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Poster for "A Modern Cinderella"

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Title: Poster for "A Modern Cinderella"
Description: Color lithograph poster announcing ďA Notable Production of the Last Word in Musical Comedy A Modern Cinderella/Book & Lyrics by Caspar Nathan/Music by Hampton Durand." The image is a line of eight women wearing gay hats and flowered dresses ending with a man in top hat and tails.

Image ID: 89904
1901 ca.
Ackermann-Quigley Lithography Company
WCFTR Posters
Genre: Poster
Little information is available on this show, although based on the date of the lithograph it played sometime around the turn of the century and was turned into a silent film in 1909 or 1917. Durand was a notable composer, having written songs like "I Love to Love a Mason" (1910), "That Kentucky Rag" (1912), and "Coney Island Washboard Roundelay" (1926) before going on to pen hits for the Mills Brothers in the 1930s.
Subjects: Musical revue

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Please Credit: Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research

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