Paint Your Wagon

London Production (1953)

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Dances and Musical Ensembles
Dances (reproduction)

Cast Highlights

Jennifer Rumson
Salem Trumbull
Ben Rumson
Jake Whippany
Steve Bullnack
Julio Valveras
Pete Billings
Elizabeth Woodling
Yvonne Sorel
Suzanne Duval

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Musical Numbers

Act One

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  • I'm On My Way .... The Company
  • Rumson Town .... Jake
  • What's Goin' On Here? .... Jennifer
  • I Talk to the Trees .... Jennifer and Julio
  • Lonely Men Dance .... Pete Billings and the male dancers
  • They Call the Wind Maria .... Steve and Chorus
  • I Still See Elisa .... Ben
  • How Can I Wait? .... Jennifer
  • I'm On My Way (Reprise) .... Elizabeth, Jacob and Sarah
  • Trio .... Elizabeth, Jacob and Sarah
  • Rumson Town (Reprise) .... Jake
  • In Between .... Ben
  • Whoop-ti-ay! .... Ben, Elizabeth and Ensemble
  • Carino Mio .... Julio and Jennifer
  • There's a Coach Comin' In ... Male Chorus
  • Coach Ballet .... Dancers and Ensemble
  • Finaletto .... Ben, Elizabeth, Julio and Steve

Act Two

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  • Hand Me Down That Can O' Beans .... Jake and the Company
  • Rope Dance .... Pete and Yvonne
  • Can-Can .... Suzanne and Rocky
  • Another Autumn .... Steve, Julio, Pete and Yvonne
  • Movin' .... Bill, Ed, Jack, Joe, Sam, Johansen and Sing Yuy
  • I'm On My Way (Reprise) .... Bill, Ed, Jack, Joe, Sam and Johansen
  • All for Him .... Jennifer
  • Wandering Star .... Ben and the Male Chorus
  • I Talk to the Trees (Reprise) .... Jennifer
  • Fandango's Farewell ... The Girls
  • Rumson Town (Reprise) .... Jake
  • Strike! .... Sandy, Steve and Jake
  • I'm On My Way (Reprise) .... The Miners
  • Finale .... The Company

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Trivia & History

At least two contemporary sources — the December 1952 issue of Theatre Arts magazine, which included the text of the national tour revision of the script and an article on the show, and the London Dispatch column on page 2 of the issue of Billboard magazine dated August 2, 1952 — stated that Joe E. Brown would be starring in this production, but instead Bobby Howes ended up starring as Ben Rumson.

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