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Catalog Number 88.3.139
Object Name Program
Scope & Content Buy U.S. War Savings Bonds, United We Stand, This is the Army, Municipal Auditorium, Contains production information and comics. Advertisement for Pevely Irradiated Milk on the back cover.

Army Emergency Relief Fund

Directed by Sergeant Ezra Stone, scenery and costumes by Corporal John Koenig, dances directed by Sergeant Robert Sidney and Sergeant Nelson Barclift, orchestra under direction of Sergeant Milton Rosenstock, production staged under the personal supervision of Irving Berlin.

Cast:
Act I:
1. A Military Minstrel Show:
Corporal Gary Merrill
Corporal Ralph Magelssen
Sergeant Edward O'Connor
Corporal Tileston Perry

a. Opening Chorus sung by Minstrel Men.

b. This is the Army (Sung by Selectees and Minstrel Men):
Selectees:
Sergeant Ross Elliot
Corporal Alan Dreben
Corporal Sydney Robin
Private Nicholas Sassi
Private Charles Blake
Private Wm. Roerick
Private Stanley Saloman
Private Kenneth Bates
Private Henry Jones
Guards and Second Interlocutor:
Sergeant Chester O'Brien
Private John Draper
Sergeant Alan Manson

c. I'm Getting Tired So I Can Sleep (Sung by Sergeant James Burrell):
Sergeant Zinn Arthur
Private Orville Race
Private James Farrell
Private Roger Kinne
Private William Collier
Private Earl Lippy
Private Donald McCray
Private Stuart Churchill
Sergeant Dick Bernie

d. My Sergeant and I (Sung and danced by Corporal Pinkie Mitchell):
Corporal James McColl assisted by Corporal Leonard Berchman
Sergeant Louis Salmon

e. I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen (Sung by Sergeant Earl Oxford & Co.):
Sergeant Louis Salmon
Sergeant Ross Elliot
Sergeant Philip Truex
Sergeant Julie Oshins
Sergeant Ezra Stone

f. The Army's Made a Man Out of Me sung by Sergeants Ezra Stone, Philip Truex and Julie Oshins.

g. Mandy (From "Yip, Yip, Yaphank") (Dance directed by Sergeant Fredric Kelly):
Private Samuel Carr
Private Claude Watson
Sergeant Richard Irving
Sergeant Fredric Kelley
Corporal Jack Lenny
Private Larry Gengo
Private Nicholas Sassi
Private Charles Reade
Private Eugene Jarvis
Private Stanley Sirois
Corporal Phil King
Private Stephen Lamarr
Private Fred Deming
Private Joseph Wojcikowski
Private Benjamin Stermer
Private Harvey Prael

2. A Military Vaudeville Show:
Private Rary Goos
Private William Pillich
Corporal Larry Weeks
Private Hank Henry
Sergeant John Mendes
Sergeant Ross Elliott
The Allon Trio
Sergeant Arthur Steiner
Sergeant Gene Berg
Sergeant Belmonte Cristiani
Corporal Pinkie Mitchell

3. Ladies of The Chorus (from "Yip, Yip, Yaphank")
Corporal Sydney Robin
Private Burl Ives
Private Alfred Lane
Private Hyman Horowitz
Private Robert Moore
Private Anthony Ross
Private Scott Farnsworth
Private Larry Weill
Sergeant Edward O'Connor
Corporal Richard Reeves
Private Richard Browning
Private Norman Stuart
Private Stanley Saloman
Private Kenneth Bates
Private John Draper
Private Alan Bandler

4. That Russian Winter (sung by Sergeant Julie Oshins)
Sergeant Nelson Barclift
Sergeant Robert Sidney
Corporal Clarence Jaeger
Sergeant Maurice Kelly
Sergeant Arthur Steiner
Sergeant Gene Berg
Sergeant Fredric Kelly
Sergeant Richard Irving
Private Cliff Ferre
Private Charles Reade
Private Fred Deming
Private Joseph Wojcikowski
Private Phil King
Private William Pillich
Corporal Leo Gagnon
Corporal Sid Salzer
Private Benjamin Stermer
Private Harvey Prael
Private Charles Reade
Private ray Goss
Private William Lynch
Private Richard Langdon
Private Billy Howell
Private Ted Cappy

5. What the Well Dressed Man in Harlem Will Wear:
Sergeant James A. Cross
Corporal William Wyckoff
Corporal Marion "Spoons" Brown
Sung and danced by:
Sergeant Clyde Turner
Sergeant Jack Brodnax
Corporal Orlando Johnson
Corporal George Anderson
Private Earl Allen
Private Randolph Culley
Private Melbourne Scott
Private William Williams
Private Allen Martin
Private Ivory Parker
Private Thomas Lee
Private William Smith
Private George Kelly
Private Charles Johnson

6. Finale Act I:
Corporal Tileston Perry
Corporal Joe Bush
Private Anthony Ross
Private Hank Henry
Sergeant Alan Anderson
Sergeant Hayden Rorke
Sergeant Jus Addiss
Corporal Howard Brooks

Act II:
1. Stage Door Canteen (dialogue and direction by Corporal James McColl):
Sergeant Alan Manson
Sergeant Ezra Stone
Private Joe Cook, Jr.
Sergeant Nelson Barclift
Sergeant Hayden Rorke
Sergeant Julie Oshins
Corporal Tileston Perry
Corporal James McColl
Sergeant Philip Truex
Sergeant Earl Oxford
Corporal Clarence Jaeger
private Alan Bandler
Private Scott Farnworth
Private William Roerick
Private Fred Kapner
Private Norman Stuart
Private Albert Whitley
Private Larry Gengo
Private Howard Montgomery
Private Larry Weill
Private Charles Blake
Private Billy Howell

