An Excerpt from
' Dick Whittington and his Cat'
Presented by the Coventry Hippodrome
(By arrangement with Bertram Montague ) from the Hippodrome Theatre,
The Hadji Ben Ali Troupe of Whirlwind
The Henriette Fuller
Terpsichoreans Alice Jacklin 's Three Cuties
The Four Rangers
Francis Whitmer 's Twelve Coventry
The Twenty Bow Belles
Book by Fred Clements
Music by Jack Clements
Additional scenes and lyrics by Lewis Marks
Dances and Ensembles by Mildred Challenger
Musical Director, William Pethers
Production by Lewis Marks
Dick Whittington, a poor boy:
Idle Jack, an idle apprentice Fred Miller Alderman Fitzwarren, a London Merchant:
Alice Fitzwarren, his daughter:
Sarah, his cook:
The Emperor of Morocco:
The Princess of Morocco:
Fairy Good Heart:
Tommy the Cat:
Band of His Majesty's Grenadier
Guards, conducted by Major George Miller : March, The Phantom Brigade (Myddleton). Songs of Ireland (arr. Duthoit)-Introducing: The Flight of the Earls. Rakes of Mallow. O'Donnell's March. Irish Washer-woman. Let Erin remember. St. Patrick's Day. Hey, Ho, the morning dew. Remember the glories of Brien the brave. Paddy O'Carroll. The Minstrel Boy.
Marche militaire (Schubert)
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