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The Little Millionaire   

George M. Cohan's Theatre, (9/25/1911 - 3/09/1912)
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Opening Date: Sep 25, 1911    
Closing Date: Mar 09, 1912 Total Performances: 192

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: "Beaux Art," Huntington, Long Island, Spooner's Home, and the Astor Roof

Production Staff
Produced by Cohan & Harris
Book by George M. Cohan; Lyrics by George M. Cohan; Music by George M. Cohan; Musical Director: Karl Weixelbaum
Staged by George M. Cohan; Ensembles and drills staged by James Gorman
Scenic Design by Edward G. Unitt and Joseph Wickes; Costume Design by Schneider-Anderson Company
Maud AllenMiss Primper
Earl BenhamDanny Wheeler
George M. CohanRobert Spooner
Helen F. CohanMrs. Prescott
Jerry J. CohanHenry Spooner
Donald CrispEdward Plumber
William FordStarter at the "Beaux Arts"
Sydney JarvisRoscoe Handover
Jack KlendonReverend H. Henry Dodge
Tom LewisBill Costigan
Amy MortimerMary
George ParsonsGeorge Russell
Julia RalphBerdina Busby
Lila RhodesGoldie Gray
Dore RogersPoliceman
Charles W. WeilPage Boy
Josephine WhittellBertha Burnham
music by George M. Cohan; lyrics by George M. Cohan
ACT 1 Sung By
(The) New YorkersGeorge Russell and Chorus
(The) Little MillionaireRobert Spooner and Chorus
Come With Me to My BungalowDanny Wheeler and Mary
We Do the Dirty WorkRoscoe Handover and Bertha Burnham
Characteristic WaltzRobert Spooner and Goldie Gray
Drill of the SeventhGentlemen of the Chorus
Any Place the Old Flag FliesRobert Spooner and Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
The Musical MoonDanny Wheeler and Chorus
Oh, You Wonderful GirlRoscoe Handover and Bertha Burnham
Barnum Had the Right IdeaRobert Spooner
The Dancing WeddingRobert Spooner, Goldie Gray, George Russell and Chorus