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Shirley Jones & Florence Henderson - Broadways Leading Ladies

Henderson / Jones / Andes / Cassidy / Voorhees
Release Date: 04/06/2010 
Label:  Video Artists International   Catalog #: 4491  
Number of Discs: 1 
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Bell Telephone Hour Telecasts 1960-1966 With Keith Andes, Jack Cassidy, Gordon MacRae, Bobby Troup, Bucky Pizzarelli, and Milt Hinton Before they were the iconic TV moms Shirley Partridge and Carol Brady , Shirley Jones and Florence Henderson were stars of Broadway, movie musicals, and television variety shows. These performances from the Bell Telephone Hour television series showcase their far-ranging talents in a magnificent collection of beloved Broadway favorites. Program also includes solos by Broadway notables Jack Cassidy and Keith Andes, and duets with Gordon MacRae. 66 minutes, Color, mono, 4:3, All regions.

Biographies and complete program details:

Florence Henderson starred on Broadway in the first
Read more revival of Oklahoma!, the acclaimed musical Fanny (opposite Ezio Pinza), and Noël Coward’s The Girl Who Came to Supper. In this collection, Ms. Henderson sings “Out of My Dreams” from Oklahoma! and “Here and Now” from The Girl Who Came to Supper, among other Broadway hits.

Shirley Jones made her Broadway debut in South Pacific during the last phase of the show’s long run. She went on to star in three of the most successful film adaptations of Broadway musicals of all time: Oklahoma!, Carousel, and The Music Man. In this program, Ms. Jones sings songs from all three of those shows, plus many other classic tunes.

Part I: Shirley Jones
Telecast of March 30, 1962
1. “I’ll Take Romance” from the film I’ll Take Romance
(Ben Oakland & Oscar Hammerstein II)
2. “I’ve Got a Crush on You” from Strike Up the Band (George & Ira Gershwin)
3. “Out of My Dreams” from Oklahoma!
(Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II)
4. “What’s the Use of Wond’rin’” from Carousel
(Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II)

Telecast of January 6, 1961
5. “Till There Was You” from The Music Man (Meredith Willson)
with Keith Andes
6. “Camelot” from Camelot (Alan Jay Lerner & Frederick Loewe)
7. “The Sound of Music” from The Sound of Music
(Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II)
8. “You’ve Come Home” from Wildcat (Cy Coleman & Carolyn Leigh)
Performed by Keith Andes
9. “Make Someone Happy” from Do Re Mi
(Jule Styne, Adolph Green & Betty Comden)
with Keith Andes
10. “Everything’s Coming Up Roses” from Gypsy
(Jule Styne & Stephen Sondheim)
with Keith Andes

Telecast of January 1, 1960
11. “42nd Street” from the film 42nd Street (Harry Warren & Al Dubin) with Jack Cassidy
12. “As Time Goes By” from the film Casablanca (Herman Hupfeld)
13. “Gigi” from the film Gigi (Alan Jay Lerner & Frederick Loewe)
Performed by Jack Cassidy
14. “High Hopes” from the film A Hole in the Head
(Sammy Cahn & Jimmy Van Heusen)
with Jack Cassidy

Telecast of February 25, 1964
15. “The Night Was Made for Love” from The Cat and the Fiddle
(Jerome Kern & Otto Harbach)
16. “Life Upon the Wicked Stage” from Showboat
(Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II)
17. “The Touch of Your Hand” from Roberta
(Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II)
18. “Look For the Silver Lining” from Sally (Jerome Kern & B. G. DeSylva)

Part II: Florence Henderson
Telecast of April 24, 1966
19. “Don’t Ever Leave Me” from Sweet Adeline
(Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II)

Telecast of October 10, 1965
20. “Manhattan” from Garrick Gaieties (1925) (Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart)
with Gordon MacRae
21. “Do I Hear a Waltz?” from Do I Hear a Waltz?
(Richard Rodgers & Stephen Sondheim)
22. “Make Someone Happy” from Do Re Mi
(Jule Styne, Adolph Green & Betty Comden)
with Gordon MacRae
23. “I Got Lost in His Arms” from Annie Get Your Gun (Irving Berlin)

Telecast of June 30, 1964
24. “I Have Dreamed” from The King and I
(Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II)
25. “June Is Bustin’ Out All Over” from Carousel
(Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II)

Telecast of February 27, 1966
26. “How Could You Believe Me When I Said I Loved You”
from the film Royal Wedding (Burton Lane & Alan Jay Lerner)
27. “Without You” from My Fair Lady
(Alan Jay Lerner & Frederick Loewe)
28. “It’s Almost Like Being in Love” from Brigadoon
(Alan Jay Lerner & Frederick Loewe)

Telecast of September 8, 1964
29. “Out of My Dreams” from Oklahoma!
(Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II)

Telecast of July 28, 1964
30. “This Can’t Be Love” from The Boys from Syracuse
(Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart)
with Bobby Troup, Bucky Pizzarelli, and Milt Hinton
31. “Here and Now” from The Girl Who Came to Supper (Noël Coward)
32. “Thank You For a Lovely Evening” from Palais Royal Revue (1934)
(Jimmy McHugh & Dorothy Fields)
33. Closing Credits and Bell Telephone Hour Theme Song: “The Bell Waltz” by Donald Voorhees

All selections except chapter 30 are accompanied by:
The Bell Telephone Hour Orchestra
Donald Voorhees, conductor

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