Panama Hattie

Original Broadway Production (1940)

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Skat Briggs
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Windy Deegan
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Woozy Hogan
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Hattie Maloney
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Leila Tree
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Nick Bullett
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Florrie
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Geraldine Bullett
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Vivian Budd
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Mrs. Gonzales

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Musical Numbers


Act One

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  • Opening .... Singing Girls and Boys and Ensemble
  • Join It Right Away .... Woozy, Skat and Windy
  • Visit Panama .... Hattie, 4 Men of Manhattan and Ensemble
  • My Mother Would Love You .... Hattie and Nick
  • I've Still Got My Health .... Hattie and Ensemble
  • I've Still Got My Health (Reprise) .... Ensemble
  • Fresh as a Daisy .... Florrie, Skat and Windy
  • Welcome to Jerry .... Singing Girls and Boys and Ensemble
  • Let's Be Buddies .... Hattie and Jerry
  • They Ain't Done Right By Our Nell .... Florrie and Vivian
  • Specialty .... Mac and Chiquita
  • I'm Throwing a Ball Tonight .... Hattie and Ensemble

Act Two

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  • Opening .... Singing Girls and Boys and Ensemble
  • Who Would Have Dreamed? (Duet) .... Dancers
  • Make It Another Old-Fashioned, Please .... Hattie
  • All I've Got to Get Now Is My Man .... Florrie and Ensemble
  • You Said It .... Hattie, Budd, Woody, Windy and Skat
  • Who Would Have Dreamed? (Waltz Reprise) .... Dancing Ensemble
  • Let's Be Buddies (Reprise) .... Hattie and Jerry
  • God Bless the Women .... Woozy, Windy and Skat
  • Finale .... Entire Company

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Trivia & History

There has been some confusion over the years about the song "They Ain't Done Right By Our Nell." It was listed in the opening-night Broadway playbills, but was gone from the playbill by the following week. Because Betty Hutton later insisted that Ethel Merman had one of Hutton's songs cut before Broadway, it has been surmised that "They Ain't Done Right By Our Nell" was gone by opening night, and that it was in the opening-night playbill because it was cut too late to be removed from the printed playbill. But critic Allen Kelcey of Women's Wear Daily specifically mentioned the song in his opening-night review. So it seems that the song was probably in the show on opening night but cut shortly after.

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