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|Genre/Form:||Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Fiction television programs
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Howard Lindsay; Russel Crouse; Jule Styne; Herbert Baker; Sid Smith; Ethel Merman; Frank Sinatra; Bert Lahr; Sheree North; Al Goodman; Buddy Bregman; Guy Bolton; P G Wodehouse; Robert Sidney; Cole Porter; Entertainment One (Firm); Archive of American Television.
|Language Note:||In English ; optional English subtitles for the hearing-impaired.|
|Notes:||Based on the book by Guy Bolton and P.G. Woodhouse.
"The Archive of American Television Presents is a partnership between Entertainment One and the Archive of American Television"--Container.
From 1950 to 1955, every Sunday night NBC's Colgate Comedy Hour presented live musical variety television featuring the top names in vaudeville, theater, radio and film. In this 1954 production of the famed Cole Porter musical comedy 'Anything Goes, ' Frank Sinatra and Ethel Mermen made their television debuts, belting out classic tunes in this blockbuster song and dance production.
Exclusive bonus features: Newly restored interview with musical director Buddy Bregman; booklet with written contributions from musical theatre writer Stephen Cole and the American Archive of American Television.
|Credits:||Musical director, Al Goodman ; choreography by Bob Sidney ; orchestrator, Buddy Bergman.|
|Cast:||Ethel Merman, Frank Sinatra, Bert Lahr, Sheree North.|
|Production notes:||Originally televised Feb. 28, 1954, on the Colgate comedy hour.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (53 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in. 1 booklet (19 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.)|
|Details:||DVD; Dolby digital 2.0 remastered from a mono. soundtrack; 4x3 full screen (1.33:1 ratio).|
|Series Title:||Archive of American Television presents.|
|Other Titles:||Anything goes
Cole Porter's Anything goes
Colgate comedy hour (Television program)
|Responsibility:||by Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse ; produced by Jule Styne ; written for television by Herbert Baker ; director, Sid Smith.|