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Panama Hattie Production Information


Opening:

October 30, 1940

Closing:January 03, 1942
# Performances:501
Theatres: 46th Street Theatre (New York, NY)
10/30/1940 - 1/3/1942

46th Street Theatre (New York, NY)
10/30/1940 - 1/3/1942

Production Type:Original Production
Production Status: Closed
Run Type:Open Run
Market:Broadway
Intermissions:1
 

 


Other Productions of Panama Hattie


1940   Broadway Original Broadway Production
Broadway
1943   West End London Production
West End

 


Audio Recordings


1940  Studio Cast
1954  Television Cast

Show Information

SHOW TYPE: Musical

Score Overview


The following is a list of songs in the show or that have been included in the show in various versions:

Main Program

A Stroll on the Plaza Sant' Ana
Join It Right Away
Visit Panama
My Mother Would Love You
I've Still Got My Health
Fresh as a Daisy
Welcome to Jerry
Carmen's Dance
Let's Be Buddies
They Ain't Done Right by Our Nell
I'm Throwing a Ball Tonight
We Detest a Fiesta
Who Would Have Dreamed?
Make It Another Old-Fashioned, Please
a.k.a. Make It Another Old Fashioned, Please
a.k.a. Make It Anoterh Old Fashioned Please
All I've Got to Get Now Is My Man
You Said It
God Bless the Women

Cut during tryout period

Here's to Panama Hattie
Americans All Drink Coffee

Added to the 1942 film version

Hattie from Panama
Just One of Those Things
a.k.a. It Was Just One of Those Things
Good Neighbors
Did I Get Stinkin' at the Club Savoy
a.k.a. At the Savoy
The Sping
Berry Me Not
The Son of a Gun Who Picks on Uncle Sam
a.k.a. The Son-of-a-Gun Who Picks on Uncle Sam

Written for the 1942 film version

Salome
a.k.a. No Matter How You Slice It, It's Still Salome
I'd Do Anything for You
Stop Off in Panama
Cookin' with Gas

Added to the 1954 television production

Ridin' High
a.k.a. Riding High
I Love You
Dance Band Sequence

Added to the 1976 revival

Don't Look at Me That Way
So Near and Yet So Far
I've Got You Under My Skin
You Do Something to Me