Too Many Girls is a Broadway musical comedy and a 1940 film version of the show, starring Lucille Ball.
Too Many Girls opened October 18, 1939, with music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart and book by George Marion Jr.
Arnaz and Bracken repeated their roles in the 1940 RKO Radio Pictures film version.
- Act I
- "Heroes in the Fall" - Second Robin Hood and Squad
- "Tempt Me Not" - Manuelito, Clint Kelley, First Co-Ed, Second Co-Ed, Third Co-Ed, Fourth Co-Ed, Fifth Co-Ed and Sixth Co-Ed
- "My Prince" - Consuelo Casey
- "Pottawattamie" - Harvey Casey and Mr. Lister
- "Pottawattamie" (Reprise) - Male Quartette and Ensemble
- "'Cause We Got Cake" - Eileen Eilers
- "Love Never Went to College" - Consuelo Casey and Clint Kelley
- "Spic and Spanish" - Pepe
- "I Like to Recognize the Tune" - Jojo Jordan, Consuelo Casey, Eileen Eilers, Clint Kelley and Al Terwillinger
- "Look Out" - Eileen Eilers and Company
- Act II
- "The Sweethearts of the Team" - Eileen Eilers and Co-Eds
- "She Could Shake the Maracas" - Pepe and Manuelito
- "I Didn't Know What Time It Was" - Consuelo Casey and Clint Kelley
- "Spic and Spanish" (Reprise) - Pepe, Consuelo Casey, Eileen Eilers, Al Terwillinger, Clint Kelley, Jojo Jordan, Manuelito and Talullah Lou
- "Too Many Girls" - Manuelito
- "Give it Back to the Indians" - Eileen Eilers