Pardon My English (1933) with music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin including "Isn't It a Pity?", "My Cousin in Milwaukee", "Where You Go, I Go", "In Three Quarter Time". To promote the sale of beer and wine, the German government bans the sale of all non-alcoholic beverages. In retaliation, a speak-easy is opened where patrons can imbibe forbidden drinks - cream soda and ginger ale.
Author: Herbert Fields
Music: George Gershwin
Lyrics: Ira Gershwin
Director: Thomas Sabella-Mills
Producer: Musicals Tonight! Inc.