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Musicals: 1940

1940: WHITE HORSE INN - Ralph Benatsky, Robert Stolz, Harry Graham, Hans Mueller, Robert Gilbert (Coliseum, Charing Cross)
Folly Bask, Charles Murray, Isobel Marden, William Norman, Nancy Robinson, Charles Wingrove, Derek Oldham, Nita Croft, Rex Snelgrove, Betty Crotty, Eric Warren, Richard Beamish, Hal Bryan, Nancy Burne, Gordon Little, Maria Drozdzynska, Eddie Childs, Alfred Hearne, Mary Lawson, Phil Lester, Henry Weste; dir:Frank C Marshall, Prince Littler [12pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, scene list, credits etc.; uncommon; VG] £4

Musicals: 1941

1941: GET A LOAD OF THIS - James Hadley Chase (London Hippodrome)
Vic Oliver, Jack Allan, Celia Lipton, Eric Mason, Joy Devine, Albert Lieven, Charles Farrell, Peter Bernard, Valerie White, John Lothar, Gaylord Brian, George Hamilton, Iris Lockwood, Georgia MacKinnon, Arnold Rooke, Pat Clare, Harold Wilkinson, Paxie Montaye, Jack Barker, Daphne Barker, Vernon John, Charles Rolfe, Lyn Williams, Margo King, Chick Alexander, Chappie D'Amato [6pp triple-fold, 3.75x9; cast list, list of musical numbers; uncommon; VG] £3

1941: LADY BEHAVE - Stanley Lupino, Edward Horan (His Majesty's)
Meinhart Maur, Guy Fielding, George Carden, George Bowler, Betty Percheron, Lawrence Barclay, Harry Hilliard, Bernard Clifton, Marianne Davis, Hartley Power, Sally Gray, Bobby Howes, Pat Kirkwood, Arthur Gomez, Sonny Ray [4pp, 9.7x8.75; cast, list of scenes and musical numbers; uncommon; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1941: LADY BEHAVE - Stanley Lupino, Edward Horan (His Majesty's)
Meinhart Maur, Gordon Humphris, George Carden, George Bowler, Betty Percheron, Lawrence Barclay, Harry Hilliard, Bernard Clifton, Judy Kelly, Hartley Power, Sally Gray, Bobby Howes, Pat Kirkwood, Arthur Gomez, Sonny Ray [4pp, 9.7x8.75; cast, list of scenes and musical numbers; uncommon; rumpled and creased - a reading copy only] £1

Musicals: 1942

1942: FULL SWING - Arthur Macrae, Archie Menzies and Jack Hulbert (Palace Theatre)
Gabrielle Brune, Keneth Kent, Jack Hulbert, Cicely Courtneidge, Nora Swinburne, George De Warfaz; dir:Jack Hulbert [6pp, 3.5x8 triple-fold; cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £3

1942: WALTZ WITHOUT END - Eric Maschwitz, Chopin, Bernard Grun (Cambridge Theatre)
Frank Wignall, Heather Boys, Eliot Makeham, Betty Warren, Tommy Robinson, Peggy Loman, Ruth Warner, Barbara Wood, Olga D'Este, Enid Gardiner, Vernon Kelso, Walter Newman, Ivor Sheridan, Bertram Dench, Jimmy Godden, Jane Carr, Bertram Wallis, Marianne Deeming, Pola Nirenska, Moira Kennett, Daria Luna; dir:Jack Buchanan [4pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1942: DU BARRY WAS A LADY - Cole Porter (His Majesty's)
Frances Day, Arthur Riscoe, Bruce Trent, Brenda de Banzie; dir:Richard Bird [4pp, 5x8.5; cast, scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1942: ROSE MARIE - Rudolf Friml, Herbert Stothart, Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein (Stoll)
Marjorie Browne, Raymond Newell, Danny Green, George Lacy, Phyllis Monkman, David Davies, Paul Jackson; dir:Felix Edwardes [4pp, 5.5x8.5; cast, scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1942: LILAC TIME - Franz Schubert, Heinrich Berte, G H Clutsam (Stoll)
Mina Greene, Patricia Horder, Penelope Lechmere, Blake Adams, Roy Sheldon, Vincent Lera, John McGuire, Rubina Gilchrist, Ella Drury, Irene Eisinger, Arthur Hosking, John Lera, Leon Hochlodd, Derek Oldham, Frank Titterton, George Graves, Maria Minetti, John Oliver; dir:Pat Hillyard [4pp, 5.25x8.2; cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1942: THE MAID OF THE MOUNTAINS - Harold Fraser-Simson, Harry Graham, Frederick Lonsdale, J. W. Tate (London Coliseum)
Bernard Dudley, Dan Noble, George Lowndes, Charles Wingrove, Kenneth Heaton, Sonnie Hale, Sylvia Cecil, Malcolm Keen, Joy Hayden, Elsie Randolph, Davy Burnaby, Bert Randall, James McKay, Kenneth Mosley, Iris Farrell, Kathryn Eden, Edward Law; dir:Emile Littler [4pp, 5.25x8.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £3

