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    Ethel Merman

    I agree. The Fox Movie Channel plays the film regularly..... check your local listings. I have been dying to see "Anything Goes", but TCM has never shown it. I do know they cut 2 or 3 numbers from the film that were part of the original stage production. I have emailed TCM numerous times suggesting that they showcase the legendary powerhouse (Merman) as their featured star of the week / month to no avail. Maybe if some of you guys jump on the band wagon they will catch on. Thanks
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    Ethel Merman

    Sandy: Thanks for the info...
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    Ethel Merman

    Sandy: How can I possibly get my hands on that? Has it been released on CD? Oh...... the campier the better. StJohns95
  4. TAKE A BREATH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MY POST WAS NOT A PERSONAL ATTACK ON YOU, JUST MY OWN PERSONAL VIEWS, OBSERVATIONS AND THOUGHTS
  5. Brilliantly said. I cannot wait until I see this film myself. I was watching a television news magazine program a few weeks back in which, (FRESHMAN) Journalism students were interviewed regarding this film -- a hand full of those students were unaware of the relevance of Edward R. Murrow to Broadcast and Print Journalism today. That really says something don't you think? I feel the media and the public-at-large under estimates the "creative force" of George Clooney. Listening to the Press he has given for "Good Night, and Good Luck" really made me re-evaluate his talents. I hope he channels those same creative talents toward the stage in the near future .... who knows.
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    Ethel Merman

    Apparently I am the only fan of Merman's on these boards. I would really love it if TCM would have a week her films . Does anyone feel the same way????????
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    Rodgers & Hammerstein

    I only have one -- "Carousel" I am more of fan of Rogers and Hart, or the collaborations of Bernstein, Sondheim and Prince.

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