Composer: Various
Lyricist: Various

Opened: December 29, 1928, N.Y.C.
Performances: Unknown

Note: A complete song list is not available at this time.

Les Ananas (M/L: Fred Pearly and Eddy) (originally used in the film INNOCENTS OF PARIS): :

1. 78/Pathe 4149 (Maurice Chevalier)
2. 78/Victor 22093 (Maurice Chevalier with orchestra) [also 78/Gramophone K 5661; 78/Electrola EG 2029 ; reissued on Encore Maurice!, CD/ASV/Living Era CDAJA 5016]

It's A Habit Of Mine (M: Richard A. Whiting; L: Leo Robin) (originally used in the film INNOCENTS OF PARIS):

1. 78/Victor 22007 (Maurice Chevalier with orchestra) [reissued on On Top Of The World, CD/Pearl Flapper 9711]
2. Ray Starita And His Ambassadors Band, Vol. 1: 1928-1929, CD/Mellotone MELLO 012 (Ray Starita and His Ambassadors' Club Band)

Valentine (M: Henri Christine; L: Albert Willemetz) (originally used in the films INNOCENTS OF PARIS and FOLLIES BERGERE):

1. 78/Pathe 4239 (Maurice Chevalier)
2. 78/Victor 22093 (Maurice Chevalier) [reissued on Ma Cherie, CD/ProArte CDD-438]
3. 78/HMV K-6058 (Maurice Chevalier)
4. 78/HMV K-8544 (Maurice Chevalier)
5. Maurice Chevalier Returns, 78/Victor album S-51 (Maurice Chevalier) [also found on Maurice Chevalier, 10"/LPT-3042; Thank Heaven For Maurice Chevalier, RCA Victor (M) LPM-2076]
6. 78/Decca 3951 (The Norsemen with Nat Brandwynne and His Orchestra)
7. 78/Victor 20066 (Franklyn Baur with the International Novelty Orchestra)
8. 45/Coral 9-62212 (The Newport Youth Band conducted by Marshall Brown)
9. 45/Decca 9-30568 (Ethel Smith, piano)
10. Chevalier's Paris, Columbia (M) CL-1049 (Maurice Chevalier)
11. Yesterday, MGM 3702 (Maurice Chevalier)
12. Jonathan And Darlene Edwards In Paris!, Corinthian 103 (Jonathan and Darlene Edwards)
13. Heritage: Florilege - 1948-1965, CD/Universal (Maurice Chevalier)
14. Heritage: A L'Alhambra - 1956, CD/Universal (Maurice Chevalier)
15. Heritage: Le Twist Du Canotier - 1962-1963, CD/Barclay (Maurice Chevalier)
16. Staccato/Paris Swings, CD/DRG (orchesetra conducted by Elmer Bernstein)
A radio transcription performed by Andre Toffel with the Tito Enriquez Orchestra is also known to exist.

Who Cares What You Have Been? (M: Martin Freed; L: L. Wolfe Gilbert):

1. 78/Victor 21930 (Helen Morgan with orchestra) [also 78/Gramophone B 3058; reissued on Ruth Etting & Helen Morgan: More Than You Know, CD/Box Office EMBO-CD#15/95]
2. 78/Diva 2877 G (Marvin Young with the Golden Gate Orchestra) [also 78/Velvet Tone 1877 V; 78/Harmony 877 H]
3. 78/Victor 21960 (Don Howard with Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orchestra)