Musicals: 1943

1943: SOMETHING IN THE AIR - Manning Sherwin, Harold Purcell and Max Kester (Palace)
Jack Hulbert, Cicely Courtneidge, Geoffrey Wardwell, Gabrielle Brune, Ronald Shiner; dir:Jack Hulbert [6pp,5.4 8x; cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £3

1943: THE DESERT SONG - Sigmund Romberg, Oscar Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, Frank Mandel (Prince of Wales)
Sidney Pointer, Eric Boyd, Edgar T.Hayes, Barry Du Garde, Phyllis Bridgwater, Harry Welchman, Frederic Bentley, Phyllis Baker, Victor Standing, Helen Barnes, Iris Sidney, Eleanor Fayre, Arthur Wontner, Olive Rose, Harry Brindle; dir:James Shirvell [4pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenery, musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £3

1943: IT'S TIME TO DANCE - Kenneth Leslie-Smith, Harry Roy, Gaby Rogers, Harry Phillips, Douglas Furber, L.Arthur Rose (Winter Garden)
Jack Buchanan, Andrew Leigh, Fred Emney, Elsie Randolph, Mabel Twemlow; dir:Jack Buchanan [4pp, 5x8; cast, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1943: ARC DE TRIOMPHE - Ivor Novello, Christopher Hassall (Phoenix)
Maidie Andrews, Harcourt Williams, Harold Purkiss, Rene Croome, Mary Ellis, Gwen Floyd, Peter Graves, Raymond Lovell, Netta Westcott, Nesta Ross, Vicki Bruce, Harry Fergusson, Peggy Rush, Albert Digney, Douglas Thompson, Violet Gould, Tony De Lungo, Elisabeth Welch, Couth Griffiths, Linda Howard, Hilary Allen, Eric Starling, Edgar Elmes; dir:Leontine Sagan [4pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

Musicals: 1944

1944: THE LILAC DOMINO - Charles Cuvillier, R.B.Smith, H.B.Smith, Herbert C. Sargent, Howard Carr (His Majesty's)
Billy Holland, Graham Payn, Elizabeth French, Leo Franklyn, Richard Dolman, Sherrit Pringle, Trevor Glyn, Lottie Berk, Bernard Clifton, Neal Arden, Pat Taylor, Betty Bowden, Desmond Campbell, Bebe de Roland; dir:Jack Hylton [4pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £2

1944: THREE WALTZES - Oscar Straus, Diana Morgan, Robert MacDermot (Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool)
Evelyn Laye, John Marquand, Margaret Damer, Madoline Thomas, Fred Berger, Charles Goldner, Grenville Darling, Grace Lane, Felix Irwin, Hugh Barnet, Bernard Ansell, Frank Royde, Fred Groves, Esmond Knight, Neil Crawford, Frances Clare, Bruce Winston, Alastair Thomson, Joan North; dir:Norman Marshall [4pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £2

Musicals: 1945

1945: BIG BOY - Carroll Gibbons, Douglas Furber, Fred Emney, Max Kester (Saville)
Triss Henderson, Margaret Halstan, Norman Prince, Richard Hearne, Fred Emney, Peggy Hahn, George Burn, Barr Macdonald, Matt Nixon, Harry Lane, April Stride, Edward Baxter, Ethel Edwardes, Griffiths Moss, Fred Lepel; dir:Frank P Adey [4pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £2

1945: SWEET YESTERDAY - Philip Leaver, Kenneth Leslie-Smith, James Dyrenforth, Max Kester (Adelphi)
Pat Hagan, Terry Farrell, Hugh Miller, Marjorie Baker, Franklin Bennett, Reginald Tate, Anne Ziegler, Webster Booth, Rupert White, Paula Grey, Ricardo Davies, Doris Hare, Mark Daly, Sheila Reynolds, Gwen Lewis; dir:Jack Hulbert [4pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; date pencilled on cover (2.7.45), else VG] £2

