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Title Barbara Cook [videorecording] : Bell Telephone hour 1960-1965 / a production of Henry Jaffe Enterprises, Inc.

Imprint Pleasantville, N.Y. : VAI, c2005.


Location Call No. Status
 GDL Brand Library Storage DVD    K COOK BTH C47DVD    Available
Description 1 videodisc (50 min.) ; sd., col., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Note Originally produced for the Bell Telephone hour television series.
Program notes in container.
Popular songs and excerpts from musicals and operettas.
Contents Songs from Mededith Willson's The music man: Till there was you ; Lida Rose ; Will I ever tell you/Lida Rose (with the Buffalo Bills) (February 26, 1960) -- Civil War medley: When Johnny comes marching home ; He's gone away ; The Cumberland crew/Blow the man down ; The battle hymn of the republic -- Salute to Vienna: Emperor waltz ; Don't ask me why, from The song is ended ; I'm off to Chez Maxim's, from The merry widow ; Merry widow waltz, from The merry widow ; Blue eyes, from White Horse Inn ; Vienna city of my dreams ; Two hearts swing in three-quarter time (with Alfred Drake and the Bell Telephone Hour Chorus) (March 16, 1962) -- Salute to the 1962 Broadway season: Lovely, from A funny thing happened on the way to the forum ; The simple joys of maidenhood, from Camelot ; The sweetest sounds & Loads of love, from No strings ; Nobody told me, from No strings ; That was yesterday, from Milk and honey (with Robert Goulet and the Bell Telephone Chorus) (October 22, 1962) -- Milestones in American love songs: Love makes the world go round, from Carnival ; Medley (Buffalo gals ; Jeanie with the light brown hair ; In my merry Oldsmobile ; Come, Josephine in my flying machine ; My sweetheart's the man in the moon ; Under the bamboo tree ; If I had a talking picture of you) ; Pettin' in the park ; By a waterfall ; Shuffle off to Buffalo ; Indian love call (with the Bell Telephone Chorus) (January 5, 1965) -- Salute to the American girl: She's only a bird in a gilded cage ; It was good enough for grandma ; I'm gonna wash that man outa my hair, from South Pacific (with Robert Goulet and the Bell Telephone Chorus) (March 2, 1965) -- Tribute to World War II: They're either too young or too old ; I'll walk alone, from the motion picture Follow the boys (with Anita Gillette) (November 7, 1965).
Performer Barbara Cook, soprano ; with: the Buffalo Bills, Alfred Drake, Anita Gillette, Robert Goulet ; Bell Telephone Hour Orchestra & Chorus, Donald Voorhees, conductor.
Summary Never before released! Television performances by one of Broadway's most beloved singers. Show music includes selections from The Music Man, Carousel, South Pacific, and more. Rarities , operetta gems, and a song with legend Alfred Drake.
Audience MPAA rating: Not rated.
System Details DVD, all regions, aspect ratio 4:3 presentation; mono.
Language Sung in English.
Subject Popular music -- 1961-1970.
Musicals -- Excerpts.
Genre/Form Television musicals
Added Author Cook, Barbara. Performer.
Drake, Alfred, 1914-1992. Performer.
Goulet, Robert, 1933-2007. Performer.
Gillette, Anita, 1936- Performer.
Voorhees, Donald. Conductor.
Buffalo Bills (Musical group) Performer.
Bell Telephone Hour Chorus. Performer.
Bell Telephone Hour Orchestra. Performer.
Added Title Bell Telephone hour 1960-1965
Bell Telephone hour (Television program)
Standard No. 089948434795
Music No. 4347 VAI

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