This revue was third in a series of four Hitchy-Koo revues from to produced by, and starring, Raymond Hitchcock. The original Broadway production of this version played in The revue received favourable reviews.
The show later toured the United States. As Porter was returning to the United States by ship, he met Hitchcock. After hearing some of Porter's songs, Hitchcock engaged Porter for the show. The song used the surplus flower costumes the producers had bought from Florenz Ziegfeld. The revue was well received. The New York Times critic wrote: "The music and lyrics Itchy-Koo-Koo - Helen Harter - Itchy-Koo-Koo the work of Cole Porter, who has made a particularly clever job of the lyrics and a good tinkling one of the music.
Shubert Theatre, Philadelphiabut ran for less than two weeks. The music and lyrics were by Cole Porter and the book was by Harold R. This was the last in the series and the only show not to play Ott Ahol A Maros Vize - Lente Lajos - Lente Lajos Új Nótafelvételei Broadway, although it did tour the United States.
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