Musicals: 1946

1946: CAN-CAN - Max Catto, Fred S.Tysh, Jacques Offenbach, Bernard Grun (Adelphi)
William March, John Denis, Charles Murray, Peter Owen, William Morgan, Andrew Massey, Leo Franklyn, Margaret Davison, Noel Morris, Charles Dorning, Clifford Mollison, Elizabeth French, Alys Tyrrell, Bart Wadham, Ernest Cattle, Doreen Duke, Ronald Bruce; dir:William Mollison [4pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; rumpled, else VG] £1

1946: PACIFIC 1860 - Noel Coward (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane)
Mary Martin, Sylvia Cecil, Maria Perilli, Winefride Ingham, Maidie Andrews, Ann Martin, Irlin Hall, Peggy Thompson, Joy O'Neill, Daphne Peretz, Ann Sullivan, Rose Hignell, Daphne Anderson, Gwen Bateman, Celia Lamb, Helen Horsey, Moya Nugent, Betty Hare, Jacqueline Jones, Carol Graye, Elizabeth Todd, Lucy Peters, Jacqueline Browning, Graham Payn, Pat McGrath, Tudor Evans, Carl Jaffe, Cyril Butcher, Denis Martin, John Warwick, Peter Evans, Angus Menzies, David Carey, Peter Mosley, Grant Tyler, Jack Martin, Harry Weste, Emlyn Weeks, Gustav Sacher, Howard Gilbert, Ronald Evans, Anthony Kay, Lionel Baker; dir:Noel Coward [8pp, 5.4x8.7; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits; rumpled] £1

1946 (Apr): SONG OF NORWAY - Edvard Grieg, Wright & Forrest (Palace Theatre)
Arthur Servent, Jean Anderson, Alan Clarke, Denver Hall, John Patterson, Doreen Locke, Gladys Cowper, Halina Victoria, John Hargreaves, Charles Doran, Colin Cunningham, Olive Sturgess, Jan Lawski, Patricia Garnett, James Davie, Bernard Ansell, Janet Hamilton-Smith, Dale Williams, Gladys Walthoe, Moyna Cope, Brenda Stanley, Josephine Martin, Darroll Richards, John Pygram, Patricia Garnett, Wendy Brandon, Antony Holles, Gerard Peters, Moyra Fraser, John Lawski; dir:Charles Hickman, choreography: Robert Helpmann, Pauline Grant [8pp, 5x8; cover photo, cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £3

1946 (Dec): SONG OF NORWAY - Edvard Grieg, Wright & Forrest (Palace Theatre)
Arthur Servent, Jean Anderson, Raymond Cooney, Godfrey Joy, Gordon Gilbert, Doreen Locke, Gladys Cowper, Halina Victoria, John Hargreaves, Charles Doran, Colin Cunningham, Olive Sturgess, Jan Lawski, Patricia Garnett, James Davie, Bernard Ansell, Janet Hamilton-Smith, Dale Williams, Gladys Walthoe, Moyna Cope, Brenda Stanley, Josephine Martin, Darroll Richards, John Pygram, Patricia Garnett, Wendy Brandon, Antony Holles, Gerard Peters, Moyra Fraser, John Lawski; dir:Charles Hickman, choreography: Robert Helpmann, Pauline Grant [8pp, 5x8; cover photo, cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; minor annotations, else VG] £3

Musicals: 1947

1947: ANNIE GET YOUR GUN - Irving Berlin, Herbert and Dorothy Fields (London Coliseum)
Harry Moreny, William Thomson, Arthur Bell, Barbara Babington, Wendy Toye, Irving Davies, Bill Johnson, Dolores Gray, Ellis Irving, James Clark, John Greene, Don Johnson, Patricia Garnett, Edmund Dalby, John Garside, Paddy Stone, Betty Hare; dir:Joshua Logan, Helen Tamiris and Charles Hickman [8pp, 4.5x7; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; rumpled] £1

1947: BLESS THE BRIDE - Vivian Ellis, A P Herbert (Adelphi)
Diana Beall, Stewart Vartan, Gwilym Jones, Lizbeth Webb, Brian Reece, Joan Elvin, Pamela Carroll, Winifred Hammick, Mildred Griffiths, Natasha Wills, Georges Guetary, Betty Paul, Eric Fort, Edna Clement, James Harcourt, Hebe Bliss, Anona Winn, Babatunde Macaulay, Allan Bourne Webb, Vincent Charles, Peter Lupino, Tommy Hudson, Douglas Orr, Edmund Goffron, Marianne Juer, Gerald Anthony, Richard Aubrey, Philip Lewtas; dir:Wendy Toye [8pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £4

