Sheet music cover (cropped)
|Lyrics||Lew Brown and B. G. de Sylva|
|Book||John McGowan and B. G. de Sylva|
Produced by Alex A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley, the Broadway production opened on 10 October 1928 at the Broadhurst Theatre for a total run of 409 performances. The cast included Bert Lahr, Jack Whiting, Ona Munson and Victor Moore.
Bert Lahr's career as a star began with this show. This most famous song from the show is "You're the Cream in My Coffee". In 1930, Warner Brothers produced a movie version Hold Everything filmed entirely in Technicolor. Survives in Black and White.