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Andre Charlot's Revue of 1924   

 
Times Square Theatre , (1/09/1924 - circa. 4/1924)
Selwyn Theatre , (4/21/1924 - circa. 8/1924)
Times Square Theatre , (9/01/1924 - 9/20/1924)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Jan 09, 1924   
Closing Date:Sep 20, 1924 Total Performances:298

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



ACT 1
How D'You Do
(music by Philip Braham; lyrics by Ronald Jeans and Eric Blore)
Ready to Work (from YES!, London)
(music by Norah Blaney; lyrics by Dion Titheradge)
There Are Times (from A TO Z, London)
(music by Ivor Novello; lyrics by Ronald Jeans)
Parisian Pierrot (from LONDON CALLING, London)
(music by Noël Coward; lyrics by Noël Coward)
I Was Meant for You (from LONDON CALLING, London)
(music by Eubie Blake; lyrics by Noble Sissle)
Little Go Getter
(music by Philip Braham; lyrics by Clifford Seyler)
I Don't Know (from LONDON CALLING, London)
(music by Philip Braham; lyrics by Ronald Jeans)
Cigarette Land (from POTLUCK, London)
(music by Bert Lee; lyrics by R. P. Weston)
ACT 2
There's Life in the Old Girl Yet (from LONDON CALLING, London)
(music by Noël Coward; lyrics by Noël Coward)
Limehouse Blues (from A TO Z, London)
(music by Philip Braham; lyrics by Ronald Jeans)
The Oldest Game (in the World) or Lovers of History (from A TO Z, London)
(music by Ivor Novello; lyrics by Ronald Jeans)
It's a Far, Far Better Thing
(music by Philip Braham; lyrics by Ronald Jeans)
The Bolshie Quartet
(music by Douglas Furber, Ronald Jeans and Bob Alden; lyrics by Douglas Furber, Ronald Jeans and Bob Alden)
March With Me (from LONDON CALLING, London)
(music by Ivor Novello; lyrics by Douglas Furber)
I Might (from RATS, London)
(music by Philip Braham; lyrics by Ronald Jeans)
I Did Feel a Dreadfully Ass
(music by Philip Braham; lyrics by Ronald Jeans)
Night May Have Its Sadness (from A TO Z, London)
(music by Ivor Novello; lyrics by Collie Knox)