1947: PERCHANCE TO DREAM - Ivor Novello (London Hippodrome)
Ivor Novello, Olive Gilbert, Muriel Barron, Zena Dare, Roma Beaumont, Robert Andrews; dir:Jack Minster [8pp; minor edge damage, rumpled] £2

1947: THE DESERT SONG - Sigmund Romberg, Oscar Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, Frank Mandel (New Theatre, Oxford)
Jules Cosman, Dallas Farmer, Danny Duggan, Pasco Renella, Mimi Bisset, Milo Lewis, Frederic Bentley, Lillian Curtis, Peter Grant, Johnny Hughes, Teddy Farmer, Patricia Ferry, Terry Lisle, Joan Soames, Wallace Court, Carol Lane, Robert Hughes; dir:Lillian Curtis, James Shirvell [8pp, 5.5x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

Musicals: 1948

1948: CAGE ME A PEACOCK - Noel Langley, Eve Lynd, Adam Leslie (Cambridge Theatre)
Milo Lewis, Linda Gray, Roy Dean, Cliff Weir, Raymond Rollett, Dale Rogers, Hubert Cross, Mai Bacon, George Bradford, Richard Littledale, Yolande Donlan, Simon Lack, Philip Pearman, Robert Algar, Ballard Berkeley, Peter Holloway, Cliff Weir, Peter Hobbes, David Paltenghi, Joan Blake, David Dulak; dir:Charles Hickman [4pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1948: OKLAHOMA! - Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane)
Jennie Gregson (as Aunt Eller), Chris Robinson (as Curly), Isabel Bigley (as Laurie), Robert Patterson, Glynne Davies, Elliot Martin, Victor Griffin (as Will Parker), Henry Clarke (as Jud Fry), Patricia Englund (as Ado Annie), Harry Ross, Louise Barnhart, Brenda Barker, Marjorie Austin, Lulu Dukes, Gemze De Lappe, Margaret Auld Nelson, Walter Peterson, Stan Thomason, Lemoine Ketcham, Ian Stuart, Lionel Baker, Maxwell Coker, Ian Stuart, Remington Olmsted Jr.; dir:Rouben Mamoulian, choreography: Agnes De Mille, reproduced by Jerome Whyte [8pp, 5.4x8.75; cast list, musical numbers, credits etc.; rumpled, else VG] £2

1948: BURLESQUE - George Manker Watters, Arthur Hopkins (Princes)
Marjorie Reynolds, Bonar Colleano, Jack Billings, Sydney James, William Kemp, Zoe Gail, dir: Richard Bird [8pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, tiny tear to back cover, else VG] £3

1948 (Dec): THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIER - Oscar Straus, Rudolf Bernauer, Leopold Jacobson, Stanislaus Stange, Guy Bolton, Harold Purcell (Opera House, Manchester)
Marta Labarr, Beverley Wright, Betty Warren, Roy Royston, Gordon Needham, Allen Christie, Fred Emney; dir:Richard Bird [8pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers; rumpled] £3

1948: FOLLOW THE GIRLS - Dan Shapiro, Milton Pascal, Phil Charig (New Theatre, Oxford)
Nugent Marshall, Ernest Borrow, Bernard Hunter, Pamela Kay, Arthur Riscoe, Ken Wayne, Michael Oliver, Brenda Haydn, Vic Marlowe, Arthur Loader, Bobbie Medlock, Pauline Paris, Peter Glaze, Dave Willis Jn., Arthur Rowe, Nugent Marshall, James Dixon, Pam Fisher; dir:Fred Gray [8pp, 5.5x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes, programme notes, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1948: HIGH BUTTON SHOES - Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn, Stephen Longstreet (New Theatre, Oxford)
Lew Parker, Tommy Godfrey, Peter Felgate, Sidney James, Michael Nicholls, Hermene French, Kay Kimber, Joan Heal, Jack Cooper, Louisa Lewis, James Ramsey, Trevor Hill, Robin Ford, James Dixon; dir:Archie Thomson, Robert Nesbitt [8pp, 5.5x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

