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May 3 to 12, 1945

JOHN WILDBERG

Presents

BILL ROBINSON

in the

VINTON FREEDLEY PRODUCTION

MEMPHIS BOUND

A New Musical Comedy
with

AVON LONG
Sheila Guys
Ida James
Thelma Carpenter
Delta Rhythm Boys
Billy Daniels
Ada Brown
Georgette Harvey

Lyrics and Music by Don Walker and Clay Warnick
Book by Albert Barker and Sally Benson
(With a grateful nod to W. S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan)
Directed by Robert Ross
Assisted by Eva Jessye
Dances by Al White, Jr.
Ballet by Anton Dolin
Scenery Designed and Lighted by George Jenkins
Costumes by Lucinda Ballard
Ass't to Miss Ballard Johnnie Johnstone
Charles Sanford, Conductor

CAST
(In order of their appearance)
Hector....................................Oscar Plante
Melissa Carter (Aunt Mel).................Helen Dowdy
Ralph Baggott.............................Billy Daniels
Cousin Sarabelle..........................Harriet Jackson
Mrs. Paradise.............................Ada Brown
Rosalie...................................Harriet Jackson
Lily Valentine............................Sheila Guys
Penny Paradise............................Ida James
Henny Paradise............................Thelma Carpenter
Sheriff Hopkins...........................Charles Welch
Mr. Finch.................................Frank Wilson
Winfield Carter (Windy)...................Avon Long
Pop Valentine.............................Bill Robinson

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