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Miss 1917   

Century Theatre, (11/05/1917 - 1/05/1918)
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Opening Date: Nov 05, 1917    
Closing Date: Jan 05, 1918 Total Performances: 72

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A Revue in Two Acts and 18 Scenes

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham and Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.
Book by Guy Bolton and P. G. Wodehouse; Music by Jerome Kern and Victor Herbert; Musical Director: Robert Hood Bowers; Additional lyrics by Benny Davis, Hugh Morton, Ren Shields, Harry B. Smith, Edgar Smith, Otto Harbach, James O'Dea, Henry Blossom, Stanley Murphy, Bob Cole, J. Rosamond Johnson, Joseph McCarthy, Gus Van , Joseph Schenck and C. Francis Reisner; Additional music by Gustav Kerker, Bob Cole, George Evans, John Stromberg, Karl Hoschna, Henry I. Marshall, Harry Tierney, J. Rosamond Johnson, Joseph McCarthy, Gus Van , Joseph Schenck, Edward Hutchinson and Billy Baskette
Staged by Ned Wayburn; Choreographed by Adolph Bohm
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by Paul Chaflin, Dazian, Faibsey, Lady Duff-Gordon, Cora MacGeachy, Phelps, Willy Pogany and Max Weldy
Geraldine Alexander
Diana Allen
Effie Allen
Walter Baker
Emil Barth
Louis Baum
Margie Bell
Mike Bell
Paul M. Bell
Adolph Bohm
May Borden
Polly Bowman
Kitty Boylan
James Bradley
Alma Braham
Rene Braham
Joe Brennan
Paul Briant
William Briant
Elizabeth Brice
Irene Castle
Lawrence Clark
Gladys Coburn
Cecelia Cullen
Arthur Cunningham
Peggy Dana
Marion Davies
Bessie McCoy Davis
Semone D'Herlys
Zitelka Dolores
Frank Duball
Fred DuBall
Arthur Elson
Herbert Fields
Lew M. Fields
Lottie Franklin
Pearl Franklin
Lottie Franklyn
Marie Frawley
William Fuller
Elizabeth Gardiner
Dan Gordon
Emeline Gorman
Emmet Grant
Emma Haig
Betty Hale
Marshall Hall
Pauline Hall
Betty Hamilton
Minnie Harrison
Flo Hart
Irene Hayes
Ruth Heil
Hilda Hirsch
Leonard Howard
May Irving
Leavitt James
Agnes Jepson
Amelia Johnson
Charles Jones
Peggy Hopkins Joyce
Nicholas Kane
Harry Kelly
Charles King
Myrtle King
Raymond Klages
Dorothy Klewer
Joe Knoffer
Leonore Kohler
Cecil Lean
Margit Leeraas
Rita Leeraas
Lois Leigh
Frank Leonard
May Leslie
Gladys Loftus
Jack Lynch
Cecile Markle
Albertine Marlowe
James Marr
Evangeline Marshalck
Vera Maxwell
Cleo Mayfield
Addison Mead
Helen Mooney
Margaret Morris
Vivian Morrison
Elizabeth Morton
Rosella Myers
Alla Nova
Stephen O'Rourke
Olive Osborne
John Parks
Ann Pennington
Kathryn Perry
Mlle Phyllis
Tot Qualters
James Quinn
Flora Revalles
Eugene Revere
Charles Root
Dolores Rose
Ethel Rough
Bert Savoy
Joe Schenck
Vivienne Segal
Miss Selskaya
Frank Sharp
William Shelley
Mildred Shelly
William Shelly
Yvonne Shelton
Juana Sheppard
Joseph Sparks
Irene Spencer
Murray Starr
Natasha Stephanova
Miss Sterling
Gus Stevenson
Anna Stone
Ivan Tarasov
Lilyan Tashman
Andrew Tombes
Ira Uhr
Alexander Umanski
Tortola Valencia
Gus Van
Miss Vernon
Winnie Ward
Edith Warren
John Warren
George White
Mark White
Ruby Wilbur
Mack Williams
Martha Wood
Rita Zalmani

The Mosquitos Frolic
(music by Victor Herbert)
The Society Farmerettes
(music by Victor Herbert)
(We're) Crooks
(music by Jerome Kern)
Papa Would Persist in Picking Peaches
(music by Jerome Kern)
A Dancing M.D.
(music by Jerome Kern)
That's the Picture I Want to See
(music by Jerome Kern)
The Honor System
(music by Jerome Kern)
Good-bye Broadway (from PASSING SHOW OF 1917)
(music by Billy Baskette; lyrics by Benny Davis and C. Francis Reisner)
(I'm) The Old Man in the Moon
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Benny Davis and C. Francis Reisner)
The Land Where Good Songs Go
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Benny Davis and C. Francis Reisner)
Follow On (from THE BELLE OF NEW YORK)
(music by Gustav Kerker; lyrics by Hugh Morton)
In the Good Old Summertime (from THE DEFENDER)
(music by George Evans; lyrics by Ren Shields)
Dinah (from HURLY-BURLY)
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith and Harry B. Smith)
Under the Bamboo Tree (from SALLY IN OUR ALLEY)
(music by Bob Cole and J. Rosamond Johnson; lyrics by Bob Cole and J. Rosamond Johnson)
(The) Yama Yama (Man) (from THREE TWINS)
(music by Karl Hoschna; lyrics by Otto Harbach)
Sammy (from THE WIZARD OF OZ)
(music by Edward Hutchinson; lyrics by James O'Dea)
Kiss Me Again (from MLLE. MODISTE)
(music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Henry Blossom)
(Be My Little Baby) Bumble Bee (from ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1911)
(music by Henry I. Marshall; lyrics by Stanley Murphy)
March of the Toys (from BABES IN TOYLAND)
(music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Stanley Murphy)
Toy Clog Dance
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Stanley Murphy)
We Want to Laugh
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Stanley Murphy)
A Dancing Courtship
Who's Zoo in Girl Land
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Stanley Murphy)
Midnight in Dreamy Spain
(music by Joseph McCarthy, Gus Van and Joseph Schenck; lyrics by Joseph McCarthy, Gus Van and Joseph Schenck)
Oh What a Beautiful Baby
(music by Harry Tierney; lyrics by Stanley Murphy)
The Palm Beach Girl
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Stanley Murphy)