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The Man from Cook's   

New Amsterdam Theatre, (3/25/1912 - 4/20/1912)
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Opening Date: Mar 25, 1912    
Closing Date: Apr 20, 1912 Total Performances: 32

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Paris and Naples

Production Staff
Produced by Klaw & Erlanger
Music by Raymond Hubbell; Book by Henry Blossom; Lyrics by Henry Blossom; Based on a French story by Maurice Ordonneau; Musical Director: Anton Heindl; Music orchestrated by Frank Saddler
Staged by Ben Teal
Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson; Scenic Design by Walter Burridge and Ernest Gros
Flavia Arcaro
Madame Leontine
Fred A. Bishop
J.T. Chaillee
John J. Dempsey
T. Laurence O'Donnell
Bessie Durant
Josephine Harriman
Stella Hoban
Marjorie Benton
W. Hobart
Bena Hoffman
La Belle Tortino
Leslie Kenyon
Lord Fitz-Bertie Baffingfone
Adele Kornau
May Leslie
Nonette Lyle
Antonio Moreno
John Daly Murphy
Zachary Benton
Marion Murray
Mrs. Benton
Eleanor Pendleton
Estelle du Bois
Walter Percival
Prince Victor de Champagnax
William Pinkham
Leonard de Biron
Frances Rubens
Daisy Rudd
Rene Thornton
Fred Walton
Toto Soulard
music by Raymond Hubbell; lyrics by Henry Blossom
ACT 1 Sung By
Just As You Are Toto Soulard and Estelle du Bois
My Girl of Chance Prince Victor de Champagnax
All for You Prince Victor de Champagnax and Marjorie Benton
(A) Little Tin Soldier Toto Soulard, Estelle du Bois and Chorus
Doctor's, Doctor's Zachary Benton, Toto Soulard and Leonard de Biron
ACT 2 Sung By
You and I Marjorie Benton and Prince Victor de Champagnax
We Can't Do Without (the) Men Estelle du Bois and Tourists
A Little Pot of Tea Lord Fitz-Bertie Baffingfone and Girls
A Little World for Two Marjorie Benton and Prince Victor de Champagnax