Composer: Ed Wynn
Lyricist: Ed Wynn

Opened: October 6, 1924, Globe Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 184

Doodle Doo Doo (M/L: Art Kassel; Mel Stitzel):

1. Click here for recordings of "Doodle Doo Do".

Let It Rain! Let It Pour! (I’ll Be In Virginia In The Morning) (M: Walter Donaldson; L: Cliff Friend):

1. 78/Columbia 329 D (The Columbians)
2. 78/Harmograph 1015 (Ike, ukulele and voice)
3. 78/Brunswick 2855 (Ray Miller and His Orchestra)
4. 78/Brunswick 2904 (Charlie Wellman with Bill Hatch, piano, and banjo)
5. 78/Apex 8334 (Ben Selvin and His Orchestra) [also 78/Vocalion 15003]
6. 78/Okeh 40324 (The Red-Hotters) [also 78/Odeon A 60195]
7. 78/Cameo 729 (The Blue Dandies with ukulele)
8. 78/Edison 51583 (Eddie Peabody, banjo)
9. 78/Cameo 704 (Paul Van Loan and His Orchestra)
10. 78/Victor 19630 (Meyer Davis’ Le Paradis Band directed by W. Spencer Tupman with vocal refrain)
11. 78/Vocalion 14976 (Earl and Bell with guitar)
12. Crinoline Days, CD/Stomp Off SOSCD 1400 (Dan Levinson)
A recording performed by Bob Grant’s Orchestra is also known to exist.

The Pal That I Loved Stole The Gal That I Loved (M/L: Harry Pease; Ed. G. Nelson):

1. 78/Columbia 225 D (Lewis James with orchestral accompaniment)
2. 78/Columbia 40344 (3 Beaus & A Peep with Bernie Leighton and His Orchestra) [also 45/Columbia 4-40344]
3. 78/Radiex 1238 (Cotton Blossom Orchestra)
4. 78/Cameo 607 (William Robyn)
5. 78/Perfect 12151 (Vernon Dalhart) [also 78/Okeh 40177]
6. 78/Perfect 14333 (Nathan Glantz and His Orchestra)
7. 78/Bell 305 (Arthur Fields) [also 78/Apex 8255; 78/Banner 1402]
8. 78/Oriole 273 (Roy Collin’s Orchestra)
9. 78/Edison 51391 L (James Doherty)
10. 78/Victor 19473 (Lewis James with orchestra)
11. 78/Victor 19500 (Charles Dornberger and His Orchestra)
12. 78/Victor 19567 (Jesse Crawford, pipe organ)
13. 78/Radiex 2163 (Ben Litchfield with orchestra)
14. Carousel Breezes, Vol. 2, CD/Dynamic 135 (Wurlitzer Band Organ)

Sing Sweet Juanita (also used in the subsequent tour of ARTISTS AND MODELS OF 1924):

1. 78/Path 32339 (Earl and Bell) (as “Sing Sweet Juanita Sing”) [also 78/Perfect 12418]

When I Was The Dandy And You Were The Belle (M: Dave Dreyer; Lou Handman; L: Herman Ruby):

1. 78/Domino 418 (Rialto Dance Orchestra)
2. 78/Perfect 14320 (Billy Jones with Nathan Glantz and His Orchestra) [reissued on 78/Emerson 10796]
3. 78/Banner 1444 (Sam Lanin’s Dance Orchestra) [also 78/Regal 9737]
4. 78/Brunswick 2729 (Abe Lyman’s California Orchestra)
5. 78/Okeh 40200 (The Lanin Orchestra)
6. 78/Silvertone 2404 (The Music Masters)
7. 78/Columbia 218 D (California Ramblers)
8. Carousel Breezes, Vol. 2, CD/Dynamic 135 (Wurlitzer Band Organ)

When The One You Love Loves You (M: Abel Baer; Paul Whiteman; L: Cliff Friend):

1. 78/Edison 51453 (Charles Hart and The Top Notchers)
2. 78/Decca 3828 (Pat Harrington with orchestra directed by Harry Sosnik)
3. 78/Clover 1559 (Clover Dance Orchestra)
4. 78/Brunswick 2887 (Morton Downey with Dan Lieberfeld, piano)
5. 78/Victor 19953 (Franklyn Baur with orchestra) [also 78/Victor 19553]
6. 78/Perfect 12177 (Frank Sterling)
7. 78/Columbia 263 D (Lewis James with orchestra)
8. 45/MGM K 12500 (Wilhelmina Gray with orchestra conducted by Teacho Wiltshire)
A recording performed by the  Stargazers with the Accordion Band conducted by Prima Scala is also known to exist.

Unrecorded Material:

Annie Laurie Rag (“What Did Annie Laurie Promise?) (M/L: Ed Wynn; Ned Wever; Al Nathan)
Ballet Of The North Wind
A Chorus Girl’s Song
Flame Of Love (sheet music only)
The Grab Bag
The Heart Of My Rose
I Want A Home (sheet music only)
The Moth For My Flame
Volga Boat Song