Composer: Don Walker (based on the music by Arthur Sullivan unless credited solely to Walker)
Lyricist: Clay Warnick

Opened: May 24, 1945, Broadway Theatre, NYC; transferred on June 11, 1945 to the Belasco Theatre, NYC
Performances: 36

Note: No attempt has been made to trace instrumental recordings of music from H.M.S Pinafore or Trial By Jury or recordings with lyrics by William S. Gilbert.

The Nightingale, The Moon and I:

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

Unrecorded Numbers:

A-Many Years Ago
Big Old River (C: Don Walker)
Fair Moon Farewell
My Own Finale (Act 1)
Finale (Act 2)
The Gilbert And Sullivan Blues
Growing Pains (C: Don Walker)
I Am The Captain Of The Pinafore
I Am The Monarch Of The Sea
I'm Called Little Buttercup
Love Or Reason
A Maiden Fair To See
Old Love And Brand New Love (C: Don Walker)
Over The Bright Blue Sea
Ring The Merry Belles
The Ruler Of The Queen's Navee
Sorry Her Lot
Stand Around The Bend (C: Don Walker)
Things Are Seldom What They Seem
Trial By Jury
We Sail The Ocean Blue