Musical (1946)

Musique: James Van Heusen
Paroles: Johnny Burke
Livret: Jack Emmanuel • Joseph Quillan
Production à la création:

Nellie Bly was the eighth and final Broadway appearance by the celebrated team of William Gaxton and Victor Moore. Their first collaboration was in George and Ira Gershwin’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Of Thee I Sing (1931), where they created the roles of Wintergreen and Throttlebottom, and they revisited these roles in the Gershwins’ sequel Let ’Em Eat Cake (1933); they then appeared in Cole Porter’s Anything Goes (1934) and Leave It to Me! (1938) and in Irving Berlin’s Louisiana Purchase. Their final three joint stage appearances were in the short-running Keep ’Em Laughing, Hollywood Pinafore, and Nellie Bly. The team had earlier starred in the 1932 film Ladies Not Allowed (with Lois Moran, who had appeared with them in Of Thee I Sing and Let ’Em Eat Cake), and in 1943 they starred opposite Mae West in The Heat’s On, which also featured trumpeter Leonard Sues, who had impressed the critics in Johnny 2 x 4 and Beat the Band.

1 Nellie Bly peut-être considéré comme un Flop musical

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Nellie Bly (1946-01-Adelphi Theatre-Broadway)

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: George Abbott Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 1 semaine
Nombre : 16 représentations
Première Preview : lundi 21 janvier 1946
Première : lundi 21 janvier 1946
Dernière : samedi 02 février 1946
Mise en scène : Charles Drury
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Producteur :
Avec : Walter Armin (Pulitzer, French Mayor, Czar), Edward H. Robins (Bennett, Second Sheik), William O’Shay (Newsboy), William Gaxton (Frank Jordan), Fred Peters (Ferry Captain, Santos Dumont, Russian Captain), Harold Murray (Deckhand, Official), Victor Moore (Phineas T. Fogarty), Robert Strauss (First Reporter, First Sheik), Artells Dickson (Murphy), Jack Voeth (Wardheeler), Larry Stuart (Second Reporter, Stewart, Third Sheik), Eddy Di Genova (Third Reporter), Joy Hodges (Nellie Bly), Benay Venuta (Battle Annie), Doris Sward and Jack Voeth (Honeymoon Couple), Drucilla Strain (French Girl), Luboy Roudenko (Grisette), Jack Whitney (French Dandy), The Debonairs (Reporters), Suzie Baker (Copygirl); Members of the Choir: Marjorie Anderson, Suzie Baker, Johnsie Bason, Jeannine Burke, Betty de Cormier, Margaret Lide, Betty Spain, Drucilla Strain, Ruth Strickland, Doris Sward, Julie van Dusen, Eddy Di Genova, William Golden, Bernard Griffin, Alfred Homan, Karl Newart, Merrill Shea, Larry Stuart; Dancing Ensemble: Charlotte Burgmeier, Faith Dane, Mimi Gomber, Mary Grey, Sandra Scott, Dorothy Jeffers, Nathalie Kelepovska, Terry Lasky, Michael Neale, Nancy Newton, Mitzi Perry, Rita Barry, Ronan York, Ed Dragon, Bob Gari, William O’Shay, Jack Richards, William Segar, Kenny Springer

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