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Book/Printed Material Chin-Chin American Memory cited title: Montgomery and Stone in a musical fantasy in three acts, Chin Chin, or, A modern Aladdin / Modern Aladdin

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  • Chin-Chin

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  • American Memory cited title: Montgomery and Stone in a musical fantasy in three acts, Chin Chin, or, A modern Aladdin
  • Modern Aladdin


  • Globe Theatre, Broadway & 46th St., New York City, Charles Dillingham, manager. Charles Dillingham presents Montgomery and Stone in a musical fantasy in three acts "Chin-Chin," or "A Modern Alladin," book by Anne Caldwell and R.H. Burnside, lyrics by Anne Caldwell and James O'Dea, music by Ivan Caryll. Staged by R.H. Burnside, costumes designed by Wilhelm, London, motion picture effect by Lubin. Company manager Arthur Houghton, stage manager Charles Mast, musical director W.E. Macquinn, ballet master Luigi Albertieri.


  • Burnside, R. H. (Robert Hubberthorne), 1873-1952
  • Caldwell, Anne, 1867-1936
  • Caryll, Ivan, 1861-1921
  • Dillingham, C. B. (Charles Bancroft), 1868-1934
  • Montgomery, David Craig, 1870-1917
  • O'Dea, James, 1871-1914
  • Stone, Fred, 1873-1959
  • Globe Theatre (Organization : New York, N.Y.)
  • Theater Playbills and Programs Collection (Library of Congress)

Created / Published

  • 1915.


  • -  United States--New York--New York


  • Theater programs--1915
  • Theater programs--New York (State)--New York


  • -  Cast: David C. Montgomery, Fred A. Stone, Douglas Stevenson, Oscar Ragland, R.E. Graham, Edgar Lee Hay, Charles Mast, Helen Falconer, Mildred Richardson, Allene Crater, Gladys Zell, Violet Zell, Kitty Lindley, Isabel Falconer, Janet Wollenberg, Lydia Scott, Tot Qualters, George Phelps, Misses Breen, Lillian Rice, Veronique Banner, Marie Benedict, Cecile Conway, Cassie Qualters, Dorothy Richardson, Marjorie Graham, Mazie Leroy, Florence McGuire, Vida Osiel, Theresa Valerio, Marie Walsh, Geraldine Alexander, Anna Berry, Julia Berry, Sarah Berry, Dorothy Coyle, Rose Coyle, Andrea Cresson, Eileen Curran, Rose Douglas, Esther Herrick, Marie Kennedy, Victoria Meyers, Vivian Morrison, Margaret Rooney, Betty Wales, Helen Ward, Earl Amos, L.J. Binder, R.C. Bosch, Allen Fagen, Harry Forbes, Stanley Jones, Ed. McHenry, H.S. Palmer, Harry Silvey, Joseph Tierney.
  • -  Globe Theatre, New York, week beginning Monday evening, October 18, 1915. Evenings at 8:15, matinees Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2:15.
  • -  Illustrated color covers and color illustrated advertisements for Djer-Kiss cosmetics, Libby's and London Life cigarettes on inside front, back and inside back covers.
  • -  LC copy has advertisement order card for El-Bart glass martini shaker laid in.
  • -  Title devised by Library staff.
  • -  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
  • -  In: American theater programs of the late 19th and 20th centuries (Library of Congress).
  • -  Converted from American Memory Variety Stage pseudomarc
  • -  LC copy found loose in Thr. E miscellany Thr E C1
  • -  Thr. E/C, Box 3, folder 13


  • 1 v. (theater program).

Call Number/Physical Location

  • PN2093 .A44 1877 no. Thr. E/C

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  • 2012657907

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  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Burnside, R. H, Anne Caldwell, Ivan Caryll, C. B Dillingham, David Craig Montgomery, James O'Dea, Fred Stone, Globe Theatre, and Theater Playbills And Programs Collection. Chin-Chin. 1915. Image.

APA citation style:

Burnside, R. H., Caldwell, A., Caryll, I., Dillingham, C. B., Montgomery, D. C., O'Dea, J. [...] Theater Playbills And Programs Collection. (1915) Chin-Chin. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

MLA citation style:

Burnside, R. H, et al. Chin-Chin. 1915. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.