Composer: Irving Actman
Lyricist: Frank Loesser

Opened: January 22, 1936, 48th Street Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 5

Let's Talk About The Weather (M/L: Charlotte Kent) (previously used in EARL CARROLL'S VANITIES OF 1931):

1. Everyone Else Revisited, Painted Smiles PS-1374 (Arthur Siegel) [reissued as CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-146]

A Waltz Was Born In Vienna (M: Earle Crooker; L: Frederick Loewe) (subsequently used in THE LAMBS SPRING GAMBOL and SALUTE TO SPRING):

1. 78/Brunswick 7643 (Larry Stewart with Leo Reisman and His Orchestra)
2. 78/Dance-Tone 393 (Phil Reed, organ)
3. 78/Decca 743 (Joseph Sudy and Chorus with Henry King and His Orchestra)
4. 78/Decca 3707 (Dick Robertson with orchestra conducted by Dick Robertson)
5. 78/Victor 25274 (The King's Men with Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra)
A radio transcription performed by Lily Pons and orchestra conducted by Andre Kostelanetz also exists.

Unrecorded Material:

And Now The Girls (sketch)
At The Doctor's (sketch by Kenneth Webb)
Bang, The Bell Rang! Enchantment (sketch by Donald Blackwell)
Finale (L: Frank Loesser; Carl Randall) (lyric lost)
Helen Lynd And The Girls (M: Berenece Kazounoff)
Hello, Ma (M: Michael H. Cleary; L: Max Lief; Nathaniel Lief)
Hereafter (sketch by Max Liebman and Hi Alexander)
High And Wide (sketch by Hi Alexander)
I Like To Go To Strange Places (lyric lost)
I Love A Polka So (M: Berenece Kazounoff; L: Carl Randall)
I Want To Play With The Girls (M: Edgar Fairchild; L: Milton Pascal)
If You Didn't Love Me, Who Else Would (lyric lost)
I'm You (lyric lost)
I've Walked In The Moonlight (M: Edgar Fairchild; L: Milton Pascal) (cut)
In Front Of The Theatre (sketch)
Just For Tonight (M/L: Charlotte Kent)
The Little King (sketch by Otto Soglow)
Matter Of Form (sketch by Frank Gabrielson and David Lesan)
Park Avenue's Going To Town (M: Edgar Fairchild; L: Milton Pascal)
Post Haste (sketch by Max Liebman and Hi Alexander)
Remote Patrol (sketch)
Studio House Warming (sketch by Harry Evans)
Tragedy In Scotland (sketch by Napier Moore)
Wherefore Art Thou, Juliet (M/L: Charlotte Kent)
Wild Trumpets And Crazy Piano (Got A Guy To Forget) (aka "Give Me Wild Trumpets")