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Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford   

Gaiety Theatre, (9/19/1910 - Closing date unknown)
George M. Cohan's Theatre, (2/13/1911 - Closing date unknown)
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Opening Date: Sep 19, 1910    
Closing Date: Closing date unknown Total Performances: 424

Category: Play, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Cohan & Harris
Additional music by Egbert Van Alstyne, Karl Hoschna and Leo Fall; Musical Director: Max Schmidt; Written by George M. Cohan; Music by George M. Cohan; from the novel by George Randolph Chester
Staged By: George M. Cohan
Stage Manager: Samuel Forest
Press Representative: Walter J. Kingsley
Ida Lee CastonGertrude Dempsey
The Landlord's Daughter
Spencer ChartersTom Donahue
A Pinkerton Detective
Edward EllisHorace Daw
"Blackie," Wallingford's Pal
Daniel GoldYosi
Wallingford's Valet
Grace GoodallBessie Meers
The Head Waitress
Hale HamiltonJ. Rufus Wallingford
A Get-Rich-Quick Man
Fletcher HarveyE.B. Lott
of the Midland Valley Lines
George K. HeneryJudge Kenneth B. Lampton
Ex-Judge, Practicing Law
Horace JamesTimothy Battles
Mayor of Battlesburg
J.C. Marlowe"Andy" Dempsey
Landlord of the Palace Hotel
Frederick MaynardRichard Welles
The Real Estate Broker
Grant MitchellEdward Lamb
The Head Clerk
Scamp MontgomeryAbe Gunther
The Bus Driver
Russell PincusWillie
The Office Boy
Purnell PrattClint Harkins
Reporter on the Blade
Frances RingFannie Jasper
A Stenographer
Frederick SeatonG.W. Battles
The Richest Man in Town
Daniel SullivanHenry Quigg
Coal and Ice Magnate
Marie TaylorMrs. "Andy" Dempsey
The Landlord's Wife
Fay WallaceDorothy Welles
Gertrude Dempsey's Chum

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