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Pleasure Bound   

Majestic Theatre , (2/18/1929 - 6/15/1929)
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Opening Date:Feb 18, 1929   
Closing Date:Jun 15, 1929 Total Performances:136

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts
Setting: New York City, Long Island, and Florida

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Muriel Pollock; Book by Harold Atteridge; Lyrics by Max Leif, Nathaniel Lief and Harold Atteridge; Additional music by Phil Baker, Maurice Rubens and Peter DeRose; Additional lyrics by Moe Jaffe, Sid Silvers, Charles Tobias, Irving Kahal and Sidney Clare; Musical Director: Harold Stern; Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger and Archey Bleyer
Staged by Lew Morton; Choreographed by Busby Berkeley and John Boyle
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps
Jannie Adams Ensemble
Phil Baker Phil Baker
Virginia Barrett Mazie
Leonore Blair Ensemble
William Bonelli Sheriff
Betty Borden Ensemble
Betty Bowman Marcella Standish
Grace Brinkley Betty
Irene Brown Ensemble
Sheila Burke Fourth Girl
Adelaide Candee Ensemble
Tito Carol Tito
Mary Chandler Second Girl
George Clidd Ensemble
Preston Coombs Ensemble
Harold Crane Mr. Westover, Sr.
Betty Dair Ensemble
First Girl
Lillian Darville Ensemble
Jack Dayton Ensemble
Marguerite De Coursey Ensemble
Adrienne DeSayles Ensemble
Gene DeViney Ensemble
Cicely Dodenham Ensemble
Dorothy Drum Jans
Evaline Engers Ensemble
Rennie Evans Ensemble
Sherry Frayne Ensemble
Mary Gibson Ensemble
George Gilday Detective
Eleanor Gordon Ensemble
Harry Gordon Ensemble
Chester Herman Eddie
Fred Hillebrand Bob Stewart
Claire Hooper Ensemble
Roy Hoyer Tom Westover
Roland Hudson Chief of the Revenue Officers
Frank Jones Pullman Porter
Rosa Kay Ensemble
Georgette Lampsi Ensemble
Elsie Lauritsen Ensemble
Sam Lee Packy
Henrietta Livingstone Pretty Girl
Ralph Locke
Richard Lowell Ensemble
Neva Lynn Ensemble
Marilyn Mack Ensemble
Thomas MacMillan Mr. Zill
Jane Manners Ensemble
Lee Manners Ensemble
Isabelle Marsh Ensemble
Virginia May Ensemble
Beth Meredith Ensemble
Evelyn Monte Ensemble
Rosita Morena Pepita
Paco Moreno Senor Alvarez
Vivian Morgan Ensemble
John Humphrey Muldowney Specialty
Eddie Murray Ensemble
Margot Nelson Ensemble
Hazzard Newberry Ensemble
Lucille Osborn Ensemble
Ruth Parker Ensemble
Jack Pearl Herman Pfeiffer
Rudolph Fisher
Irene Peck Ensemble
Agatha Phillips Ensemble
Third Girl
Marion Phillips Ensemble
Tommy Schmidt Ensemble
Mae Selden Ensemble
Al Shaw Paisley
Emily Sherman Ensemble
Kay Simmons Ensemble
John Slattery Second Revenue Officer
Allie Smith Homely Girl
Aileen Stanley Lola Hopkins
Bobbie Storey Ensemble
Dolly Thain Ensemble
James Thompson First Revenue Officer
Betty Van Allen Ensemble
Veloz and Yolanda Dancers
Rosalind Wishon Dolly
music by Muriel Pollock; lyrics by Max Lief, Nathaniel Lief and Harold Atteridge
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
We Love to Go to Work Dancers, Show Girls, Boys and Jack Donahue-John Boyle Girls
Just Suppose
(music by Maurice Rubens and Phil Baker; lyrics by Moe Jaffe and Sid Silvers)
Betty and Tom Westover
We'll Get Along Bob Stewart, Marcella Standish, Jack Donahue-John Boyle Girls, Boys and Girls
Cross Word Puzzles Paisley and Packy
Park Avenue Strut
(music by Maurice Rubens and Phil Baker; lyrics by Moe Jaffe and Harold Atteridge)
Betty, Tom Westover, Pepita, Bob Stewart, Dancers and Boys
(Sweet Little) Mannikin Dolls
(music by Maurice Rubens and Phil Baker)
Specialty, Dancers and Jack Donahue-John Boyle Girls
ACT 2Sung By
Spanish Fado Tito, Pepita, Dancers and Models
My Melody Man
(music by Peter DeRose; lyrics by Charles Tobias and Sidney Clare)
Phil Baker and Lola Hopkins
(You Can't Take Away) The Things That Were Made for Love
(music by Peter DeRose; lyrics by Charles Tobias and Irving Kahal)
Phil Baker and Lola Hopkins
Why Do You Tease Me? Phil Baker and Lola Hopkins
Glory of Spring Dancers, Tito and MacQuarrie Harp Ensemble