1 edition of Panama Hattie found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Other titles||Charley"s aunt.|
|Contributions||Alton, Robert, 1897-1957, Fields, Herbert, 1897-1958, De Sylva, B. G. (Buddy Gard), 1896-1950, Du Bois, Raoul Pène, 1914-1985, MacGregor, Edgar, 1878-1957, Porter, Cole, 1891-1964, Thomas, Brandon, 1848-1914, Forty-sixth Street Theatre (Organization: New York, N.Y.), Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||PN2093 .C64 1995 no. P17|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (theater program).|
|LC Control Number||2009658507|
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Panama Hattie book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A musical reading of Cole Porter's classic 's hit from the Shaw Fes. Loved it. When I was a kid growing up here in New Jersey back in the 's and 's my parents would often take a ride down to the Jersey Shore to a place called Keansburg, NJ and go to a certain bar on the boardwalk and there was a woman singer there called "Panama Hattie."/5(24).
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Panama Hattie by Littler, Emile and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at "Panama Hattie" - music and Lyrics by Cole Porter, book by Herbert Fields and B.G. DeSylva, adapted by Christopher Newton and Paul Sportelli. There are many pre-war musicals that have slipped into obscurity and here's one of the most delightful: Cole Porter's saucy tale about a brassy night-club owner in Panama.
Hattie is being wooed by. Synopsis Hattie Maloney, a brassy nightclub singer in Panama, tries to fit into the upper-crust world of her fiance, Nick Bullett, an officer in the armed forces, and the divorced father of an 8-year-old child. Cole plus Merman is a combination that has yielded some memorable musical shows in recent years.
"Panama Hattie" holds her own with any of them. For Herbert Fields and B. De Sylva have written a roaring book about sailors in the Panama Canal Zone. Hattie, a Panama Hattie book and brassy singer at a club in the Panama Canal Zone, is betrothed to the upper crust Nick Bullett, played engagingly by a sensitive and sympathetic Stephen Bogardus.
Complications ensue when Nick’s eight-year old daughter, Geraldine, comes to live with her father. Hattie Maloney runs a saloon in Panama where assorted characters congregate where they frequently sing and dance Cole Porter numbers.
An upper class gentleman arrives and sparks fly between him and Hattie. They try and overcome complications betweens songs.6/10(). Octo These days when musicals routinely explore questions of race, gender and politics, a highly entertaining but completely frivolous one like Cole Porter’s Panama Hattie may come as a welcome relief.
Originally produced inwith a book by Herbert Fields and B.G. DeSylva, the show was conceived as a vehicle for Ethel Merman, who played the eponymous American singer working. Panama Hattie.
A Musical Comedy in 2 Acts, 13 Scenes. Book by Herbert Fields and Buddy G. DeSylva. Music and lyrics by Cole Porter. 46th Street Theatre, Broadway - Opened 30th October, ; closed 3rd January, ( perfs) Piccadilly Panama Hattie book, London. The Broadway musical from which Panama Hattie was drawn was noted for its rambunctiously sophisticated Cole Porter score and Ethel Merman's brawny performance of same, not for its negligible book, so it makes sense that the filmmakers made considerable alterations in the script for the cinematic version.
What doesn't make sense is dispensing with most of the score and substituting inappropriate Brand: Warner Archives. Panama Hattie / music and lyrics by Cole Poter, book by Herbert Fields and B.G.
DeSylva adapted by Paul Sportelli, - performance files. Hello Again / by Michael John Lachiusa, based on the play "La Ronde: by Arthur Schnitzier, directed by Christopher Newton, musically directed by Paul Sportelli, - performance files. Panama Hattie, with music and lyrics by Cole Porter and book by Herbert Fields and B.G.
DeSylva, was first performed on Broadway in and ran for Panama Hattie Read More» David returns to Theatre West for the Third Annual Betty Garrett Memorial Musical Comedy Tribute. Get this from a library. Panama Hattie. [Ethel Merman; B G De Sylva; Cole Porter; Herbert Fields; Robert Alton; Edgar MacGregor; Raoul Pène Du Bois; H P Hanaford; Forty-sixth Street Theatre (New York, N.Y.); Richard L.
Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress);] -- At Manhattan theatres, week of Septem46th Street Theatre, B.G. de Sylva presents Ethel Merman in. In Panama Hattie Porter follows the template of his hit Anything Goes – a little light on story and replete with bouncing musical numbers that unabashedly play to the audience.
This is not the ‘book’ musical popularized by Rodgers and Hammerstein – and later conquered by none other than Cole : Sarah Downs. Panama Hattie is a American film based upon the Broadway musical of the same was produced by Arthur Freed and directed by Norman Z.
ntial retakes were directed by Roy Del Ruth with choreography by Danny Dare and musical numbers staged by Vincente film used only four of Porter's songs and substituted other songs. Produced by: Arthur Freed.
But first let's spend some time on the book. You wouldn't expect a pre-Oklahoma. musical comedy libretto to offer much in the way of cohesion, and Panama Hattie's, by B.G. De Sylva and Herbert Fields, doesn't. I pause to reflect on it because, even for a musical comedy, it's extraordinarily slapdash.
