Composer: Dana Suesse
Lyricist: Irving Kahal and Billy Rose

Opened: June 8, 1936, Fort Worth Frontier Centennial, Fort Worth, TX
Closed: December 1, 1936

Gone With The Dawn (L: Stanley Joseloff; Billy Rose) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Bluebird B 7049 (Bill Hawley with Jolly Colburn and His Orchestra)
2. 78/Victor 25617 (Lee Norton with George Hamilton and His Music Box Music)

It Happened In Chicago:

1. 78/Brunswick 7763 (Freddy Martin and His Orchestra)

The Night Is Young And You Are So Beautiful (subsequently used in AND ON WE GO):

1. 78/Columbia DB1698 (Harry Richman with orchestra conducted by Carroll Gibbons) [reissued on Puttin' On The Ritz, CD/ASV/Living Era 5405]
2. 78/Schirmer 5505 (Dana Suesse, piano) [reissued on Keyboard Wizards of The Gershwin Era, Vol. 2, CD/Pearl 9202]
3. 78/Columbia DF 2108 (Carroll Gibbons and His Savoy Hotel Orpheans)
4. 78/Decca 894 (Stanley Hickman with Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra)
5. 78/Decca 1106 (Cliff Edwards with Andy Iona and His Islanders) [also 78/Brunswick 02394; reissued on Blue Hawaii, CD/ASV/Living Era 5121]
6. 78/Perfect 6-12-13 (Jackie Gale with Gene Kardos and His Orchestra) [also 78/Banner 6-12-13; 78/Melotone 6-12-13]
7. 78/Decca 10232 (Dick Haymes with Victor Young and His Orchestra) [also 78/Decca 27392; reissued on You'll Never Know, CD/ASV/Living Era 5232]
8. 78/Bluebird B 6702 A (Johnny McKeever with George Hall and His Hotel Taft Orchestra)
9. 78/Victor 20-4007 (Vaughn Monroe and The Moon Maids with Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra) [reissued on CD/Flare 226]
10. 78/Victor 20-3080 (Russ Case and His Orchestra)
11. 78/Brunswick 7800 (Russ Brown with Jan Garber and His Orchestra (The Idol of the Air Lanes))
12. 78/Capitol 1310 (Ronnie Deauville with Ray Anthony and His Orchestra)
13. 78/Victor 25495 (Wayne King and His Orchestra) [also found on Serenade To A Lady, RCA Victor (M) LPM-3063]
14. 78/Columbia 36847 (The Modernaires with Paula Kelly and orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres) [reissued on The Complete Modernaires On Columbia, Vol. 1 (1945-1946), CD/Collectables 7468]
15. 78/V Disc 564 (Frank Sinatra and Dinah Shore with Axel Stordahl and His Orchestra) [reissued on The V-Discs: The Columbia Years 1943-54, CD/Columbia/Legacy 66135]
16. 45/Dot 45-15967 (Lawrence Welk and His Glee Club) [also found on The Voices And Strings Of Lawrence Welk, Dot DLP-25200]
17. 45/Mercury A1010X45 (Lanny Ross with Ted Dale and His Orchestra)
18. 45/Que Q-1000 (The Deeps featuring Harry Douglass with Tony Mottola and Orchestra)
19. 45/Todd TF 1000 (Dick Todd) 45/Victor 547-0964 (George Williams and orchestra)
20. 45/Victor 549-5128 (Mario Lanza with orchestra conducted by Ray Sinatra) [reissued on The Song Is You, CD/Jasmine Records 21]
21. 45/Pye 7N.15404 (Gary Miller with accompaniment directed by Tony Hatch) [reissued on The Story Of My Life, CD/Castle Music 503]
22. Keyboard Sketches, 10"/Capitol H-110 (Skitch Henderson)
23. A Stanley Black Showcase, 10"/London LPB 251 (Stanley Black Orchestra)
24. The Final Chapter, BBC Records (M) TCR 1051 (Bing Crosby with musical direction by Gordon Rose) [reissued on Seasons: The Closing Chapter, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 21042]
25. Hello Young Lovers, Columbia 1341 (Richard Maltby Orchestra) [reissued on Swingin' Down The Lane/Hello, Young Lovers, CD/Collectables 7505]
