Composer: Cole Porter
Lyricist: Cole Porter

Opened: February 24, 1955, Imperial Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 477

Note: Only material not found on the original Broadway cast album or the film sountrack is noted below.

Give Me The Land (unused):

1. Unpublished Cole Porter Vol. II, Painted Smiles (S) PS-1358 (Edward Earle and Entire Company) [reissued as CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-125]

If Ever We Get Out Of Jail (unused; same music as "As On Through The Seasons We Sail"):

For recordings of "As On Through The Seasons We Sail" see:

1. Silk Stockings, RCA Victor LOC 1016 (Don Ameche and Hildegard Neff with orchestra conducted by Herbert Greene) [reissued as CD/RCA Victor 1102-2-RG]
2. Broadway '55, Decca (M) DL 8099 (Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians) [also 45/Decca 9-29332]

Let's Make It A Night (unused):

1. Lost In Boston, CD/Varese Sarabande VSD-5475 (Lynnette Perry and Jonathan Freeman with musical direction by James Stenborg)

The Perfume Of Love (unused):

1. Discovery, RCA Victor (S) LSC-2986 (Larry Adler, harmonica, and Morton Gould and his Orchestra)

There's A Hollywood That's Good (cut):

1. Love, Linda, CD/150 Music 150M11 (Stevie Holland with Landon Knoblock, piano, Peter Brendler, bass, and Jeff Davis, drums)

Under The Dress (unused):

1. Cole Porter Revisited Vol. V, CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-122 (Ann Hampton Callaway)

Unrecorded Material:

Art (cut)
Bebe Of Gay Paree (unused; music does not survive)
I'm The Queen Thamar (aka "I'm The Queen That Goes Too Far") (unfinished; no music survives)
Keep Your Chin Up (unfinished; no music survives)
What A Ball (unused; based on song sketch titled "Play The Boston")
Why Should I Trust You? (unused)