The Vein of Gold .... Sung by Cruikshank, Peter and Ensemble
No Mind of Your Own .... Sung by Belinda, Leonard and Toodles
Dance in the Snow .... By Eustasia, First Girl in Green (Gwenn Verdun), Second Girl in Green (Pat Horne,) Third Girl in Green (Mara Lynn), Four Prospectors (Remi Martel, Robert Evans, John Ward, Hugh Ellsworth)
Tell Me Why .... Sung by Peter and Belinda
Fill 'Er Up .... Sung and danced by the Entire Ensemble
The Versatile Da Vinci's .... Sung and danced by Belinda, Leonard and Toodles
Reprise: Tell Me Why .... Sung by Belinda
Misunderstood .... Sung by Waldo Cruikshank
Up in Smoke .... Sung by Peter and Belinda
Gambling Dance .... By Gwenn Verdun
Bonanza .... Sung by Belinda and Ensemble
Bonanza Bound .... First Siren (Maura Lynn), Second Siren (Pat Horne), Third Siren (Mary Statz)
Wind .... By Gwenn Verdun, Marian McPherson, and the Entire Company
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Totem Dance .... White Foxes (Richard Reed and Wayne Lamb), Sea Lion (Paul Godkin)
Cruikshank March .... Sung by the Singing Ensemble
Somewhere in the Snow .... Sung by Belinda and Toodles
True .... Sung by Peter and Belinda
Spring .... Sung by Chokkilok, Belinda, Peter, Eustasia, Leonard and Toodles
This Was Meant to Be .... Sung by Waldo Cruikshank
Waltz .... Danced by Belinda, Paul Godkin and Richard Reed
Reprise: It Was Meant to Be .... Sung by Mrs. Van Rensselaer
Inspiration .... Sung by Leonard and Eustasia
Reprise: True .... Sung by Belinda, Peter, Eustasia, Leonard, Mrs. Van Rensselaer, Digby and Toodles
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Trivia & History
The production was supposed to open in Philadelphia on the evening of Christmas day — December 25, 1947 — but it was postponed till the 26th.
The production was to have played in Philadelphia through January 10, 1948, but it closed there a week early. After Philadelphia, it was to have moved to Boston, with an opening there announced for January 12. January 29 had been announced as the opening date on Broadway. As there was a booking jam on Broadway at the time, no theatre had yet been booked.
It was announced that the show would be back soon, after some rewriting and recasting, but it never did come back.