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... London, neatly parallels the position of Edwardian musical comedies in theatrical history, with operetta-singing Arcadians, representing the past, meeting with music hall-singing Londoners, representing the future ... performances (more than twice as many as any previous musical), Theodore Co (1916), The Boy (1917), Yes, Uncle! (1917) and The Maid of the Mountains (1917, the second longest-running ... Nellie Kelly (1922) was considered a late example of Edwardian musical comedy ...
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