Composer: Manning Sherwin
Lyricist: Harold Purcell

Opened: November 22, 1945, Phoenix Theatre, London; October 3, 1947, Shubert Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 665 (London); 37 (N.Y.C.)

The Moment I Saw You:

1. 78/Columbia FB3173 (Rita Williams with Carroll Gibbons and the Savoy Hotel Orpheans) [reissued on The Carroll Gibbons Story, CAS/World TC2-SH167]
2. 78/Columbia FB3179 (Steve Conway with orchestra conducted by Jack Byfield)
3. 78/HMV B-4418 (Cicely Courtneidge wih orchesra conducted by Ray Noble)
3. 78/Decca **** (Robert Farnon and His Orchestra) [reissued on Hits From The Silver Screen, CD/Avid 8004]
4. Melody Fair, CD/Jasmine 661 (Robert Farnon and His Orchestra) (from the soundtrack of SPRING IN PARK LANE)
5. Recollections Of 1945, CD/Empress 875 (unidentified performer) (unverified)
6. Live In London, 1959, CD/Sepia 1257 (Jo Stafford with Jack Parnell and His Orchestra)

Unrecorded Numbers:

Ay Yi Yi
Close Your Eyes (used in the London production only)
Everywhere (added to the New York production; originally used in HERE COME THE BOYS)
Hurdy Gurdy Joe (cut)
I'm Part of the History of England (cut)
Let's Get Back To Glamour
No-One's Tried To Kiss Me