Panama Hattie () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Panama Hattie (Original, Musical, Comedy, Broadway) opened in New York City and played through Jan 3, Panama Hattie is a American musical with music and lyrics by Cole Porter and book by Herbert Fields and B.
DeSylva. It is also the title of a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer musical film version based upon the play. The title is a play on words, referring to the popular Panama hat. Despite a book filled with crackling zingers and some grand Cole Porter tunes, "Panama Hattie" proves to be a wearisome experience in this colorless script-in-hand : Andy Propst.
Closing out the Fall Mufti series is the 's hit musical Panama Hattie, with music and lyrics by Cole Porter and book by Herbert Fields and B.G. DeSylva. Synopsis "Panama Hattie" concerns Hattie Maloney, a nightclub singer in Panama, who is engaged to a military officer, Nick desperately wants to fit in with Nick and his upper-crust world.
She also struggles to win the support of Nick's 8-year-old daughter from a previous marriage. With a raucous book about sailors and singers in the Panama Canal Zone and a snappy Porter score that includes “Let’s Be Buddies,” “I've Still Got My Health” and “Make It Another Old-Fashioned, Please,” PANAMA HATTIE was a smash in its day, but is now mostly known for 83%(16).
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DeSylva Production "Panama Hattie"; Song Hits from the B.G. DeSylva Production "Panama Hattie"; Song Hits from the B.G. DeSylva Production "Panama Hattie"; Song Hits from the B.G. DeSylva Production "Panama Hattie". Panama Hattie was a mess from the beginning.
George Murphy and Shirley Temple were originally cast as the socialite who wins Sothern's heart and his kid sister, then abruptly replaced by Dan Dailey (before he became a star at 20th Century-Fox) and Jackie Horner.
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"Panama Hattie" is a theater musical with music and lyrics by Cole Porter and book by Herbert Fields and B. DeSylva. It is also the title of a MGM musical based upon the play. ongs. Music and Lyrics by Cole Porter / Book by Herbert Fields and B. DeSylva. This jaunty romantic comedy features "Panama" Hattie Maloney, who owns and performs in her own night club in the Panama Canal Zone.
Too much random madness stopped Panama Hattie () from being a big hit for me. Plenty to laugh at, a few sweet songs too, but the way they blended it together, they 3/5(68).
Written for Ethel Merman, Panama Hattie was the first show for which her name was advertised above the title. The musical opened in playing performances, in those days a certified smash.
It was Porter’s 20th outing on The Great White Way. Stephen Bogardus (Nick) and Klea Blackhurst (Hattie); Klea Blackhurst and Kylie Kuioka (Geraldine) I never saw Ethel Merman live, but.
Panama Hattie would have been more fun if it didn't have so much book, but Porter's score has some nifty items. "My Mother Would Love You" is a charmer of a ballad for Nick and Hattie, and "I've Still Got My Health" has some typically impudent rhymes: "By fashion and foppery, I'm never discussed/Attending the opry, my box would be a bust.".
Cole Porter's musical hit Panama Hattie originally starred Ethel Merman on Broadway. But Merman was not a proven movie commodity, thus it was Ann Sothern who appeared in the film version as Hattie, brassy but golden-hearted proprietress of a Canal Zone hotel.
Accustomed to dealing with such raucous cohorts as she-sick sailors Red (Red Skelton). Cole Porter’s cruise through the Panama Canal in January and the fears of the nation as to the German and Japanese threats to the Canal Zone with the U.S.
on the brink of joining World War II may be the inspiration for the musical comedy Panama Hattie, the fourth and most successful show that Porter wrote for Ethel the third and last show of its Cole Porter Series, The York.
Klea Blackhurst, Kylie Kuioka in Panama Hattie. Photo: Russ Rowland. The following may not sound like the compliment it’s meant to be, but mull it over: The Panama Hattie revival that ends the York Theatre Company’s Musicals in Mufti tribute to Cole Porter does entertain; but even as it offers an indisputable plus, it simultaneously presents hard-and-fast proof for why the musical isn.
Panama Hattie - DVD-R () for $ from Musicals & The Arts Warner Archive Collection Series Adaptation of Cole Porter's Broadway musical about a nightclub owner in Panama, who takes on Nazi spies.
- Order by Phone /5(). Cole Porter's musical hit Panama Hattie originally starred Ethel Merman on Broadway. But Merman was not a proven movie commodity, thus it was Ann Sothern who appeared in the film version as Hattie Reviews: 3.
"Panama Hattie," B.G. DeSylva's new musical show, is listed to open on Oct. 28 at the Forty-sixth Street Theatre, after a preliminary whirl in New Haven on Oct. 3 and at Boston on Oct. 7.Musical Numbers. Numbers Written by Cole Porter are in Bold Type "Hattie from Panama" (Roger Edens) - Chorus"I've Still Got My Health" - Ann Sothern "Berry Me Not" (Phil Moore) [instrumental, danced by the Berry Brothers]"Just One of Those Things" - Lena Horne [from Jubilee] "Fresh As a Daisy" - Virginia O'Brien "Good Neighbors" (Roger Edens) - Red Skelton, Rags Ragland, Ben Blue, and Chorus.View Panama Hattie\'s's upcoming event schedule and profile - Aiea, HI.
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