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This is a rare February 25th, 1929 program (playbill) from the Original Broadway production of the new FANNY TODD MITCHELL, WERNER JANSSEN, MANN HOLINER and J. KEIRN BRENNAN musical comedy "YES, YES, YVETTE" at the Casino Theatre in New York City. (The production opened January 28th, 1929 and ran for only 72 performances.) ..... The musical starred JEANETTE MacDONALD in her final Broadway stage role and FRANK McINTYRE and the cast included ALEXANDER CALLAM, KENDALL CAPPS, EDDIE NELSON, MABEL ELAINE, RICHARD LEE, ARCHIE LEACH (who after appearing in several musicals on Broadway under his birth name, would go to Hollywood in 1931, change his name to CARY GRANT and become one of Hollywood's biggest film stars), MARCELLA SWANSON, HARRY WELSH, CORTEZ and PEGGY, EVELYN SAYRES, LORETTA SAYRES, DOREEN GLOVER, JESSIE PAYNE, JACKIE HURLBERT and the JACK DONAHUE - JOHN BOYLE GIRLS ..... CREDITS: Book by FANNY TODD MITCHELL adapted from the play "Mlle. Ma Mere" by LOUIS VERNEUIL; Music by WERNER JANSSEN; Lyrics by MANN HOLINER and J. KEIRN BRENNAN; Sets designed by WATSON BARRATT; Costumes designed by BARBIER of Paris; Dances Staged by JOHN BOYLE; Directed by GEORGE MARION; Produced by the Messrs. LEE and J. J. SHUBERT ..... DETAILS: The 34 page playbill measures 5 1/4" X 7 3/4" inches and includes beautiful cover graphics, production credits, cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers and wonderful vintage advertising but with the exception of the following ad, no cast photos or bios. Includes and advertisement for C. C. Shayne and Co. Furs featuring JEANETTE MacDONALD (fifth scanned image) ..... CONDITION: With the exception of the date written at the bottom of the cover, this rare program is in excellent condition and will make a wonderful addition to the collection of any musical theatre aficionado or historian. This item will be carefully packaged in a protective, carded sleeve and backed by stiff cardboard.
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Archie MacDonald (Monarch of the Glen) - Wikipedia, the ...

Archibald MacDonald; Monarch of the Glen character: First appearance: Series 1, Episode 1: Last appearance: Series 5, Episode 6: Portrayed by: Alastair MacKenzie

Archie Macdonald - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Archibald James Florence "Archie" Macdonald (2 May 1904 – 20 April 1983) was a Scottish Liberal later Conservative politician and businessman.

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