26. Midnight Serenade, Columbia (S) CS-8159 (Swing And Sway With Sammy Kaye) [reissued on Midnight Serenade/Ballroom Date, CD/Collectables 7698]
27. Hi-Fi Hammond, Capitol (M) T-686 (Jackie Davis Trio)
28. 50th Anniversary, Grand Award 33-901 (Paul Whiteman)
29. Paul Edgar Johnson's Instrumental Popular Songs, CAS/Stark SR-1004 (Paul Edgar Johnson)
30. Dream Along With Me, CD/Magic 116 (Perry Como and The Ray Charles Singers with Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra)
31. She Loves Me/There's Love & There's Love & There's Love, CD/MCA International 19378 (Jack Jones)
32. Memories Are Made Of These, CD/Bear Family Records 15781 (Dean Martin)
33. Soft And Sentimental, CD/Avid 731 (Tutti Camarata)
34. The Night Is Young: Concert Music Of Dana Suesse, CD/Premier 1055 (Frederick Fennell)
35. The Golden Age Of Light Melodies: Melodies For Romantics, CD/Guild Light Music 5155 (unknown performer)
36. Duets With The Dames, CD/Castle Pulse 633 (Frank Sinatra and Jane Hutton)
37. The Modern Jazz Piano Album, CD/Savoy ZD-70817 (Dodo Marmarosa)
38. When Night Calls, CD/Positive Music 77784 (Ken Navarro)
39. The Best Of Vic Damone: The Mercury Years, CD/Mercury 532870 (Vic Damone with Harry Geller and His Orchestra)
40. Pretty Music--Prima Style, Vols. 1-2, CD/Jasmine Records 339 (Louis Prima)
41. All My Winding Journeys, CD/Spring 1035 (Colum Sands)
42. Yours For A Song: Here's To The Ladies, CD/Premier 1065 (Peter Mintun)
43. Tasty!, CD/Concord Jazz 4122 (Ray Brown and Jimmy Rowles)
44. The Most Beautiful Music In The World, CD/Project 3 PRD-5109 (Enoch Light and His Orchestra)
45. Hi-Fi Harmonica, CD/Roulette Records 25019 (Leo Diamond)
46. 100 Magnificent Melodies, CD/Madacy 1907 (101 Strings Orchestra)
47. Argo, Emarcy And Verve Small Group Buddy Rich Sessions, CD/Mosaic (Buddy Rich)
48. The Very Best Of Malcolm Vaughan, CD/EMI 2267602 (Malcolm Vaughan)
49. Some Enchanted Evening/Summer Evening Serenade, CD/Dutton Vocalion 4186 (Stanley Black and His Orchestra)
50. Robin Hood: Men In Tights, CD/Milan 74321 17639-2 (Arthur Rubin and The Merry Men Singers)
Radio transcriptions performed by Ronnie Deauville with the Ray Anthony Orchestra, The Modernaires with orchestra conducted by Gene Krupa, The Elliot Lawrence Orchestra, Bob Hannon with the Allen Roth Orchestra, the Charlie Spivak Orchesta, and Jimmy Lytell's Orchestra are also known to exist.

You're Like A Toy Balloon:

1. 78/Decca 936 (Muzzy Marcellino with Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra)

Other Material:

Another Mile (also used in THE LAST FRONTIER)
Daisy, Daisy (M/L: Harry Dacre) (not written for this show)
Egyptianna (inst.) (M: Howard Godwin)
Frankie And Johnnie (M/L: Traditional) (not written for this show)
A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight (M: Theodore M. Metz; L: Joe Hayden) (not written for this show)
In The Good Old Summer Time (M: George Evans; L: Ren Shields) (not written for this show)
Lone Star (ASCAP/Library of Congress only)
Meet Me In St. Louis, Louis (M: Kerry Mills; L: Andrew B. Sterling) (not written for this show)
Oh! You Beautiful Doll (M: Nat D. Ayer; L: A. Seymour Brown) (not written for this show)
The St. Louis Blues (M/L: W.C. Handy) (not written for this show)
Why Do They Call Me A Gibson Girl (M/L: Unknown) (not written for this show)
You're In Paree

Note: No attempt has been made to compile discological information for interpolated numbers.