GEORGE WHITE'S SCANDALS (1939) (13th Edition)

Composer: Sammy Fain
Lyricist: Jack Yellen

Opened: August 28, 1939, Alvin Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 120

Are You Havin' Any Fun? (originally used in the ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1936 (Second Edition) and also used in THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED):

1. 78/Decca F7343 (Flanagan and Allen with orchestra conducted by Ronnie Munro) [reissued on Underneath The Arches, CD/EMI CDM7961712]
2. 78/Bluebird B 10379 (Hal Derwin with Shep Fields & His Rippling Rhythm)
3. 78/Victor 26335 (Edythe Wright with Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra 1939 Vol. 3, CD/Classics 1327]
4. 78/Columbia 35251 (Ella Logan with orchestra) [reissued on The Music Of Broadway: 1939, CD/Encores ENCDNO1/2; Swingin' Scots Lassie, CD/Retrieval Recordings 79021]
5. 78/Mercury 70710X45 (The Crew-Cuts with orchestra conducted by David Carroll) [reissued on Sh-Boom: Where Swing Met Doo-Wop And Rock N Roll, CD/Jasmine 432]
6. 78/Decca 2761 (Helen O'Connell with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra) [reissued on You Made Me Love You, CD/Flare ROYCD309]
7. 78/Decca 2827 (Dick Robertson, vocal, with Dick Robertson and His Orchestra)
8. 78/Vocalion 5145 (Skip Farrell with the Hoosier Hot Shots) [reissued on Everybody Stomp, CD/Proper Records PROPERBOX-63]
9. 78/Vocalion 5125 (Chick Bullock, vocal, with Chick Bullock and His Levee Loungers)
10. Let's Dance With The Three Suns, RCA Victor (S) LSP-1578 (The Three Suns)
11. Strike Up The Band, Basie Swings, Bennett Sings, Roulette 5231 (Tony Bennett with Count Basie and His Orchestra) [reissued as Basie Swings, Bennett Sings, CD/Roulette Records B2-93899]
12. Presenting…Joe Loss And His Orchestra, CD/Signature 2276 (Joe Loss and His Orchestra)
13. Stritch, CD/DRG 91434 (Elaine Stritch)
14. Are You Havin' Any Fun?: A Celebration Of Sammy Fain, CD/Audiophile Records 261 (Harry Allen with the Keith Ingham Quintet)
15. Tony Bennett Smooth Jazz Tribute, CD/CC Entertainment 8672 (Smooth Jazz All Stars)
16. Great British Dance Bands, CD/Castle Music 447 (Dolly Elsie and Jack Hylton)
17. All Jazzed Up, CD/Adam Brock (Adam Brock)
18. Are You Having Any Fun?, CD/Sou to Nuts (Cali Rose)
19. Jazz & Blues/Soft Swinging Jazz Hits, CD/Jazz & Blues 217 (Billie Holiday)
20. Simply…With Spirit, CD/Arbors 19301 (Hanna Richardson with Phil Flanigan, bass)
21. Chickens, CD/Megaforce 40511 (Buck Howdy)
22. Lost Tracks, CD/JSP Records 965 (Judy Garland)
23. The Broadway Musicals Of 1939, CD/Bayview RNBW025 (Annie Golden with the Ross Patterson Little Big Band)
24. Sammy Sings Fain, CD/Koch 3-7461-2 HI (Sammy Fain)
25. Duets: An American Classic, CD/RPM 80979 (Tony Bennett and Elvis Costello)
26. Lost In The Stars And Stripes, CD/Anakreon Verlag ANA 1001 (Sona MacDonald, Alan Marks, and Udo Samel)
27. Smile, CD/Andreasong 83650-00010 (Andrea Marcovicci with musical direction by Shelly Markham)
A radio transcription performed by Lanny Ross with Henry Sylvern's Orchestra is also known to exist.

Good Night, My Beautiful:

1. 78/Columbia 35213 (Larry Cotton with Horace Heidt and His Musical Knights)
2. 78/Bluebird B 10379 (Jerry Stewart with Shep Fields & His Rippling Rhythm)
3. 78/Victor 26335 (Jack Leonard with Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra 1939 Vol. 3, CD/Classics 1327]
4. 78/Vocalion 5072 (Don Saxon with Ben Bernie and His Orchestra)
5. 78/Columbia 35243 (Ella Logan with orchestra) Hutch, CD/Pearl Flapper 9755 (Leslie A. Hutchinson)
6. The Two Syds, CD/Dutton Vocalion 6027 (Sydney Kyte and Sydney Lipton)
7. Never Tire Of Music In The Morgan Manner, CD/Jasmine Records 403 (Russ Morgan)
8. From The Café De Paris London (The Complete Recorded Output 1938-1940), CD/Phonograph PHCD2K 5 (Ken Johnson "Snakehips" & His West Indian Dance Band)
A radio transcription performed by Kay Thompson and Tony Martin is known to exist.

