Composer: Rudolf Friml
Lyricist: Catherine Chisholm Cushing

Opened: October 28, 1918, Liberty Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 96


1. Chansonette, CD/Arabesque Z6562 (The Eastman-Dryden Orchestra conducted by Donald Hunsberger)

I Love You Dear (cut):

1. Rudolf Friml In Person, 78/Schirmer 12” album 2 (Rudolf Friml, piano)

Unrecorded Material:

The Best Man Never Gets The Worst Of It (added after opening)
The Caveman (cut)
(Tell Me,) Crystal Ball (added for the subsequent tour)
Dance Of The Porters
Dance Of The Servants
The Dancing Lesson
Everyday Will Be Sunday When The Town Goes Dry (added after opening)
Finale Act 2
Finale Act 3
Frocks And Frills
Glorianna (ASCAP/Library of Congress only)
I Have My Fingers Crossed, Why Don’t You (cut)
I Love But You (cut)
Just A Little Laughter (dropped for the subsequent tour)
Love, Love (Love! Love! Love!) (dropped for the subsequent tour)
March On (cut)
My Climbing Rose (added for the subsequent tour)
Nenette And Rintintin (Rin-Tin-Tin)
So Undulating, So Fascinating (sheet music only)
Tea In The Orient (Oriental Song) (added for the subsequent tour)
Toodle ‘Oo!
When A Girl
Why Don’t You Speak For Yourself, John?