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Brigadoon (1981-11-Alliance Theatre-Atlanta)

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Alliance Theatre (Atlanta - Etats-Unis)
Durée :
Nombre : 32 représentations
Première Preview : Inconnu
Première : Wednesday 25 November 1981
Dernière : Inconnu
Mise en scène : Charles Abbott
Chorégraphie : Susi McCarter
Producteur :

Version 2

Damn Yankees (1959-03-Film)

Type de série: Film
Théâtre: *** Film (*** - ***)
Durée :
Nombre :
Première Preview : Friday 06 March 1959
Première : Friday 06 March 1959
Dernière : Friday 06 March 1959
Mise en scène : Charles Abbott • Stanley Donen
Chorégraphie : ???? ????
Producteur :
Avec : Avec: Gwen Verdon, Tab Hunter, Ray Walston, Russ Brown, Shannon Bolin, Nathaniel Frey, Jimmie Komack, Rae Allen, Robert Shafer
Commentaires longs: The actors had to sing along with a metronome because the musicians who would have accompanied them normally were on strike at the time.

Gwen Verdon was famous on Broadway for her hip movements, especially her bumps, as they were called, but in 1958, bumps such as these were not allowed in films, so her first number, "A Little Brains," contains odd static pauses where she had done her bumps on stage.

The Mambo Dancer who dances with Gwen Verdon in the tribute to Joe Hardy was Bob Fosse--who was not only the choreographer of this film (and choreographer-director of later films, such as Cabaret) but also Verdon's husband.

Right after the mambo number, as the male dancer (choreographer Bob Fosse) leaves the stage, the Joe Hardy character shakes the dancer's hand and says, "Great work, Fosse!"