2. Reprise - I'm Getting Tired:
Sergeant Maurice Kelly
Sergeant Nelson Barclift
Sergeant Robert Sidney
Sergeant Chester O'Brien

3. American Eagles and Head in the Clouds (sung by Air Corps, written at the request of, and dedicated to Lieutenant General Henry H. Arnold):
Soloist: Corporal Robert Shanley

4. A Soldier's Dream (sung by Private Stuart Churchill):
Sergeant Nelson Barclift
Sergeant Joseph Johnson
Sergeant Robert Sidney
Sergeant Gene Berg
Corporal Clarence Jaeger
Corporal Phil King
Private Fred Hearn
Sergeant Arthur Steiner
Sergeant Maurice Kelly
Sergeant Fredric Kelly
Private Cliff Ferre
Private William Howell
Private Hercules EocoNew Mexicoou
Private Joseph Wojcikowski
Private Fred Deming
Sergeant Louis Salmon
Private William Roerick
Corporal Sid Salzer
Private Richard Langdon
Private William Lynch
Private Scott Farnworth Private Derek Fairman
Private Howard Montgomery
Private Albert Whitley
Sergeant Richard Irving
Corporal Leo Gagnon
Private Harvey Prael
Private Benjamin Goss
Private Benjamin Stermer
Private William Pillich
Private Bill Dutton

Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning (sung by Irving Berlin and the Yip Yip Yaphankers, from "Yip, Yip, Yaphank"):
Peter O'Neill
Peter J. Burns
John Murphy
Jack Riano
Harold Kennedy
Robert Adams
Alex Souseloff
Bert Spencer Robert McDonald
Lee Harmon
Jack Dillon
introduced by Corporal Gary Merrill

6. This Time:
Corporal Ralph Magelssen
and the entire company, including:
Sergeant Anthony Ficarra
Sergeant William Freeland, Jr.
Corporal Murray Deutch
Corporal Anthony McCoy
Corporal Sidney Tamber
Corporal Bernard Welansky
Privates:
Michael Angnello
Irving Albert Lawrence Arthur
Arthur Atkins
William Aubin
Herbert Beller
Samuel Benson
Charles Bacior
Girard Burke
Frank Bonasara
Vance Campbell
Raymond Cannavaro
Arturo Canzano
Spencer Case, Jr.
Thomas Chetlen
Frank D'Elia
Louis DeMilhau
Fred David
John Dempsey
John Ferlora
Bernard Frank
Leonard Fried
Mario Fiorella
Philip Fisher
Joseph Fretwell
Murray Grubman
Marvin Goodis
Elwood Hawkins
Francis Higuchi
Harold Douglas
Warren Haar
John Hederman
Jerome Jarolslow
Edward Kogan Charles Kingsley
Allan Lowell
Hyman Lefshetz
Joseph Lawrence
Richard Langdon
Michael Mattarazzo
Robert Marcus
Anthony McGee
William Nicholas
Henry Ohlandt
James O'Rear
Gerald O'Rourke
Cosmo Pesce
Henry Rosenblatt
Winston Ross
Karl Rodick
Marvin Savitt
David Schoenfeld
Gerald Simini
Roger Segure
Norman Van Emburgh
Charles Tate
Michael Welsh
James Wiggins
Lloyd Wright
Al White, Jr.
Americo Yacopi

Orchestra (assembled by Sergeant Milton Rosenstock and Corporal Joseph Lippman):
1st Violins:
Sergeant Elias Dan (Assistant Conductor)
Sergeant Carl Ottobrino
Corporal Max Miller
Private Harry Rosoff
Private Nathan Gottschalk
Private Herbert Sorkin
private Louis Feldman
Private Abner Silverstein

2nd Violins:
Private Gerc Rubin
private Peter Mesrobian
Private Harold Silverstein
Private Irving Merlin

3rd Violins:
Corporal Walter Horton
Private Oscar Kraut
Private Martin Samel
Private Nathan Freeman

Violas:
Private Thomas Lanese
Private Harry Kolstein
Private Paul Israel

Cellos:
Corporal Cesare Pascarella
Private Joseph Tekula
Private Jesse Ehrlick

Saxophones:
Sergeant John Meunzenberger
Corporal Saul Levy
Private Emil Weissfeld
Private Joseph Guidice
Private John Towne

Piano
Corporal Morton Kahn

Percussion
Sergeant Philip Kraus
Private Charles DeMilt

Basses:
Corporal Lester Braun
Private Abe Siegel

Woodwinds:
Flute - Private Edward LeVanda
Oboe - Private Benedict Kaufman
Bassoon - Private Leonard Sharrow
French Horns -
Private Lester Salomon
Private Christian Woehr

Trumpets:
Sergeant Willard Jones, JR.
Sergeant Ronald Snyder
Corporal M. Ralph Kessler

Trombones:
Corporal Seymour Goldfinger
Private Don Matteson
Private Herbert Pine

7 x 9.75".
Catalog type Archive
Dates of Creation WWII
Creator Buy U.S. War Savings Bonds
Title Playbook: This is the Army, Municipal Auditorium
Collection White
Lexicon category 8: Communication Artifact
Lexicon sub-category Documentary Artifact