Musicals: 1949

1949: PERCHANCE TO DREAM - Ivor Novello (Bristol Hippodrome)
May Tomlin, Ruthene Leclerc, Geoffrey Toone, Maidie Andrews, Hilary de Chaville, John Wynyard; dir:Jack Minster [4pp, 5x7.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1949: WILD VIOLETS - Robert Stolz (Bristol Hippodrome)
Jerry Verno, Stella Moray, Phyllis Bourke, Pamela Hawker, Allen Christie, Ian Carmichael, David Croft, Doreen Duke, Julia Shelley, Billie Love, Grace O'Connor; dir:Frank C.Marshall [4pp, 5x7.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1949: BELINDA FAIR - Eric Maschwitz, Gilbert Lennox, Jack Strachey (Strand)
Adele Dixon, John Battles, Wallas Eaton, Geoffrey Hibbert, Daphne Anderson, Ferdy Mayne, David Croft [8pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers; loose from staple, horizontal fold, else VG] £3

1949 (Mch): LILAC TIME - Franz Schubert, Adrian Ross, Heinrich Berte, G H Clutsam (His Majesty's)
John Lewis, Celia Lipton, Esme Lawton, Peter Evans, Gerald Deacon, James Durban, Wilfred Gartrell, Bruce Trent; dir:Pat Hillyard [8pp, 5.5x8.2; cast, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits; uncommon; date pencilled on cover (21/3/49), else VG] £3

1949 (Jul): LILAC TIME - Franz Schubert, Adrian Ross, Heinrich Berte, G H Clutsam (People's Palace Theatre, Mile End Road)
John Lewis, Celia Lipton, Esme Lawton, Peter Evans, Gerald Deacon, James Durban, Wilfred Gartrell, Bruce Trent, Brenda Gay; dir:Pat Hillyard [8pp, 5x7.5; cast, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits; uncommon; VG] £3

1949 (Aug): WALTZES FROM VIENNA - Johann Strauss, Desmond Carter, Caswell Garth (People's Palace Theatre, Mile End Road)
Eric Starling, Fay Lenore, Thomas Round, Ann Drummond-Grant, Maureen Clarke, dir: Stanley Bell, c:Jack Morgan [8pp, 5x7.5; cast, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits; uncommon; VG] £3

1949: BOB'S YOUR UNCLE - Noel Gay, Frank Eyton (Saville)
Gordon Humphris, Valerie Tandy, Vera Pearce, Sheila Douglas-Pennant, Leslie Henson, Hamish Menzies, Austin Melford, Lionel Blair (as a Waiter), Mantovani and His Orchestra [6pp, 5x8 triple-fold; cast, scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; date on cover, else VG] £3

1949: BRIGADOON - Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe (His Majesty's)
Philip Hanna, Patricia Hughes, Noele Gordon, Bill O'Connor, Hiram Sherman, Paddy Stone, Roy Russell, Margo Cunningham [8pp, 5x8.5; cast, scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; attractive full-colour cover; unusual in this condition - VG] £4

1949: BOB'S YOUR UNCLE - Noel Gay, Frank Eyton (New Theatre, Oxford)
Gordon Humphris, Valerie Tandy, Vera Pearce, Leslie Henson, Hamish Menzies, Dougie Ascot; dir:Leslie Henson and Austin Melford [8pp, 5.4x8.75; cast list, programme notes, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1949: OKLAHOMA! - Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane)
Jennie Gregson (as Aunt Eller), Chris Robinson (as Curly), Isabel Bigley (as Laurie), Lionel Baker, Maxwell Coker, Glynne Davies, Victor Griffin (as Will Parker), Alfred Cibelli (as Jud Fry), Betty Jo Jones (as Ado Annie), Harry Ross, Eleanor Drew, Brenda Barker, Gwen Overton, Lulu Dukes, Babette Regnier, Cynthia Williams, Walter Peterson, Stan Thomason, Lemoine Ketcham, Ian Stuart, William Thorburn, Ivor Smith, Remington Olmsted Jr.; dir:Rouben Mamoulian, choreography: Agnes De Mille, reproduced by Jerome Whyte [8pp, 5.4x8.75; cast list, musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £4

1949: KING'S RHAPSODY - Ivor Novello (Palace Theatre, Manchester)
Olive Gilbert, Vanessa Lee, Victor Boggetti, Michael Anthony, Zena Dare, Robert Andrews, Ivor Novello, Phyllis Dare, Denis Martin; dir:Murray MacDonald [12pp, 6.4x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, 7 photographs of the principal artists, credits etc.; horizontal bend, else VG] £3

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