Composers: Various
Lyricists: Various

Opened: December 5, 1940, Belmont Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 12

Note: Incidental music by Ludwig van Beethoven, Frederic Chopin, Modest Mussorgsky, and Christoph Willibald Gluck "tampered with" by Jimmy Savo.

River, Stay 'Way From My Door (M: Harry Woods; L: Mort Dixon):

1. 78/Columbia 2578 D (Kate Smith with Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians) [also 78/Velvet Tone 2483 V; 78/Clarion 5423; reissued on The Band Played On: 25 Number One Hits!, CD/ASV/Living Era 5406]
2. 78/Columbia 2511 D (Ethel Waters with novelty accompaniment) [reissued on The Chronological Ethel Waters 1931-1934, CD/Classics 735]
3. 78/Columbia cb 254 (Jack Payne, vocal, with Jack Payne and His B.B.C. Dance Orchestra)
4. 78/ Perfect 15534 (Chick Bullock, vocal, with Chick Bullock's Levee Loungers) [also 78/Banner 32294; 78/Oriole 2359]
5. 78/Mercury 5763 (Richard Hayes with orchestra and vocal group conducted by Joe Reisman)
6. 78/Harmony 1390 (Eddie Droesch and His Orchestra) [also 78/Velvet Tone 2469 V]
7. 78/ Perfect 1277 (Singin' Sam with orchestral accompaniment) [also 78/Oriole 2390]
8. 78/Brunswick 80014 (The Boswell Sisters with Jimmy Dorsey, clarinet; Tommy Dorsey, trombone; Joe Venuti, violin; Eddie Lang, guitar) [also 78/Brunswick 6218; reissued on The Boswell Sisters Collection Vol. 1, CD/Storyville 3007]
9. 78/Brunswick 6192 (Jimmie Noone and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Jimmie Noone And His Orchestra 1930-1934, CD/Classics 641]
10. 78/Broadcast 12 3059 (Sam Nichols' Top-Notchers with vocal refrain)
11. 78/Hit of the Week M5A1 M-5-A-1 (Helen Rowland with Erno Rapee's Orchestra) [reissued on Complete Hit of the Week Recordings, Vol. 3, CD/Archeophone 3004]
12. 78/Bluebird B 10780 (Al Stewart with Bob Chester and His Orchestra) [reissued on Octave Jump: 1939-1942, CD/Aero Space Records 7103]
13. 78/Victor 22831 (Phil Harris with the Lofner-Harris St. Francis Hotel Orchestra) [reissued on The Thing About Phi Harris, CD/ASV/Living Era 5191]
14. 78/Victor 22889 (Paul Robeson with Ray Noble and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Glorious Voice Of Paul Robeson, CD/EMI 7943512]
15. 78/Victor 22898 (Gus Haston with Gus Haston & His Orchestra)
16. 45/Capitol 4376 (Frank Sinatra with the Nelson Riddle Orchestra) [reissued on All The Way, CD/Capitol C2-91150]
17. Brubeck & Rushing, Columbia 1553 (The Dave Brubeck Quartet featuring Jimmy Rushing) [reissued as CD/Columbia/Legacy 65727]
18. Sammy Davis At The Cocoanut Grove, Reprise 6063 (Sammy Davis, Jr. with orchestra conducted by George Rhodes) [reissued as CD/Rhino 74277]
19. Dear Hearts And Gentle People, Decca DL-4290 (Red Foley)
20. Swingin' Down The River, Decca DL-74286 (Grady Martin)
21. Come Swing With Me, Capitol (S) SW-1594 (Frank Sinatra with orchestra conducted by Billy May) [reissued as CD/Capitol 33739]
22. 30 Hits Of The Tuneful 20's, RCA Victor (M) LPM-2592 (Frankie Carle, piano, with the Frankie Carle Orchestra)
23. More Wacky Doodlin's, RCA Victor (S) LSP-2861 (Don Virgil, Lois Winter, and the Doowackadoolers)
24. 60 Years Of Music America Hates Best, Liberty (Gloria Wood with The Band That Plays For Fun conducted by Spike Jones) [reissued on Omnibust/60 Years Of Music America Hates Best, CD/Collectables Records 2900]
25. The Way We Were, Columbia KS 32830 (Marvin Hamlisch, piano, with orchestra conducted by Marvin Hamlisch) [reissued as CD/Sony Music 57381]
26. River Stay 'Way, CD/ Jazz Crusade 3018 (Norman Thatcher, trumpet; Chris Blount, clarinet; Dave Vickers, trombone; Barry Grummett, piano; Dave Brennan, banjo; Mick Kennedy, bass; and Malc Murphy, drums)
27. Nightshift: Live At The Blue Note, CD/Telarc Distribution 83351 (Dave Brubeck)
28. Best of Dave Brubeck 1979-2004, CD/Concord 30075 (Dave Brubeck)
29. Cliff Bruner & His Texas Wanderers, CD/Bear Family 16932 (Cliff Brunet & His Texas Wanderers)
30. Contenders Two: Still in the Race, CD/Stony Plain 1321 (Gary and Valdy Fjellgaard)
31. Live In Concert, CD/Ritz 585 (Joe Longthorne)
32. Let's Take A Ride With Bob & Tommy: How The West Was Swung Vols. # 2 & 3, CD/W.R. 2 (Tom Morrell & The Time Warp Tophands)
33. Groove Recordings, CD/Camden 74321674542 (Charlie Rich)
34. Lonesome Swallow, CD/Jukebox Jazz 206 (Terry Blaine)
35. Hands Across The Table, CD/Severn Records 33 (Sugar Ray and The Bluetones)
36. The Very Best Of Tex Williams, CD/Varese 066137 (Tex Williams)
37. West Coast Jazz, CD/Frog 53 (Sonny Clay & Leon Rene's Orchestra)
38. Reed My Lips, CD/Jazz Crusade 3045 (Sammy Rimington & The Return Of The Mouldy Five)

Other Songs (for which no discological information has been compiled):

Ol' Man River (M: Jerome Kern; L: Oscar Hammerstein II) (originally used in SHOW BOAT)
Did You Ever See A Dream Walking? (M: Harry Revel; L: Mack Gordon) (originally used in the film SITTING PRETTY)
Blue Moon (M: Richard Rodgers; L: Lorenz Hart) (same music as "Prayer" written for but not used in the film HOLLYWOOD PARTY; same music as "Manhattan Melodrama" written for but not used in the film MANHATTAN MELODRAMA and "The Bad In Every Man" written for the film MANHATTAN MELODRAMA)
The Song Of The Flea (Chanson De La Puce) (M: Hector Berlioz) (originally used in the opera LA DAMNATION DE FAUST) )