Composer: Harry Ruby
Lyricist: Bert Kalmar

Opened: September 20, 1926, Lyric Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 289

Note: The show was originally titled THE FLY-BY-KNIGHTS.

All Alone Monday (subsequently used in HOLLYWOOD MUSIC BOX REVUE (1927) (SPRING EDITION) and in the films THE CUCKOOS and THREE LITTLE WORDS):

1. 78/Edison 51862 (Arthur Fields with the Golden Gate Orchestra)
2. 78/Broadcast 600 (Val Layton with instrumental accompaniment)
3. 78/M-G-M 30242 (Gale Robbins with the MGM Studio Orchestra conducted by Andre Previn) [also found on Three Little Words, 10”/MGM E 516; resissued as CD/Rhino 7779]
4. 78/Harmony 283 H (W.M.C.A. Broadcasters)
5. 78/Perfect 14720 (John Ryan with Joe Candullo and His Everglades Orchestra)
6. 78/Brunswick 3380 (Colonial Club Orchestra)
7. 78/Victor 20259 (Johnny Marvin with Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orchestra) [reissued on Breezin’ Along With The Breeze, CD/ASV/Living Era CDAJA 5453]
8. 78/Victor 20417 (The Revelers)
9. 78/Columbia 777 D (Frank Harris with Fred Rich and His Hotel Astor Orchestra)
10. Keep Your Undershirt On, CD/Rialto SLRR-9001 (Kevin McMahon with musical direction by Glenn Mehrbach)
11. Three Little Words, CD/Turner Classic/Rhino 7779 (Gale Robbins with the M-G-M Studio Orchestra conducted by Andre Previn)
12. Great Film And Show Tunes, CD/Living Era CD AJA 5469 (George Melachrino and His Orchestra)
13. Nevertheless… The Kalmar And Ruby Songbook, CD/Audiophile ACD-344 (Ronny Whyte , piano and voice, with Boots Maleson, bass, David Silliman, drums, Lou Caputo, flute)

(Oh! How We Love Our) Alma Mater:

1. 78/Victor 20517 (Billy Murray and Monroe Silver)

You Smiled At Me (subsequently used in HOLLWOOD MUSIC BOX REVUE (1927) (SPRING EDITION) and the film THREE LITTLE WORDS):

1. Three Little Words, CD/Turner Classic/Rhino 7779 (Arlene Dahl with Andre Previn, piano)

Unrecorded Material

Any Little Tune
California Skies
Finale (Act 2)
Just One Kiss
Like You Do
The Movie Ball
Opening Ballet
Opening Chorus
We Won’t Charleston
Whistle (not in program) (subsequently used in TWINKLE, TWINKLE)
You Must - We Won’t