Composer: Raymond Hubbell
Lyricists: Anne Caldwell; Otto Harbach

Opened: January 25, 1927, Shubert Theatre, N.Y.C., and closed on May 14, 1927; reopened on March 12, 1928, Century Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 127 (original run); 24 (return engagement)

Look At The World And Smile:

1. 78/Columbia 912 D (Cliquot Club Eskimos directed by Harry Reser)
2. 78/Brunswick 3456 (The Clevelanders with vocal chorus)
3. 78/Victor 20472 (Jean Goldkette and His Orchestra) [reissued on Victor Recordings (1924-1928), CD/Transatlantic Radio 11]
4. Bix Beiderbecke 1924-1930: The Alternative Takes In Chronological Order, CD/Neatwork 2060 (Bix Beiderbecke with the Jean Goldkette Orchestra) (two alternate takes)

Somebody Else:

1. 78/Victor 20472 (Fran Frey, Bob Borger, and Bob Rice with George Olsen and his Music) [reissued on Music Of Broadway: The Twenties Volume 2 (1927), JJA (M) 19803]
2. 78/Brunswick 3456 (The Clevelanders with vocal chorus)
3. 78/Columbia 900 D (Vincent Van Tuyl with Fred Rich and His Hotel Astor Orchestra)
4. 78/Emerson 3113 (Marlborough Dance Orchestra)

Unrecorded Numbers:

Dance (dropped during the run)
Dawn Of Dreams
Don't Shake My Tree
Entrance of Chinese Girls, Show Girls
Fearfully, Frightful Love (sheet music only)
Finale (Act I)
Finale (Act II)
Follow The Guide
Four Aristocrats (specialty number) (dropped during the run)
Googly, Googly, Goos
The Gunman (dropped during the run)
High Yaller (Hoffin Number)
I Want A Pal
The Lotus Flower
Mary Has A Little Fair
Open Door Club
Quit Kiddin'
Shuffling Bill
Yours Truly