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. Excerpt from "YVONNE."

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A Musical Comedy. Book and Lyrics by PERCY GREENBACK.
Music bv
JEAN GILBERT and VERNON DUKE.
Relayed from
Daly's Theatre, Leicester Square. The Excerpt will include the following :
Song, " It's Nicer to be Naughty " (IVY TRESMAND and CHORUS) Quartet, " Temperament "
(DENNIS HOEY. FAY MARBE ,
MARK LESTER and GENE GERARD )
Duet, "How d'ye do ? "
(IVY TRESMAND and GREGORY STROUD )
Song, "The Magic of tho Moon " (FAY MARBE and CHORUS) Finale to Act I.'
(IVY TRESMAND and GREGORY STROUD )

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Gilbert
Unknown: Vernon Duke.
Unknown: Dennis Hoey.
Unknown: Fay Marbe
Unknown: Gene Gerard
Unknown: Gregory Stroud
Unknown: Gregory Stroud

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. Excerpt from "YVONNE."

2LO London, 25 June 1926 20.30






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