Composer: Walter L. Rosemont
Lyricist: Ballard Macdonald

Opened: October 8, 1923, Selwyn Theatre, N.Y.C.; moved on April 21, 1924 to the Times Square Theatre
Performances: 313

Note: This show was called THE DANCING HONEYMOON out of town and is based on the London musical BATTLING BUTTLER.  The name changed from BATTLING BUTTLER to MR. BATTLING BUTTLER during the show’s run.

Dancing Honeymoon (M/L: Philip Braham) (used in the original London production of BATTLING BUTLER):

1. 78/HMV C2630 (Jack Buchanan with Ray Noble and His Orchestra) [reissued on Sophistication: Songs Of The Thirties, CD/Past Perfect PPCD 78108 (Jack Buchanan)]
2. 78/Path 036026 (Frank Harrison’s Banjo Band)
3. 78/Columbia A 2880 (Art Hickman’s Orchestra) [reissued on The San Francisco Sound, CD/Archeophone ARCH 6003]
4. 78/Victor 19169 (Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra)
5. 78/Columbia 920 (Herman Finck and His Orchestra)
6. 78/EB Winer 3923 (Hurlingham Dance Orchestra)

Tinkle Tune (M: Louis Breau; A. Dorian Otvos):

1. 78/Edison 51240 (Stevens’ Trio)

Unrecorded Material:

Apples, Bananas And You
As We Leave The Years Behind (M: Joseph Meyer)
Finale (Act 3)
Finaletto (Act 1)
Finaletto (Act 2)
If Every Day Was Sunday (M: A. Dorian Otvos)
In The Spring (M: A. Dorian Otvos)
Musical Calisthenics
Musical Opening
Two Little Pals
Will You Marry Me?
You’re So Sweet (M: Joseph Meyer) (cut after opening)