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The Belle of New York

The Belle of New York(1952)


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  • The vocals for Vera-Ellen were dubbed by Anita Ellis.
  • Mae West was considered for the part of Mrs. Hill, but was too expensive.
  • The song "I Love to Beat the Big Bass Drum" was written for the film but not used.
  • A scene with a dance to "When I'm Out With the Belle of New York," by Vera- Ellen and chorus, was cut from the film.
  • Based on the first American stage musical to play London's West End, where it was a big hit in 1897.
  • Fred Astaire had been offered this role and declined it six years earlier.

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