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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Irving Berlin; Robert E Sherwood; Eddie Albert; Allyn Ann McLerie; Mary McCarty; Jay Blackton
|Notes:||Originally released in 1949, as Columbia: ML 4220.
Program notes and synopsis by Didier C. Deutsch, in English with German, French, and Italian translations (45 p. : ill.) inserted in container.
"Miss Liberty is about a French girl, believed to be the model for the Statue of Liberty, who finds herself involved in a circulation war between rival New York newspaper publishers in 1885"--Insert.
|Performer(s):||Eddie Albert, Allyn McLerie, and Mary McCarty, vocals ; with supporting cast ; orchestra ; Jay Blackton, conductor.|
|Event notes:||Recorded July 21-22, 1949, at CBS 30th Street Studio, New York City.|
|Description:||1 sound disc (38 min.) : digital, mono. ; 4 3/4 in.|
What do I have to do to get my picture took? --
The most expensive statue in the world --
A little fish in a big pond --
Let's take an old-fashioned walk --
Paris wakes up and smiles --
Only for Americans --
Just one way to say I love you --
You can have him --
The policemen's ball --
Falling out of love can be fun --
"Give me your tired, your poor."
|Responsibility:||lyrics and music by Irving Berlin ; book by Robert E. Sherwood.|