Bless You All

Original Broadway Production (1950)

Production Info

Previews: not listed yet (not listed yet)
Opening December 13, 1950
Closing: February 24, 1951
Length of Run: 84 perf.
Run Type: Open-ended

Location Info

Market: Broadway
Location: New York, NY

Credits Highlights

See full list

...
Staging
...
Dances and Ensembles

Cast

...
Star Performers
...
Featured Performers
...
Colonel Jasper Oglethorpe
...
Emmaline, his wife
...
Marmaduke, his son
...
Marybelle, his daughter
...
The Publisher
...
The Poor Girl
...
The Poor Boy
...
The Rich Girl

Musical Numbers

Act One

  • Bless You All .... Sung by Jules Munshin, Mary McCarty, Pearl Bailey, Valerie Bettis and Ensemble
  • Do You Know a Better Way to Make a Living? .... Sung by Jules Munshin and the Showgirls
  • Southern Fried Chekhov (sketch) .... Colonel Jasper Oglethorpe; Emmaline, his wife; Marmaduke, his son; Marybelle, his daughter; The Publisher
  • Don't Wanna Write About the South (song in Southern-Fried Chekhov) .... Sung by Marybelle, the Colonel, Emmaline and Marmaduke
  • I Can Hear It Now .... Sung by Jane Harvey (Danced by The Poor Girl, The Poor Boy, The Rich Girl, The Rich Boy and Dancing Couples)
  • When .... Sung by Pearl Bailey (Danced by A Boy and A Girl)
  • Back to Napoli (sketch) .... Benson, Miss Kane, Jaroslav, Laszlo, The Ladies, Enrico Bonzo, The Children
  • Little Things Meant So Much to Me .... Sung by Mary McCarty
  • A Rose Is a Rose .... Sung by Jane Harvey and Byron Palmer (Danced by The Rose, The Musicos, The Mobile, The Sleeping Boy, A Piece of Sculpture and The Revelers)
  • Love Letter to Manhattan .... Sung by Byron Palmer
  • TV Over the White House (sketch) .... Announcer, Joseph Gabriel Blow, Jane Blow, Their Son
  • Love That Man (song in TV Over the White House) .... Joe and Ensemble
  • Breakfast With Joe and Jane (scene in TV Over the White House)
  • Just a Little White House (song in TV Over the White House) .... Joe, Jane and Son
  • Somewhere Up There (scene in TV Over the White House) .... George Washington, Abe Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt
  • Voting Blues (song in TV Over the White House) .... Sung by Valerie Bettis
  • Stop the Politics! (scene in TV Over the White House) .... Joe and Jane, Miss Strong Constitution, Miss Natural Resources, Miss International Peace, Miss Federal Water Power
  • Finale (song in TV Over the White House) .... Joe and the entire ensemble

Act Two

  • Summer Dresses .... Sung by Byron Palmer and Ensemble (Danced by The Mannequin, Morning Dresses, Cocktail Dresses, Evening Dresses and Stock Boys)
  • The Cold War (sketch) .... Bill Slade, The Druggist
  • Take Off the Coat .... Sung by Jane Harvey
  • The Nobbiest Hobby (sketch) .... An Art Enthusiast, A Clergyman, Aunty, Doctor Smith, Grandma, A Nursemaid, A Good Humor Man, A Dowager, An Old Fisherman, A Pretty Young Girl, A Lifeguard, A Schoolgirl, Bathers
  • The Desert Flame .... Desert Flame, Monsieur le Commandant, Gendarmes, Pepe le Koko, Houris, The Texan, Native Drummers, The Torturers, Singing Houris, Patrons, Spectators and Natives
  • Peter and the P.T.A. (sketch) .... Mrs. Weatherby (Peter), Mr. Fothergill, Wendy, Captain Hook, The Pirates
  • You Never Know What Hit You -- When It's Love .... Sung by Pearl Bailey
  • The Roaring '20s Strike Back .... Sung by Jules Munshin and Mary McCarty
  • Finale .... Entire Company

Additional Musical Numbers Lists

No additional musical numbers lists yet.

Trivia & History

No trivia or history listed.

Posters & Promo Art

Photos

No photos yet.

Videos

No videos yet.

Production Info

Previews: not listed yet (not listed yet)
Opening December 13, 1950
Closing: February 24, 1951
Length of Run: 84 perf.
Run Type: Open-ended

Location Info

Market: Broadway
Location: New York, NY

Venues

Main Run

Tryout

Audio Recordings

No audios listed yet.

Video Recordings

No videos listed yet.

Copyright ©2022 ovrtur.com
Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy | Contact Us