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The 25th Annual Tony Awards

Author: Alexander H CohenHildy ParksClark JonesElliot LawrenceRoy A SomlyoAll authors
Publisher: New York, ©1971.
Series: Tony Awards
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : NTSC color broadcast system   Visual material : English
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Genre/Form: Television
Named Person: Elliot Norton; Ingram Ash; Roger L Stevens; Brian Bedford; Hal Linden; Paul Sand; Keene Curtis; Maureen Stapleton; Helen Gallagher; Rae Allen; Patsy Kelly; George Furth; Donald Saddler; Raoul Pène Du Bois; Peter Brook; Harold Prince; Boris Aronson; H R Poindexter; Stephen Sondheim; Stephen Sondheim; Anthony Shaffer
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander H Cohen; Hildy Parks; Clark Jones; Elliot Lawrence; Roy A Somlyo; Lauren Bacall; Angela Lansbury; Anthony Quayle; Anthony Quinn; Dick Cavett; Carol Channing; Ruby Keeler; Edie Adams; Vivian Blaine; Tom Bosley; Yul Brynner; William Daniels; Alfred Drake; Nanette Fabray; Jill Haworth; Florence Henderson; Stanley Holloway; Richard Kiley; Paul Lynde; Patricia Morrison; Robert Morse; Zero Mostel; Robert Preston; John Raitt; Leslie Uggams; Gwen Verdon; Virginia Vestoff; Ray Walston; David Wayne; Elliot Norton; Ingram Ash; Roger L Stevens; Brian Bedford; Hal Linden; Paul Sand; Keene Curtis; Helen Gallagher; Rae Allen; Patsy Kelly; George Furth; Donald Saddler; Raoul Pène Du Bois; Peter Brook; Harold Prince; Boris Aronson; Stephen Sondheim; H R Poindexter; John Kluge; Anthony Shaffer; Morton Gottlieb; Ruth Mitchell; American Theatre Wing.; ABC Television Network.
OCLC Number: 82164099
Notes: Credits at end of tape.
Includes original television commercials.
Not all awards presented included in the broadcast. For a complete list of recipients see tonyawards.com.
This year's theme was a retrospective of highlights from 25 years of Tony-winning musicals and the stars who introduced them.
Opening Number: What's happening at the palace. Finale: There's no business like show business, Entire Company.
Saluting 25 Years of Tony Award-Winning Musicals: Finian's rainbow; High button shoes; Kiss me, Kate; South Pacific; Guys and dolls; The King & I; Wonderful town; Kismet; Can-Can; The pajama game; Damn Yankees; My fair lady; The music man; Redhead; Fiorello!; The sound of music; Bye, bye, Birdie; How to succeed in business without really trying; A funny thing happened on the way to the forum; Hello, Dolly!; Fiddler on the roof; Mame; Man of La Mancha; Cabaret; Hallelujah, baby!; 1776; Applause.
Special Tony Award winners: Playbill, for chronicling Broadway through the years, John Kluge, chairman, Metromedia; Producer Roger L. Stevens.
Credits: Musical director, Elliot Lawrence ; co-produced by Roy A. Somlyo.
Performer(s): Hosts: Lauren Bacall, Angela Lansbury, Anthony Quayle, Anthony Quinn.
Presenters: Dick Cavett, Carol Channing, Ruby Keeler.
Performers: Performers: Edie Adams, Lauren Bacall, Vivian Blaine, Tom Bosley, Yul Brynner, Carol Channing, William Daniels, Alfred Drake, Nanette Fabray, Jill Haworth, Florence Henderson, Stanley Holloway, Richard Kiley, Angela Lansbury, Paul Lynde, Patricia Morrison, Robert Morse, Zero Mostel, Robert Preston, John Raitt, Leslie Uggams, Gwen Verdon, Virginia Vestoff, Ray Walston, David Wayne.
Event notes: Videotaped by the ABC Television Network at the Palace Theatre, New York, N.Y., during a live broadcast March 28, 1971.
Description: 1 videocassette (VHS) (125 min.) : bsd., col. NTSC ; 1/2 in.
Contents: Award recipients (performer, category / play title): Brian Bedford, actor / The school for wives --
Hal Linden, actor / The Rothschilds --
Paul Sand, featured actor / Story Theatre --
Keene Curtis, featured actor / The Rothschilds --
Maureen Stapleton, actress / The gingerbread lady --
Helen Gallagher, actress / No, no Nanette --
Rae Allen, featured actress / And Miss Reardon drinks a little --
Patsy Kelly, featured actress / No, no Nanette. Award recipients (name, category / play title): George Furth, book / Company --
Donald Saddler, choreographer / No, no, Nanette --
Raoul Penè Du Bois, costume designer / No, no Nanette --
Peter Brook, director, play / A midsummer night's dream --
Harold Prince, director, musical / Company - H.R. Poindexter, lighting designer / Story Theatre --
Stephen Sondheim, lyrics / Company --
Harold Prince, Ruth Mitchell, producers / Company --
Anthony Shaffer, playwright; Morton Gottlieb, et al., producers / Sleuth --
Boris Aronson, scenic designer / Company --
Stephen Sondheim, score / Company.
Series Title: Tony Awards
Other Titles: 1971 Tony Awards
Playbill (New York, N.Y.)
Responsibility: executive producer, Alexander H. Cohen ; written by Hildy Parks ; directed by Clark Jones.

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