Play the Songs
- "Fifty Million Frenchmen" Overture
- You Do Something to Me
- The American Express
- You've Got That Thing
- Find Me a Primitive Man
- I Worship You
- Do You Want to See Paris?
- Where Would You Get Your Coat?
- At Longchamps Today
- The Boyfriend Back Home
- I'm in Love
- Please Don't Make Me Be Good
- You Don't Know Paree
- Somebody's Going to Throw a Big Party
- It Isn't Done
- The Queen of Terre Haute
- Let's Step Out
- The Tale of The Oyster
- I'm Unlucky at Gambling
- Why Shouldn't I Have You?
- Paree, What Did You Do To Me?
In this classic boy-meets-girl musical set in Paris, we are treated to such memorable Cole Perter songs as You Do Something To Me, You’ve Got That Thing, The Tale Of The Oyster and Paree, What Did You Do To Me?
*Music samples courtesy of New World Records and Warner Bros Music.
- Rehearsal Materials
- Brief History
Music and Lyrics by Cole Porter
Book by Herbert Fields
2 Violin I
1 Violin II
1 Viola I
1 Viola II
1 Flute (doubles Piccolo & Alto Saxophone)
1 Reed I: Clarinet & Alto Saxophone
1 Reed II: Clarinet & Alto Saxophone
1 Reed III: Clarinet & Tenor Saxophone
1 Trumpet I & II
1 Trumpet III
Trap Set (Snare Drum, Bass Drum, Tom Tomds, Hi-Hat, Suspended Cymbals)
Orchestra Piano (plays from Piano-Conductor’s Score)
Piano-Conductor’s Score sent with rehearsal material.
1 Piano Conductor’s Score
1 Prompt Book
10 Prompt Books for Dialogue Parts
35 Chorus-Vocal Parts
FIFTY MILLION FRENCHMEN opened on Broadway at the Lyric Theatre, November 27, 1929 and played for 254 performances starring William Gaxton, Genevieve Tobin, Betty Compton and Lester Crawford.