In Waikiki:

1. 78/Columbia 35243 (Ella Logan with orchestra) [reissued on From Glasgow To Broadway, CD/ Sepia Records 1003]
2. 78/Bluebird B 11244 (Betty Bradley with Bob Chester and His Orchestra) (unverified)

The Mexiconga (L: Herb Magidson; Jack Yellen):

1. 78/Bluebird B 10400 (Jeanne D'Arcy, Johnny Messner, and The Three Jacks with Johnny Messner and his Music Box Band) [reissued on The Music Of Broadway: 1939, CD/Encores ENCDNO1/2]
2. 78/Victor 26365 (Victoria Cordova with Gray Gordon and His Tic-Toc Rhythm)
3. 78/Decca 2767 (Larry Burke with the Jose Morano Orchestra)

Our First Kiss:

1. 78/Columbia 35213 (Larry Cotton with Horace Heidt and His Musical Knights)

Something I Dreamed Last Night (L: Herb Magidson; Jack Yellen):

1. 78/Columbia 35251 (Ella Logan with orchestra) [reissued on The Music Of Broadway: 1939, CD/Encores ENCDNO1/2]
2. 78/London 975 (Anita O'Day with the All Stars) [reissued on The Chronological Anita O'Day 1950-1952, CD/Classics 1336]
3. 78/Musicraft 547 (Teddy Wilson Quartet) [also 78/Musicana 15037]
4. 78/M-G-M 10873 (Kay Penton with Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Teddy Wilson 1947-1950, CD/Classics 1224]
5. You Better Go Now, Decca DL-8214 (Jeri Southern with orchestra directed by Sy Oliver) [also found on 78/Decca 27989; 45/Decca 9-27989; reissued on CD/Universal Distribution 9331]
6. Jackie Davis Plus Voices!, Warner Bros. W-1515 (Jackie Davis, organ, with the Sid Bass Chorus)
7. Sweet 'N' Sassy, Roulette (S) SR-52112 (Sarah Vaughan with orchestra conducted by Lalo Schifrin) [reissued on CD/EMI 5317932]
8. Heavenly, Columbia (S) CS 8152 (Johnny Mathis with orchestra conducted by Glenn Osser) [reissued as CD/Sony BMG 723881]
9. Chris Connor Sings Ballads Of The Sad Café, Atlantic (S) SD 1307 (Chris Connor) [reissued as CD/WEA/Warner 25167]
10. London By Night, Liberty LPWT 780 (Julie London with orchestra conducted by Pete King) [also 78/Liberty F-55182; reissued as CD/EMI TOCJ9668]
11. Dream Street, Decca DL 8411 (Peggy Lee) [reissued as CD/MCA 263]
12. At The Crescendo, Capitol T 1173 (Jeri Southern) [reissued on Jeri Southern Meets Cole Porter/At The Crescendo, CD/EMI 856057]
13. Steamin' With The Miles Davis Quintet, Prestige P-7200 (Miles Davis Quintet) [reissued as CD/ Prestige/OJC OJCCD-391-2]
14. Bahia, Prestige/OJC OJC-415 (John Coltrane) [reissued as Prestige/OJC OJCCD-415-2]
15. Playboy's Penthouse, Everst (M) LPBR 5092 (Cy Coleman Trio)
16. The Fantastic and Exciting Debut Of Marilyn Michaels, Warner Bros. (S) 1582 (Marilyn Michaels)
17. What Do You Know About Love?, Jubilee SDJP-1109 (Della Reese) [reissued on Amen!/What Do You Know About Love?, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 901]
18. Nice An' Cool, Analogue Productions 018 (Gene Ammons) [reissued on The Gene Ammons Story: Gentle Jug, CD/Analogue Productions 3839]
19. Get Me To The Church On Time & Other Great Standards, Wing (M) WL 1095 (Chita Rivera with Alyn Ainsworth and His Orchestra) [reissued as CD/Stage Door STAGE 9032]
20. Live At The John Anson Ford Amphitheatre, CD/Philips 1530 (Lionel Hampton & His Band)
21. Book Of Ballads, CD/MCA MVCM266 (Carmen McRae)
22. Song For You, CD/Sony/Columbia 53497 (Martha Miyake)
23. Long Night, CD/Fantasy/Milestone 470952 (Frank Strozier)
24. That's Right, CD/Blue Note 84467 (Benny Green)
25. Art Deco: The Cosmopolitan Marlene Dietrich, CD/Columbia/Legacy CK-53209 (Marlene Dietrich)
26. The Dream's On Jeri, CD/Jasmine Records 340 (Jeri Southern)
27. On Broadway, Vol. 5, CD/Winter 10148 (Paul Motian)
28. Easy Living, CD/Columbia 53523 (Mary Ann McCall)
29. Positively The Most/Softly, The Brazilian Sound, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 856 (Joanie Sommers)
30. The Delta Rhythm Boys, CD/Collectables 6391 (The Delta Rhythm Boys)
31. The Many Faces Of Ernie Andrews, CD/High Note 7018 (Ernie Andrews)
32. By Request, CD/Jazz Link Enterprises 44005-29 (Sandy Graham)
33. What's New?, CD/Universal Distribution 9048 (Marian Montgomery)
34. The Road Less Travelled, CD/Candid 79794 (Clare Teal)
35. Jazz Express Presents: Music For Dinner Parties, CD/Metro 159 (unknown performer)
36. Compact Jazz: Billy Eckstine, CD/Polydor 838766-2 (Billy Eckstine)
37. Live At Birdland 1952 With Teddi King, CD/Baldwin Street Music 503 (George Shearing Quintet with Teddi King)
38. Lilac Wine, CD/Gitanes UCCM-1045 (Helen Merrill)

Unrecorded Material:

Columnist At Home (sketch)
Curb Your Dog (sketch)
Get It Wholesale (sketch)
Harvest Moon Winners (sketch)
A Hat Like That (cut after opening)
Madame DuBarry (sketch)
Scandals Day At The Fair (The Fairs - East and West) (sketch)
Smart Little Girls
The Song's For Free
The Stand In (sketch)
Tel-U-Vision (sketch)
Theatre Quiz (sketch)
There Must Be A Union (sketch)
Three Smart Girls
Tin Pan Alley (sketch)
Yokel Boy (sketch)