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Music Man, The (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Iowa Stubborn Just arrived on the train from Illinois, after an opening number confirming the disdain of other traveling salesmen for his scorched-earth methods, un-credentialed music professor Henry Hill (Robert Preston) hears from the folk of River City, Io-way about their own predisposition, in the hit Warner Bros. adaptation of the Meredith Willson musical, with Timmy Everett, and Paul Ford as the Mayor, in The Music Man, 1962.
Music Man, The (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Shipoopi Buddy Hackett never played the part on Broadway, and was a regular on NBC’s Tonight Show at the time, but his one number as Marcellus, friend of the title character, is one of the more remembered and parodied from the landmark Meredith Willson musical, The Music Man, 1962, starring Robert Preston.
Pete's Dragon (1977) -- (Movie Clip) I Saw A Dragon! Mickey Rooney as local lush Lampie is the first able to see dragon Elliott (voice by Charlie Callas), friend of orphan Pete (Sean Marshall), and in a hurry to explain to his pals and daughter Nora (Helen Reddy), song by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn, in the Disney original musical Pete’s Dragon, 1977.
Oliver! (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Consider Yourself Just the front-end of the mammoth production number from Lionel Bart's "Consider Yourself," featuring Jack Wild (The Artful Dodger) and Mark Lester (title character), from Carol Reed's Dickens-based musical Oliver!, 1968.
Oliver! (1968) -- (Movie Clip) I Want Some More The big moment, Mark Lester (title character) draws the long straw and asks the impermissible question, Harry Secombe and Peggy Mount as Mr. and Mrs. Bumble leading the Lionel Bart song, in director Carol Reed’s Best Picture-winning adaptation of the West End musical based on the Dickens novel, Oliver!, 1968.
Mame (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Title Song After wowing the crowd with her unorthodox fox hunting, Lucille Ball (title character) is welcomed into Southern society by Robert Preston, as her new husband Beauregard, with a refined delivery of Jerry Herman’s title song, shooting on location in Georgia, Gene Saks directing, in Mame, 1974.
Mame (1974) -- (Movie Clip) It's Today Young Patrick (Kirby Furlong) and Jane Connell as Miss Gooch gawk at their first sighting of Lucille Ball as the title character, his Auntie, hosting an affair at her Beekman Place apartment in the 1920’s, song by Jerry Herman from the Broadway musical, in Warner Bros.’ Mame, 1974.
Mame (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Open A New Window Early in their acquaintance, Lucille Ball the title character and Kirby Furlong as Patrick Dennis, her nephew and new ward, in a portion of director Gene Saks’ elaborate staging of one of composer Jerry Herman’s better known numbers from the hit Broadway musical, Mame, 1974.