)
So This Is Venice
(music by Ambrose Thomas; lyrics by Grant Clarke and Edgar Leslie)
The Fool
(music by Lee David; lyrics by Benton Ley)
Swanee River Blues
Legend of the Drums
(music by Victor Herbert)
On the Banks of the Wabash
Won't You Come Over and Tramp Down the Clover
When You Know You're Forgotten By the Girl You Can't
Cheer Up, Mary
Hearts and Flowers
Won't You Come Home, Bill Bailey?
I Don't Care
Good Night Finale