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Earl Carroll's Vanities [1923]   

Earl Carroll Theatre , (7/05/1923 - 12/29/1923)
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Opening Date:Jul 05, 1923   
Closing Date:Dec 29, 1923 Total Performances:204

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts

Production Staff
Produced by Earl Carroll
Music by Earl Carroll; Lyrics by Earl Carroll; Musical Director: William Daly; Music orchestrated by Arthur Lange
Staged by William Collier; Choreographed by Sammy Lee; Ballet by Frederick Renoff
Scenic Design by R. Reid Macguire; Costume Design by Paul Arlington
Joe Cook Performer
Thelma Addison Chorus
Charles Alexander Performer
Florence Ames Chorus
Abner Barnhart Chorus
Billy Blythe Chorus
Olga Borowska Chorus
Graham Brewer Chorus
Violet Bristow Chorus
Ethel Bryant Chorus
Harry Burns Performer
Callahan Boys Performer
Mary Carney Chorus
Jean Caswell Chorus
Sarah Cavais Chorus
Lota Cheeck Chorus
Al Clair Chorus
Albert Coleman Chorus
Alden Cooke Chorus
Alan Dale Chorus
Margaret Davies Performer
Al Davis Chorus
Delmore and Lee Performer
Thelma DeLorez Chorus
Carlena Diamond Performer
Eddie Dowling Chorus
Jimmy Duffy Performer
Bernice Elen Chorus
Claire Elgin Performer
Vera Featherly Chorus
Betty Fitch Chorus
Amy Frank Performer
Frances Frost Chorus
Florence Gillingham Chorus
Roy Giusti Performer
Myrtle Glenn Chorus
Bernard Granville Performer
Bennet Green Chorus
Brooks Hall Chorus
Ruth Hargraves Chorus
Dolla Harkins Chorus
Carlos Hatvary Chorus
Sam Hermann Performer
Harry Howell Chorus
Jean Huntington Chorus
Gladys Jones Chorus
Peggy Hopkins Joyce Performer
Dorothy Knapp Performer
Mr. Lashly Performer
Gertrude Lemmon Performer
J. Frank Leslie Performer
Emily Lorraine Chorus
Polly Lux Chorus
Muriel Manners Chorus
Russell Markert Chorus
Loretta Marks Performer
George McCormick Chorus
Margaret McKay Chorus
Helen Menette Chorus
Marjorie Miller Chorus
Babette Mitchell Chorus
Mae Mitchell Chorus
Lucille Moore Chorus
Poppy Morton Chorus
Dennis Murray Chorus
Elsie Neal Chorus
Dorothy Neville Performer
Alfred Oakley Chorus
Richard Oakley Chorus
William O'Rourke Chorus
Lester Ostrander Chorus
Edith Parker Chorus
Jack Patton Performer
Cardinal Piearo Chorus
Charlotte Pleshette Chorus
Lucille Pryor Chorus
Pat Quinten Chorus
Rekoma Performer
Renoff & Renova Performer
Irene Ricardo Performer
Amy Rivere Chorus
Sunny Saunders Chorus
Charles Senna Performer
Daniel Sparks Chorus
Robert Spencer Chorus
Rose Stone Chorus
Lillian Sutherland Chorus
Florence Tempest Chorus
Al Thomas Performer
Jean Watson Chorus
George West Chorus
Flo White Chorus
Hazel Wilder Chorus
Harry Williams Chorus
Tracy Wood Chorus
Betty Wright Chorus
Patricia Wright Chorus
Mr. Wyatt Performer
Marion Youron Chorus
music by Earl Carroll; lyrics by Earl Carroll
(Unless otherwise noted)

The Birth of a New Revue
Girls Were Made For Dancing
A Suggestion of 1851
The Band Plays Home Sweet Home
Pretty Peggy
My Cretonne Girl
Get in a Bathing Suit
Spring Voices
(Chasing) Little Rainbows
Whoa Pagliacci
A Girl Is Like Sunshine
(music by William Daly and Russell J. Robinson; lyrics by Roy Turk)
Fine Feathers
Mr. Wagner's Wedding March