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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|Music Type:||Musical revues & comedies; Popular music|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jay Blackton; June Carroll; Leonard Sillman; T C Jones; John Reardon; Ann Henry; Inga Swenson; Virginia Martin; Amru Sani; Bill Hayes; Johnny Haymer; Suzanne Bernard, singer.; Jane Connell; Maggie Smith; Bob Shaver; Tiger Haynes; Paul Lynde; Marshall F. Granros Collection.
|Notes:||Program and biographical notes by Robert Ullman on container.
Forms part of: Marshall F. Granros Collection.
|Performer(s):||Original Broadway cast, with orchestra; Jay Blackton, conductor ; music and lyrics by June Carroll and others ; sketches directed and in part written by Paul Lynde.|
|Event notes:||Recorded in Webster Hall, New York City, June 17, 18, 20, 1956.|
|Description:||1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.|
|Contents:||Opening (T.C. Jones and Co.) ; Tell her (John Reardon) ; And he flipped (Ann Henry) ; Boy most likely to succeed (Inga Swenson) --
Talent (Virginia Martin) ; Mustapha (Amru Sani) --
The greatest invention (Billy Hayes and Johnny Haymer) --
Isn't she lovely (T.C. Jones and Co.) --
The White Witch of Jamaica (John Reardon) --
Don't wait 'til it's too late to see Paris (Suzenne Bernard and John Reardon) ; April in Fairbanks (Jane Connell) --
Hurry (Amru Sani) --
One perfect moment (Maggie Smith) ; La ronde (Johnny Haymer, Inga Swenson, Bob Shaver and Virginia Martin) --
Scratch my back (Tiger Haynes and Ann Henry).
|Other Titles:||Tell her.
And he flipped.
Boy most likely to succeed.
The greatest invention.
Isn't she lovely.
The White Witch of Jamaica.
Don't wait 'til it's too late to see Paris.
April in Fairbanks.
One perfect moment.
Scratch my back.
New faces of 1956