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Ballyhoo of 1930   

Hammerstein's Theatre, (12/22/1930 - 2/21/1931)
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Opening Date: Dec 22, 1930    
Closing Date: Feb 21, 1931 Total Performances: 68

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: New York, Ohio, New Mexico, Arizona, Hollywood, and Beverly Hills

Production Staff
Produced by Arthur Hammerstein
Music by Louis Alter; Book by Harry Ruskin and Leighton K. Brill; Lyrics by Harry Ruskin and Leighton K. Brill; Additional lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Featuring songs with lyrics by Otto Harbach; Featuring songs by Rudolf Friml; Musical Director: Oscar Bradley
Directed by Reginald Hammerstein; Choreographed by Earl Lindsey
Scenic Design by Cirker & Robbins; Costume Design by Charles LeMaire
Eugene AldrichEnsemble
Douglas AleneJim
Rose ArmandEnsemble
Kay ArnoldEnsemble
Suzanne AustinEnsemble
Marjorie BaglinEnsemble
Stella BaileyEnsemble
James BanderTed Black's Band
Fred BarberTed Black's Band
William BlancheShorty
Grace BradleyEnsemble
Sherman BrandeTed Black's Band
J. Mardo BrownDrum Major
George BurkholderEnsemble
Arthur CardinalMr. Miner
Chaz ChaseA Gourmand
Raymond ClarkCheer Leader
Jack ColbyLarry
George CowanEnsemble
James CushmanBill Collector
Frank DaleyEnsemble
Maxine DarrellEnsemble
Sam De BonisTed Black's Band
Bill DoerflingerTed Black's Band
Walter DolanEnsemble
Al DowningHarry
Josephine DupreeEnsemble
Madelyn EubanksEnsemble
Charles EvansSam
W. C. FieldsQ.Q. Quale
Charles FowlerCheer Leader
Al GirouxTed Black's Band
Dorothy GravesEnsemble
Betty GreenwoodEnsemble
Francis GuinanEnsemble
Herbert HallCheer Leader
Grace HayesFlora Fay
Max Hoffmann, Jr.Junior
Dorothy HumphreysEnsemble
Sara JaneEnsemble
Walter JewhurstTed Black's Band
Samuel KahnTed Black's Band
Craig KershawCamera Man
Morton KingslandEnsemble
Francis KummerEnsemble
Richard LambertThe King
Jeanie LangRuth
Betty LeeEnsemble
Betty LewisEnsemble
Herbert LundSound Man
Earl McCutcheonEnsemble
Neil MooreManager
Patricia MurphyBetty
Harry MurrayEnsemble
Harvey MurrayReporter
Anthony O'DeaBank President
Anita PamEnsemble
Blanche PercyEnsemble
Theo PhaneEnsemble
Inez PurdyEnsemble
Adelaide RaleighEnsemble
Gloria RayEnsemble
Janet ReadeGoldie La Marr
Albertina RexrothEnsemble
Andy RiceWhitey Duke
Fred ShawhanCheer Leader
The Slate BrothersSmith
Robert SpencerEnsemble
Don TomkinsSam
Chester ToomerEnsemble
Winnie TorneyEnsemble
Floria VestoffVera
Val VestoffSpecialty
Herbert WeberPhotographer
Gus WickeMr. Pidgeon
Florence WinkelEnsemble
music by Louis Alter; lyrics by Harry Ruskin and Leighton K. Brill
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
How Could I Go For YouRuth, Sam and Ensemble
That Tired Feeling
(music by Rudolf Friml; lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II)
Goldie La Marr, Whitey Duke, Brown, Smith, Jones and Ensemble
No Wonder I'm Blue
(lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II)
Flora Fay
Throw It Out the WindowSam, Ruth and Ensemble
Blow Hot, Blow ColdFlora Fay, Vera and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
If I Were YouSam, Ruth and Ensemble
No Wonder I'm Blue (Reprise)
(lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II)
Ruth and Cheer Leaders
I'm One of God's Children
(lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and Harry Ruskin)
Goldie La Marr and Ensemble
I'm One of God's Children (Reprise)
(lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and Harry Ruskin)
Goldie La Marr, Ted Black's Band and Ensemble
Good Girls Love Bad MenFlora Fay, Whitey Duke, Sam, Goldie La Marr, Vera, Brown, Jones, Smith and Ensemble