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Earl Carroll's Sketch Book [1929]   

A Musical Revue in Two Acts
 
Earl Carroll Theatre , (7/01/1929 - 9/1929)
44th Street Theatre , (9/30/1929 - 3/1930)
46th Street Theatre , (3/10/1930 - 6/07/1930)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Jul 01, 1929   
Closing Date:Jun 07, 1930 Total Performances:392

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts
Comments: Production included a movie with Eddie Cantor.


Production Staff
Produced by Earl Carroll
Music by E.Y. Harburg and Jay Gorney; Book by Earl Carroll, Sidney Skolsky and Eddie Cantor; Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg and Jay Gorney; Conceived by Earl Carroll; Additional text by Eddie Welch; Additional numbers by Billy Rose, Vincent Rose, Harry Tobias, Charles Tobias, Benny Davis, Ted Snyder, Renee Russell, Charles L. Sansone, Irving Kahal, Arnold Johnson, Jean Hubert, Irving Actman and Abner Silver; Music orchestrated by Domenico Savino
Production Supervised by Earl Carroll; Directed by Edgar MacGregor; Choreographed by Leroy J. Prinz
Art and technical direction by Bernard Lohmuller; Scenic Design by Joseph Teichner Studios and Hugh Willoughby; Costume Design by Florence Weber; Costumes Executed By: Arlington
Conducted by Ray Kavanaugh
Cast
Irene Ahlberg Ensemble
Eleanor Ahren Ensemble
Violet Arnold Ensemble
Faith Bacon Ensemble
Harry Blue Ensemble
Dorothy Britton Ensemble
Marian Carew Ensemble
Dorothy Carroll Ensemble
Slim Cavanaugh Ensemble
Catherine Clark Ensemble
Elsie Connor Ensemble
Evelyn Crowell Ensemble
Janet Currie Ensemble
Nancy Decker Ensemble
Frances Delacy Ensemble
William Demarest Ensemble
Grace Du Faye Ensemble
Sammy Duncan Ensemble
Carlton Emmy Ensemble
Maryjo Engers Ensemble
Ann Faye Ensemble
Collette Francis Ensemble
Dorothea Frank Ensemble
Estelle Fratus Ensemble
Louise Garnett Ensemble
Bob Geraghty Ensemble
George Givot Ensemble
Marion Harcke Ensemble
Angeline Hassel Ensemble
Eileen Healy Ensemble
Don Howard Ensemble
Bert Jason Ensemble
Renee Johnson Ensemble
Frances Joyce Ensemble
Margaret Joyce Ensemble
Henrietta Kay Ensemble
Patsy Kelly Ensemble
Nelda Kincaid Ensemble
Will Mahoney Ensemble
Mary Masher Ensemble
Vera Milton Ensemble
Odessa Morgan Ensemble
Marion O'Day Ensemble
Omar Ensemble
Catherine O'Neil Ensemble
Irma Philbin Ensemble
Peggy Purcell Ensemble
Blanche Reeves Ensemble
Bob Robson Ensemble
Etna Ross Ensemble
Winifred Starr Ensemble
Rita Stone Ensemble
Three Sailors Ensemble
Phelps Twins Ensemble
Beryl Wallace Ensemble
Flo Ward Ensemble
Eileen Wenzel Ensemble
Diana White Ensemble
Vivian Wilson Ensemble
Coly Worth Ensemble
Gracie Worth Ensemble

ACT 1
Legs, Legs, Legs
(music by Jay Gorney; lyrics by E.Y. Harburg)
Song of Symbols
(music by Jay Gorney and E.Y. Harburg; lyrics by E.Y. Harburg and Jay Gorney)
For Someone I Love
(music by Ted Snyder; lyrics by Benny Davis)
Honolulu
(music by Jay Gorney and E.Y. Harburg; lyrics by E.Y. Harburg and Jay Gorney)
Song of the Moonbeams
(music by Vincent Rose; lyrics by Charles Tobias and Harry Tobias)
Kinda Cute
(music by Jay Gorney; lyrics by E.Y. Harburg)
Fascinating You
(music by Benee Russell, Charles Tobias, Harry Tobias and Vincent Rose; lyrics by Benee Russell, Charles Tobias, Harry Tobias and Vincent Rose)
Like Me Less -- Love Me More
(music by Jay Gorney; lyrics by E.Y. Harburg)
Crashing the Golden Gates
(music by Jay Gorney; lyrics by E.Y. Harburg)
ACT 2
Rhythm of the Waves
(music by Vincent Rose; lyrics by Charles Tobias and Harry Tobias)
You Beautiful So and So
(music by Ted Snyder; lyrics by Billy Rose)
Don't Hang Your Dreams on a Rainbow
(music by Arnold Johnson; lyrics by Irving Kahal)
Tip-Toe Tip-Tap
(music by Irving Actman; lyrics by Jean Hubert)
Papa Likes a Hot Papoose
(music by Jay Gorney; lyrics by E.Y. Harburg)
Lillie
My Sunny South
(music by Abner Silver; lyrics by Abner Silver)