Home movies and video
|提及的人：||Frank Loesser; Abe Burrows|
Abe Burrows; Robert Goulet; Celeste Holm; Lauren Bacall; Rudy Vallée; Robert Morse; Al Hirschfeld; Billy Rose; Roy M Cohn; Bennett Cerf; Jacob K Javits; Ralph J Bunche; Moss Hart; Kitty Carlisle; Peter Lind Hayes; Mary Healy; Orson Bean; Ruth Ford; Nancy Olson; Leonard Lyons; Vincent Sardi; Nancy Walker; Hoagy Carmichael; Earl Wilson; Myrna Loy; Jean Kerr; Walter Kerr; Darren McGavin; Gwen Verdon; Frank Loesser
|注意：||No credits on tape.
16mm home movies, originally owned by Abe Burrows, transferred to video. There is no soundtrack.
|演員名單:||At the 1962 Tony awards: Abe Burrows, Robert Goulet, Celeste Holm, Lauren Bacall, and others.
At the 46th Street Theatre and Sardi's restaurant: Abe Burrows, Rudy Vallée, Robert Morse, Al Hirschfeld, Billy Rose, Roy Cohn, Bennett Cerf, Jacob Javits, Ralph Bunche, Moss Hart, Kitty Carlisle, Peter Lind Hayes, Mary Healy, Orson Bean, Ruth Ford, Nancy Olson, Leonard Lyons, Vincent Sardi, Nancy Walker, Hoagy Carmichael, Earl Wilson, Myrna Loy, Jean Kerr, Walter Kerr, Darren McGavin, Gwen Verdon, Celeste Holm, and others.
|製作註解：||Filmed at the 46th Street Theatre, Sardi's Restaurant, and elsewhere in New York, N.Y., 1961-62.|
|描述：||1 videocassette (VHS) (65 min.) : si., b&w SP ; 1/2 in.|
|其他題名：||Jim Burrows movies -- How to succeed ... 1962 Tony's|
Unedited silent home movie footage concerning the Broadway musical How to succeed in business without really trying. Begins with brief excerpts from the 1962 Tony Awards ceremony, where the show won eight awards. Abe Burrows, who directed the show and collaborated on the libretto, is seen collecting two awards. The bulk of the material was filmed on the show's opening night, October 14, 1961, at the 46th Street Theatre. Includes shots of arrivals by various prominent persons in show business, journalism, and politics, backstage footage featuring cast members, and cast party footage at Sardi's restaurant. Critic Walter Kerr is seen in his office at the New York Herald Tribune, writing his review of the show.