Lowell S. Hawley


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One And Only Original Genuine Family Band, The (1968) - Happiest Girl Alive Lesley-Ann Warren as Disney ingenue, eldest daughter Alice of the Bower clan of Ohio, song by the brothers Richard M. and Robert B. Sherman, singing of her beau (John Davidson, also her love interest in Disney’s The Happiest Millionaire, 1967), in The One And Only, Genuine, Original Family Band, 1968.
One And Only Original Genuine Family Band, The (1968) - Let's Put It Over With Grover The big number composed by Grandpa (Walter Brennan) for the 1888 re-nomination of President Grover Cleveland, performed by Buddy Ebsen, Janet Blair, Lesley-Ann Warren, Kurt Russell et al, composed by Richard M. and Robert B. Sherman, in Disney’s The One And Only, Genuine, Original Family Band, 1968.
In Search Of The Castaways (1962) - Glasgow, 1858 Opening on the Glasgow docks, Mary (Hayley Mills) and Robert (Keith Hamshere) Grant, with friend Professor Paganel (Maurice Chevalier) outwit a semi-compassionate guard (Ronald Fraser), in hopes of reaching powerful Lord Glenarvan, in Disney’s international hit In Search Of The Castaways, 1962, from the Jules Verne novel.
In Search Of The Castaways (1962) - Confounded Wharf Rats! After their long fruitless effort in South America, Ayerton (George Sanders, his first scene) observes the party led by Lord Glenarvan (Wilfrid Hyde White), with his son (Michael Anderson Jr.), professor Paganel (Maurice Chevalier) and the Grant children (Hayley Mills, Keith Hamshere) searching for their father, in Disney’s In Search Of The Castaways, 1962.
In Search Of The Castaways (1962) - It's An Earthquake! In the Andes on the search for their lost sailor father, Mary (Hayley Mills) and Robert (Keith Hamshere) are awakened by rumblings, delighting their pal Professor Paganel (Maurice Chevalier) and less so their sponsor Lord Glenarvan (Wilfrid Hyde White), Michael Anderson Jr. his son, in Disney’s In Search Of The Castaways, 1962.
Babes In Toyland (1961) - The One And Only Mother Goose! First Sylvester the goose, voice by director Jack Donohue, Mary McCarty as Mother Goose, then the chorus with the first song adapted by George Bruns from the 1903 opera, with new lyrics by Mel Leven, choreography by Tom Mahoney, the leads not yet seen, in Disney’s Babes In Toyland , 1961.

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