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THE MUSIC BOX
SAM H. HARRIS AND IRVING BERLIN,
MANAGERS

FIRE NOTICE: Look around now and choose the nearest exit to your seat. In case of fire, walk (not run) to that exit. Do not try to beat your neighbor to the street.
JOHN J. DORMAN, Fire Commissioner.

BEGINNING MONDAY EVENING,
NOVEMBER 27, 1933  

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SAM H. HARRIS
PRESENTS

MATINEES THURSDAY AND SATURDAY

MARILYN MILLER  CLIFTON WEBB

HELEN BORDERICK
IN A NEW MUSICAL REVUE

"AS THOUSANDS CHEER"
BY
IRVING BERLIN AND MOSS HART
WITH ETHEL WATERS
STAGE AND LIGHTED BY
HASSARD SHORT

Dances arranged by CHARLES WEIDMAN
Settings designed by ALBERT JOHNSON
Orchestra under the direction of Frank Tours

CAST
MARILYN MILLED   CLIFTON WEBB
HELEN BRODERICK  ETHEL WATERS
LESLIE ADAMS     HAL FORDE
JEROME COWAN     HARRY STOCKWELL
THOMAS HAMILTON  HAMTREE HARRINGTON
PEGGY CORNELL    HAROLD MURRAY

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