Pitter Patter

Some articles on pitter patter:

James Cagney - Early Career (1919–1930)
... and he went on to successfully audition for a chorus part in Pitter Patter, for which he earned $55 a week—he sent $40 to his mother each week ... Pitter Patter was not hugely successful, but it did well enough to run for 32 weeks, enabling Cagney to join the vaudeville circuit ... Their train fares were paid for by a friend, the press officer of Pitter Patter, who was also desperate to act ...

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