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Source:   The Melody Man (1924)


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[Eva Puck (Stella Mallory), Fredric March (Donald Clemens) and Betty Weston (Elsa Henkel) in The Melody Man]

Image ID: 1819776

[Eva Puck (Stella Mallory), Fredric March (Donald Clemens) and Betty Weston (Elsa Henkel) in The Melody Man] (1924)


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Image Title

:  [Eva Puck (Stella Mallory), Fredric March (Donald Clemens) and Betty Weston (Elsa Henkel) in The Melody Man]

Creator

: White Studio (New York, N.Y.) -- Photographer

Created Date

: 1924

Notes

: Richard Rodgers project.

Production Notes

: Titled The Jazz King in its pre-Broadway version, this play with two songs was written by Herbert Fields, Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart who used the pseudonym Herbert Richard Lorenz. It began touring in March 1924, played at the Ritz Theatre May 13-31, 1924, and at the 49th Street Theatre June 2-28, 1924. The 1930 film of the same title had a completely different plot and cast, and lacked Rodgers' music.

Source

: Billy Rose Theatre Collection photograph file / Productions / The Melody Man (1924)

Location

: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Billy Rose Theatre Division

Digital ID

: 1819776

Record ID

: 1914977

Digital Item Published

: 6-14-2010; updated 5-8-2012

Rights Notice

: Copyright The New York Public Library.

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