Rodgers hammerstein julie andrews irwin kostal the sound of music an original soundtrack recording - Cinderella (1957) - IMDb


By the early 1940s, Hart had sunk into alcoholism and emotional turmoil, becoming unreliable and prompting Rodgers to approach Hammerstein to ask if he would consider working with him. [11] Hammerstein was eager to do so, and their first collaboration was Oklahoma! (1943). [12] Thomas Hischak states, in his The Rodgers and Hammerstein Encyclopedia , that Oklahoma! is "the single most influential work in the American musical theatre. In fact, the history of the Broadway musical can accurately be divided into what came before Oklahoma! and what came after it." [13] An innovation for its time in integrating song, character, plot and dance, Oklahoma! would serve, according to Hischak, as "the model for Broadway shows for decades", [13] and proved a huge popular and financial success. Once it was well-launched, what to do as an encore was a daunting challenge for the pair. Film producer Samuel Goldwyn saw Oklahoma! and advised Rodgers to shoot himself, which according to Rodgers "was Sam's blunt but funny way of telling me that I'd never create another show as good as Oklahoma! " [14] As they considered new projects, Hammerstein wrote, "We're such fools. No matter what we do, everyone is bound to say, 'This is not another Oklahoma!' " [15]

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A handsome riverboat gambler, Gaylord Ravenal , appears on the levee and is taken with eighteen-year-old Magnolia ("Nolie") Hawks, an aspiring performer and the daughter of Cap'n Andy and his wife Parthenia Ann (Parthy). Magnolia is likewise smitten with Ravenal (" Make Believe "). She seeks advice from Joe, a black dock worker aboard the boat, who has returned from buying flour for his wife Queenie, the ship's cook. He replies that there are "lots like [Ravenal] on the river." As Magnolia goes inside the boat to tell her friend Julie about the handsome stranger, Joe mutters that she ought to ask the river for advice. He and the other dock workers reflect on the wisdom and indifference of " Ol' Man River ", who doesn't seem to care what the world's troubles are, but "jes' keeps rollin' along".

International star of stage and screen, her long and cherished association with Rodgers & Hammerstein includes starring as the title character in the original TV production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (1957), playing 'Maria Rainer' in the iconic film version of The Sound Of Music (1965), and singing the role of 'Anna Leonowens' in the studio cast recording of The King and I (1992).

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