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Globe Theatre, (10/15/1928 - 4/13/1929)

Opening Date: Oct 15, 1928
Closing Date: Apr 13, 1929
Total Performances: 210

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: In and around the Palace of Itza; In Hollywood

Opening Night Production Staff

Produced by Charles Dillingham

Music by Raymond Hubbell; Book by Anne Caldwell and R.H. Burnside; Lyrics by Anne Caldwell; Additional lyrics by Lew Brown and Buddy DeSylva; Additional music by Ray Henderson and Leslie Sarony; Musical Director: George Hirst

Choreographed by Dave Bennett and Mary Read; Staged by R.H. Burnside

Scenic Design by Sheldon K. Viele and Raymond Sovey; Costume Design by Charles LeMaire

Opening Night Cast

Edward AllanSpike
Sally AndersonEnsemble
Bub BaldwinEnsemble
Regina BurkeEnsemble
Noreen CallowEnsemble
Doris CarterEnsemble
Jean CastletonEnsemble
Charles ConklingEnsemble
Peggy CunninghamEnsemble
Anna May DennehyEnsemble
Thea DoreFloria Farleigh
Tanya DumovaEnsemble
Maude EburneQueen Ysobel
Alan EdwardsHarry Vance
Jeanne EdwardsEnsemble
Richard EllisEnsemble
Floyd EnglishEnsemble
Ruth FarrarEnsemble
Geraldine FitzgeraldEnsemble
Cynthia FoleyErmyntrude
Helene FranzEnsemble
Ottille GeorgeEnsemble
Clara GilletteEnsemble
Louise GilletteEnsemble
Evelyn GreerEnsemble
Marjory GriffithsEnsemble
Mabel HallEnsemble
Kathryn HerefordMike
Sadie HudsonEnsemble
Irving JacksonEnsemble
Queenie JamesEnsemble
Mimi JordanEnsemble
Helen KaiserEnsemble
Patsy KellyBobbie Bird
Dick KennedyEnsemble
William KerschellInn Keeper
John LambertMalotte
Maxine LorenzEnsemble
Helen MacDonaldEnsemble
Geraldine MarkhamEnsemble
Muriel MarloweEnsemble
Emily MartinEnsemble
Tom McLaughlinEnsemble
Cora MearyEnsemble
Dolly MosleyEnsemble
James MurrayCaptain Meurice
Evelyn NelsonEnsemble
Vera O'BrienEnsemble
Blanche O'DonohueEnsemble
Gladys PenderEnsemble
Leonia PenningtonEnsemble
Florine PhelpsLetty
Irene PhelpsBetty
Dorothy PhillipsEnsemble
Bella PillingEnsemble
Nickie PitellEnsemble
Phyllis RaeZazia
Oscar RaglandThe Duke
Evangeline RaleighAudrey Nugent
Mozelle RansomeEnsemble
Wilbur ReviereEnsemble
Phyllis ReynoldsEnsemble
Florence RiceEnsemble
Anna RileyEnsemble
Will RogersKing Pompanola
Dorothy SabinEnsemble
Joseph ShrodeCameraman
Florence StackEnsemble
Jane StaffordEnsemble
Jet StanleyEnsemble
Dorothy StonePrincess Sylvia
Ralph ThomsonWellington Westland
Frances ThressEnsemble
Peggy TimmonsEnsemble
Andrew TombesGeorge Mullins
William TorpeyThe Mayor
William ValentinePrince Josef
Janet VelieDaphne De Lorne
Winthrop WayneEnsemble
Alice WrightEnsemble
Doris YatesEnsemble


music by Raymond Hubbell; lyrics by Anne Caldwell
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
The Americans Are HereDaphne De Lorne, Bobbie Bird, Audrey Nugent, Floria Farleigh, George Mullins, Malotte, Wellington Westland and Ensemble
(My) Orange Blossom HomeGeorge Mullins, Letty and Betty
Lady LuckPrincess Sylvia and Ensemble
Maybe This Is Love
(music by Ray Henderson; lyrics by Buddy DeSylva and Lew Brown )
Princess Sylvia and George Mullins
It's an Old Spanish CustomKing Pompanola
(music by Ray Henderson; lyrics by Buddy DeSylva and Lew Brown )
Princess Sylvia, George Mullins, Letty, Betty, Zazia, Ermyntrude and Ensemble
Because You're BeautifulGeorge Mullins, Bobbie Bird, Ermyntrude, Floria Farleigh, Mike and Ensemble
Bobby and MePrincess Sylvia and Tiller Sunshine Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
The Silver TreeDaphne De Lorne, Audrey Nugent, Floria Farleigh, Zazia and Ensemble
Gee, But It's Great to Be AlivePrincess Sylvia and Spike
Look PleasantGeorge Mullins, Bobbie Bird and Spike
Two BoysPrincess Sylvia, Harry Vance and Prince Josef
Let's All Sing the Lard Song
(music by Leslie Sarony)
King Pompanola and George Mullins
Putting on the RitzPrincess Sylvia, Spike, Tiller Sunshine Girls and Ensemble
Happy HoboesPrincess Sylvia and King Pompanola
Bride BellsDaphne De Lorne, The Duke and Malotte

Replacement/Transfer Info

The following people are credited as replacements or additions if they were not credited on opening night.

Globe Theatre

(10/15/1928 - 4/13/1929)


Fred Stone
Was unable to open the show due to illness
King Pompanola

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