Composers: Vivian Ellis; Austin Croom-Johnston
Lyricists: Dion Titheradge; Robert MacGunigle

Opened: November 16, 1933, Savoy Theatre, London
Performances: 108

Note: A complete song list is not available at this time.

A Baby's Best Friend (M: Richard Rodgers; L: Lorenz Hart) (originally used in SHE'S MY BABY; same music as "Lullaby" in CHALOT'S MASQUERADE):

1. 78/Victor 25165 (Beatrice Lillie with Edward Cooper, piano) [also 78/HMV B-8362; reissued on The Ultimate Rodgers & Hart Volume I, CD/Pearl GEM 0110]
2. Rodgers And Hart Revisited Vol. II" Crewe (S) CD-1343 (Bibi Osterwald with musical direction by Norman Paris) [reissued as CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-139]

Baby Doesn't Know (M/L: Gideon/Warren):

1. The Unique! The Incomparable!, CD/Flapper PAST CD 7054 (Beatrice Lillie)

Louisiana Hayride (M: Arthur Schwartz; L: Howard Dietz) (originally used in FLYING COLORS and subsequently used in THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT):

1. 1. 78/Victor 24157 (Arthur Schwartz and the Eva Jessye Choir with Leo Reisman and His Orchestra) [also 78/Gramophone B 6419; reissued on Dancing In The Dark: The Songs Of Arthur Schwartz, CD/ASV CD AJA 5301]
2. 78/Crown 3406 (Dick Robertson, vocal, with Dick Robertson and His Orchestra)
3. 78/Decca 3765 (Dick Kuhn and His Orchestra with vocal trio)
4. 78/Decca 27430 (Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra) [reissued on Swingstation, CD/GRP 9953]
5. 78/Brunswick 6407 (Terry Shand with Freddie Martin and His Orchestra)
6. 78/Brunswick A 500.230 (The Boswell Sisters with the Dorsey Brothers Orchestra) [reissued on American Songbook Series: Arthur Schwartz, CD/Smithsonian AD 048-23]
7. 78/Victor 24130 (James Harkins and George Stone with Eliot Everett and His Orchestra)
8. 78/Victor 36381 (Raymond Paige and His Orchestra)
9. 78/Liberty Music Shop L 245 (Emil Petti and his Savoy-Plaza Ochestra) [reissued on The Melody Of Broadway, AEI (M) 1154]
10. 78/Victor 24239 (Tom Waring with Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians) [reissued on The Music Of Broadway 1932, JJA (M) 19779]
11. 78/Columbia mx TO-1210 (Monette Moore with Fats Waller, piano) [reissued on A Tribute To Black Entertainers, CD/Columbia/Legacy C2K 52454]
12. Song Hits Of 1932, 10"/Decca DL 5176 (Carmen Cavallaro, piano) [reissued on Stairway To The Stars: More Cocktail Piano Favorites, CD/Jasmine 430]
13. The Band Wagon, MGM E 3051 (Nanette Fabray & The M-G-M Studio Chorus conducted by Adolph Deutsch) [reissued as CD/Rhino R2 72253]
14. The Things I Love In Hi-Fi, RCA Victor LSP-1543 (The Three Suns)
15. Something To Remember You By, RCA Victor (S) LSP-3398 (The Melachrino Strings and Orchestra)
16. Bandwagon Plus 2, Laurie (M) 1004 (Dave Carey Quintet)
17. Alone Together, Monmouth (S) 6604/5 (instrumental with music direction by Paul Trueblood)
18. Something To Remember You By/Together, CD/Vocalion CDLK 4108 (Robert Farnon and His Orchestra)
19. Music Maestro Please, CD/Dutton Vocalion 6015 (Billy Cotton and His Band)
20. Back In Country Style, CD/Jasmine 3551 (The Dining Sisters)
21. The Golden Age Of Light Music: Four Decades Of Light Music, Vol. 2 - 1940s & 50s, CD/Guild Light Music 5135 (unknown orchestra)
22. First Pop Idol, CD/Acrobat 21330342 (Al Bowlly)
23. Bye-Bye, Blackbird, CD/ASV/Living Era 5426 (Layton & Johnstone)
24. Cream Of Lew Stone, CD/Pearl 7041 (Lew Stone)
25. Kay Thompson And Her Girl Choir, CD/Fred Waring’s America (Kay Thompson and  Her Girl Choir)
Radio transcriptions performed by the Master Singers, Ray Bloch's Swing Fourteen, the Mark Warnow Orchestra,and Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra are also known to exist.

Rhythm (M: Richard Rodgers; L: Lorenz Hart) (subsequently revised and used in THE SHOW IS ON and HAPPY RETURNS):

1. An Evening With Beatrice Lillie, London (M) LL.1373 (Beatrice Lillie with Eadie and Rack at the Pianos) [reissued on CD/Sepia 1123]
2. A Peel Of Laughter, AEI 2112 (Beatrice Lillie) [reissued on A Marvelous Party With Beatrice Lillie, CD/AEI 601]
3. An Evening With Beatrice Lillie, CD/LLP101 (Layne Littlepage with Barney Hulse, piano)