Composers: Louis A. Hirsch; Dave Stamper
Lyricist: Gene Buck

Opened: March 1915, New Amsterdam Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: Unknown

Note: This show was also called NOTHING BUT GIRLS.

My Midnight Girl (possibly the same or similar song as “My Midnight Frolic Girl” used in the subsequent tour of ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1921):

For a recording of “My Midnight Frolic Girl,” see:
1. 78/Brunswick 2049 A (Vernon Trio)

My Spooky Girl (possibly the same or similar song to “My Spooky Girl” in MY HOME TOWN GIRL):

For a recording of the version of “My Spooky Girl” used in MY HOME TOWN GIRL, see:
1. My Home Town Girl, CD/Operetta Archives OA 1031 (Brian Maples with Adam Aceto and Stephanie Assisi, pianos)

My Tango Girl (possibly the same or similar song to “My Tango Girl” in HULLO, TANGO):

For recordings of “My Tango Girl,” see:
1. 78/HMV 03376 (Ethel Levy with orchestra) [also 78/HMV C573; reissued on British Musical Comedies By American Composers (1912-35), JJA (M) 19794]
2. 78/Victor 35422 (Victor Military Band)

Red, White And Blue (possibly the same or similar song to “The Red , White & Blue” in THE MIDNIGHT GIRL)

For a recording of “The Red, White & Blue,” see:
78/Victor 17652 (Peerless Quartet with orchestra)

The Ziegfeld One-Step:

1. Midnight Frolic: The Broadway Theater Music Of Louis A. Hirsch, CD/New World Records 80707-2 (Paragon Ragtime Orchestra directed by Rick Benjamin) (part of overture)

Unrecorded Material:

Gee I Only Wish I Could Make My Dreams Come True (M: Dave Stamper) (ASCAP/Library of Congress only)
The Girl From My Home Town (M: Dave Stamper)
Humpty Dumpty Drag (M: Dave Stamper)
I Want Someone To Make A Fuss Over Me
I’m Sober
Jungle Ball (M: Dave Stamper)
My Ziegfeld Midnight Girl (M: Dave Stamper) (ASCAP/Library of Congress only; possibly the same song as “My Midnight Girl”)
Scaddle-De-Mooch (M/L: Cecil Mack; Chris Smith) (sheet music only; possibly used in the second edition)