or The Lad Who Loved A Salary

Composer: Arthur Sullivan
Lyricist: George S. Kaufman

Opened: May 31, 1945, Alvin Theatre, NYC
Performances: 52

Note: No attempt has been made to trace instrumental recordings of music from H.M.S Pinafore or other Gilbert and Sullivan shows or recordings with lyrics by William S. Gilbert.

Little Butter-Up:

1. Life's A Funny Present: More Broadway Flops & Roadkills 1919-1955, CD/Rialto SLRR 9306 (Beth Howland and the Men with musical direction by David Holcenberg)

Unrecorded Numbers:

An Agent's Lot Is Not A Happy One
Can I Survive This Overbearing? (Finale Act I)
Carefully On Tiptoe Stealing
Fair Moon
Farewell, My Own
Finale Act 2
He Is A Movie Man
Here On The Lot
Hollywood's A Funny Place
I Am The Monarch Of The Joint
I'm A Big Director At Pinafore
Joe Porter's Car Is Seen
A Maiden Often Seen
The Merry Maiden And The Jerk
Never Mind The Why And Wherefore
Pretty Daughter Of Mine
Proud Lady, Have Your Way
Refrain, Audacious Scribe
Simple Movie Folk
Success Story (Ballet Interlude)
This Town I Now Must Shake
To Go Upon The Stage
A Writer Fills The Lowest Niche
When I Was A Lad