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Sons O' Guns   

Imperial Theatre, (11/26/1929 - 8/09/1930)
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Opening Date: Nov 26, 1929    
Closing Date: Aug 09, 1930 Total Performances: 295

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: 1918-1919 in Rhode Island and France

Production Staff
Produced by Connolly & Swanstrom
Music by J. Fred Coots; Book by Fred Thompson and Jack Donahue; Lyrics by Arthur Swanstrom and Benny Davis; Musical Director: Max Steiner
Choreographed by Albertina Rasch; Staged by Bobby Connolly; Military Direction by Harry Holbrook, U.S.M.C.
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by Charles LeMaire
Virginia AllenEnsemble
Russell AshEnsemble
Millicent BancroftEnsemble
Wallace BanfieldEnsemble
Firley BanksEnsemble
Alfred BardelangOswald
A German Prisoner
Ida BerryEnsemble
Charles E. BirdA British Officer
Jeanette BradleyEnsemble
Leo BransonEnsemble
Paul BristboisEnsemble
Edna BunteEnsemble
Edna BurfordEnsemble
Joe CareyEnsemble
Michael CavanaughEnsemble
Marion ChambersJoan
Gloria ClareEnsemble
Ann ConstanceEnsemble
Billie CortezEnsemble
Guy DalyEnsemble
Lili DamitaYvonne
Del DavenEnsemble
Gordon DavisEnsemble
Raoul De TisnePierre
Charles DodsonU.S.A. Bugler
Robert DohnParker
A German Prisoner
Jack DonahueJimmy Canfield
Russel DuncanEnsemble
William DunnEnsemble
Byron EarleEnsemble
Richard EllisEnsemble
June EnglishEnsemble
Michael J. ForbesEnsemble
William FrawleyHobson
James GarrettEnsemble
Chris GerardEnsemble
Anne GoddardEnsemble
Maerena GradyEnsemble
Ruth GradyEnsemble
Ethel GreenEnsemble
Della HarkinsEnsemble
Ruth HaydenEnsemble
Muriel HaymanEnsemble
John HemingEnsemble
Albert HenkelEnsemble
Eddie HodgeBillswater
Muriel HoeyEnsemble
Harry HolbrookU.S.A. Captain
Clare HooperEnsemble
Mary HoranBernice Pearce
Stanley HowardEnsemble
Topsy HumphreyEnsemble
David HutchesonMajor Archibald Ponsonby-Falcke
Lillian JordanEnsemble
Ann KaryleMarie
Wilma KayeEnsemble
Nora KildareEnsemble
Efim KnoffEnsemble
Fred KrugerEnsemble
George LambEnsemble
Adrienne LampelEnsemble
Benn K. LeavenworthEnsemble
Preston LewisEnsemble
Jack LittleEnsemble
Bill MackEnsemble
John M. MaloneEnsemble
Frances MarkeyColette
Marcelle MillerEnsemble
Gwendolyn MilneJeanette
Robert MiltonEnsemble
Henry MirshonEnsemble
Roderick Murray Ensemble
Evelyn NicholsEnsemble
Tuxie OndexEnsemble
Merrill OslinEnsemble
Ray PrescottEnsemble
Nora PuntinEnsemble
Sylvia RobertsEnsemble
George RollandEnsemble
Carl RoseEnsemble
Robert SaidlerEnsemble
Earle SanfordEnsemble
Roy SantorEnsemble
Marion SantreEnsemble
Daniel SparksEnsemble
Iola SparksEnsemble
Jack SpiegelEnsemble
Joseph SpreeA British Tommy
Wanda StevensonEnsemble
Adele StoryEnsemble
Frank StrangEnsemble
Ray StullyEnsemble
Ward TallmanEnsemble
Richard TempleGeneral Harper
Shirley VernonMary Harper
Lawrence WaiteEnsemble
Gladstone WaldripEnsemble
George WallaceEnsemble
Barry WalshCarl Schreiber
Herbert WarrenEnsemble
Milton WatsonArthur Travers
Tom WeldonEnsemble
Cliff WhitcombeEnsemble
Virginia WhitmoreEnsemble
Frances WiseEnsemble
Josephine WolfeEnsemble
Victor YoungEnsemble
Isabel ZehnerIrene
music by J. Fred Coots; lyrics by Arthur Swanstrom and Benny Davis
ACT 1 Sung By
The Younger SetAmerican Girls
May I Say that I Love You?Arthur Travers and Mary Harper
I'm That Way Over YouJimmy Canfield
We'll Be ThereArthur Travers and Doughboys
The Can-canolaAlbertina Rasch Girls and French Peasants
Why?Yvonne and Jimmy Canfield
Cross Your FingersArthur Travers and Mary Harper
Red Hot and Blue RhythmBernice Pearce and American Entertainers
Over HereHobson and Doughboys
It's You I LoveYvonne
ACT 2 Sung By
Let's MergeMajor Archibald Ponsonby-Falcke and Bernice Pearce
Sentimental MelodyAlbertina Rasch Girls
There's a Rainbow on the WayBernice Pearce and Guests