Best of Broadway-- "Panama Hattie" / music and lyrics by Cole Porter ; book by Herbert Fields and B.G. DeSylva ; adapted for television by Herbert Baker. 1954.

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Best of Broadway-- "Panama Hattie" / music and lyrics by Cole Porter ; book by Herbert Fields and B.G. DeSylva ; adapted for television by Herbert Baker. 1954.

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Porter, Cole, 1891-1964

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Cole Porter was born in Peru, Indiana on June 9, 1891. As a boy he took lessons in piano and violin, and began writing songs while in prep school. He attended Yale College (Class of 1913), where he composed fight songs that are still used today. After graduating, he went on to Harvard Law School, but he had little interest in law and soon began studying music instead. Porter would later complete his musical education at the Schola Cantorum in Paris. Porter's first Broadway show, See America F...

De Sylva, B. G. (Buddy Gard), 1896-1950

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Carney, Art, 1918-2003

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Fields, Herbert, 1897-1958

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Jeweler and goldsmith. From the description of Slides of jewelry designed by Miye Matsukata, [ca. 1970]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 227187166 ...

Leonard, Jack E.

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Styne, Jule, 1905-1994

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Previews began Oct. 20, 1980, at the Palace Theatre, New York, N.Y. After 8 performances it closed without ever opening officially. Charles Kimbrough and Jack Weston were in the cast album released by Original Cast Records. From the description of One night stand / music and scoring by Jule Styne ; book and lyrics by Herb Gardner, 1980. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 764469120 Composer of "Gypsy" and other music. From the description of Autograph ...

Manulis, Martin, 1915-2007

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Hamilton, Neil, 1899-1984

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Middleton, Ray

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Ray Middleton, 1907-1984, was a singer and American character actor. His musical career began in New York where he sang roles in opera and on radio. He also sang roles in Broadway musicals such as "Roberta" in the 1930s, co-starred with Ethyl Merman in the original "Annie Get Your Gun" (1946), and was in "South Pacific". In 1965, he played the Innkeeper in the first Broadway production of "The Man of La Mancha." As an actor he became involved in motion pictures such as "Hurricane Smith" (1941), ...

Merman, Ethel

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