Composers: Burton Lane
Lyricists: E.Y. Harburg

Opened: September 11, 1940, Shubert Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 158

Note: Only numbers not found on the Painted Smiles studio cast lp recording are noted below.

Bedtime On The Prairie (aka "Prairie Love Song" or "The Enchanted Clock") (M: Phillip Springer) (cut):

1. Hold On To Your Hats, CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-120 (William Cantor with musical direction by Robert Marks) [original music by Burton Lane is lost; newly recorded with additional Harburg songs as supplementary material for the CD reissue]

Unrecorded Material:

Crispy, Crunch Crackers (ASCAP/Library of Congress Only)
Dance (Act I)
Dance (Act II)
Looks Like I'm Off O' Ya (cut)
Specialty (G. Lamb)
Swing Your Calico (cut)

No attempt has been made to provide discological information for these songs performed by Al Jolson near the end of the show:

Broadcast (Al Jolson)
Swanee (M: George Gershwin; L: Irving Caesar) (originally added to SINBAD tour)
April Showers (M: Louis Silvers; L: Buddy DeSyvla) (originally used in BOMBO)
You Made Me Love You (M: James V. Monaco; L: Joseph McCarthy) (originally used in THE PASSING SHOW OF 1913 and THE HONEYMOON EXPRESS, and subsequently used in THE ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1931)
Sonny Boy (M/L: Al Jolson, Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Handerson) (originally used in the film THE SINGING FOOL)
My Mammy (M: Walter Donaldson; L: Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young) (originally used in SINBAD)