Composer: Oscar Levant; Albert Sirmay
Lyricist: Irving Caesar; Graham John

Opened: February 11, 1930, New Amsterdam Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 55

I'm A Little Bit Fonder Of You (M/L: Irving Caesar) (originally used in MERCENARY MARY):

1. 78/Columbia 3808 (Sonnie Hale and June with orchestra conducted by Leonard Hornsey)
2. 78/Columbia 9067 (Columbia Vocal Gems Chorus with orchestral accompaniment)
3. 78/HMV C1221 (Jack Hylton and His Orchestra) [reissued on Light Music From The Variety Stage, 1925-1928, Flapper PAST702]
4. 78/Victor 20393 (Tom Waring with Waring's Pennsylvanians) [reissued on The Great Ones, CD/ Pearl 7075]
5. A Tiny Flat Near Soho Square, CD/Dutton/Vocalion CDEA 6139 (Percival Mackey & His Band)

Unrecorded Material:

Anything Can Happen Any Day (M: Jerome Kern; L: Graham John)
Autumn Ballet
Babykins (M: Oscar Levant) (dropped after opening)
Barefoot Girl
Big Brother To Me (M: Arthur Schwartz; L: Howard Dietz) (added after opening)
The Cane Dance
Finale Act 1
Finale Act 2
Gentlemen Of The Press
A Girl Is Nobody
Girls Of Long Ago
Heel And Toe Dance
Hunting Days
I Take After Rip
I'm Afraid (M: Albert Sirmay) (dropped after opening)
Is It Love? (M: Oscar Levant; L: Irving Caesar) (dropped after opening)
The Sunrise Dance
Talk With Your Heel And Your Toe (M: Oscar Levant; L: Irving Caesar)
There's Nothing Wrong In A Kiss (M: Oscar Levant)
We Never Sleep (dropped after opening)
You Never Can Tell About Love (M: J. Fred Coots; L: Benny Davis) (added during the run)