Composer: Various
Lyricist: Various

Opened: February 2, 1925, Fulton Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 104

Just A Flower From An Old Bouquet (M: Lucien Denni; L: Gwynne Denni):

1. 78/Columbia 250 D (Lewis James with orchestral accompaniment)
2. 78/Decca 3804 (Carmen Cavallaro, piano) [reissued on Alone Together: The Art Of The Cocktail Piano, CD/Jasmine JASMCD 2593]
3. 78/Apex 8275 (Lanin and His Orchstra)
4. 78/Brunswick 2787 (Frank Munn with orchestra)
5. 78/Coral 60138 (Dottie Dillard and Bob Johnstone with Owen Bradley and His Quintet)
6. 78/Victor 19555 (Helen Clark and Elliott Shaw with orchestra)
7. 78/Victor 19662 (Charles Dornberger and His Orchestra)
8. Hear My Song Violetta (The EMI Recordings 1947-1955), CD/EMI CDLOK 1 (Josef Locke)
9. Regular Gal: The King Recordings 1949-1959, CD/Westside Records WESF 112 (Ruby Wright)
10. Rarities, CD/MCA MCAD-31036 (The Andrews Sisters)
11. Songs Of The Plains, CD/Millenium Music 012 (The Ranch Boys)
Radio transcriptions performed by the Knickerbocker Four and the Norman Cloutier Orchestra are also known to exist.

Titania (M: Leo Daniderff; L: Bertal-Maubon; E. Ronn) (originally used in the post-Broadway tour of ARTISTS AND MODELS OF 1924; subsequently used in the ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1925 (original and summer editions)

1. 78/Starr 8323 (Franklyn Baur with Ben Selvin’s Orchestra) [also 78/Apex 8323]
2. 78/Brunswick 2835 (Carl Fenton’s Orchestra)
3. 78/Edison 51519 (Billy Wayne’s Greenwich Village Inn Orchestra)
4. 78/Tremont 0527 (Tremont Dance Orchestra)
5. 78/Victor 19586 (Arthur Hall with the International Novelty Orchestra)
6. 78/Victor 19640 (Billy Murray with orchestra)
7. 78/Vocalion 14979 (Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra)
8. 78/Victor 20-4103 (The Three Beaus and A Peep with the Irving Fields Trio0
9. 78/Harmony 15 H (Billy Jones with The Promenaders)
10. Dimensions In Sound/Tribute To Chaplin, CD/Dutton Vocalion 4278 (Stanley Black with The London Festival Orchestra and Chorus)
11. A Night At Casino De Paris, CD/EPM 995492 (Mistinguett)
12. Montand, CD/Universal 5429202 (Yves Montand)
13. Gypsy Jazz, CD/Primo Records PRMCD 6093 (Henri Crolla Sa Guitare et Son Ensemble)
14. Tribal Musette, CD/Sunnyside 283078 (Dominique Cravic with Les Primitifs Du Futur)
15. Les Chansons De Ces Annees-La: 1914-1918, CD/Forlane 19171 (Marcelly)
16. Jacques Helian Et Son Orchestre, CD/EMI 8560032 (Jacques Helian et Son Orchestre)
17. Grands Succes De Toujours, Vol. 1, CD/EPM  982012 (Francis Lemarque)


The Doo-Dah (M: Harry Ruby; L: Bert Kalmar)
Give The Little Kids A Chance (M: Raymond Hubbell) (dropped for the subsequent tour)
Irish Jewish Jubilee (M/L: Bert Kalmar; Harry Ruby) (dropped for the subsequent tour)
Je Vous Aime (I Love You) (M/L: Arthur L. Beiner)
The Lady Osteopath (M/L: Blanche Merrill) (cut after opening)
Old Established Firm (M/L: Blanche Merrill) (cut after opening)
Sailor’s Sweetheart (added for the subsequent tour)
Tra-La-La-La (M/L: Elsie Janis; Vincent Scotto)
The Undecided Blues (M/L: Elsie Janis)
Uno (M: C. Luckyeth Roberts; L: Alex Rogers) (added for the subsequent tour)
We Beg To Announce (M/L: Elsie Janis)
We’re Jumping Into Something (M/L: Blanche Merrill) (dropped for the subsequent tour)
When The Cat’s Away (M/L: Blanche Merrill) (cut after opening)
You’ve Got To Dance (M/L: Elsie Janis)