Alan Jay Lerner- Thestreet Where I Live

Episodes

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GENOME:
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Henry Goodman reads from Lerner's autobiography

2: Acquiring the Rights With the death of George Pascal , who owned the rights to Pygmalion,

Lerner and Loewe took the tricky path of acquiring the rights themselves. Producers Adrian Edwards and Mark Rowles

GENOME:
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Unknown: Henry Goodman

Unknown: George Pascal

Producers: Adrian Edwards

Producers: Mark Rowles

GENOME:
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Henry Goodman reads from Alan Jay Lerner 's autobiography, with musical illustrations.

3: Covent Garden

Lerner and Loewe visit

Covent Garden in London, in search of inspiration fortheir character

Eliza Doolittle. Plus,

Rex Harrison auditions with MollyMalone, Stanley Holloway unleashes his strong baritone in the dining room at Claridge's and Frederick Loewe and his lady friend are visited by an incontinent ghost in a haunted house.

Adapted by Adrian Edwards

Producers Adrian Edwards and Mark Rowles

GENOME:
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Unknown: Henry Goodman

Unknown: Alan Jay Lerner

Unknown: Eliza Doolittle.

Unknown: Rex Harrison

Unknown: Stanley Holloway

Unknown: Frederick Loewe

Adapted By: Adrian Edwards

Producers: Adrian Edwards

Producers: Mark Rowles

GENOME:
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Henry Goodman reads from the autobiography of the man who wrote the book and lyrics to

My Fair Lady. 4: Putting It Together. Cecil Beaton agrees to design the costumes, Hanya Holm is the choreographer, while the post of conductor is assigned to Franz Alters. One thousand dancers and over

5,000 singers audition. Producers Adrian Edwards and Mark Rowles

GENOME:
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Unknown: Henry Goodman

Unknown: Cecil Beaton

Unknown: Hanya Holm

Unknown: Franz Alters.

Producers: Adrian Edwards

Producers: Mark Rowles

GENOME:
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Henry Goodman reads from the autobiography of the man who wrote the book and lyrics to MyFair Lady. 5: On the Road With just six weeks before setting out for Broadway, Lerner and Loewe were still a title and three songs short, while Julie Andrews was busy making the tea during rehearsals. Adapted by Adrian Edwards

Producers Adrian Edwards and Mark Rowles

GENOME:
[R3 BD=20001110]

Unknown: Henry Goodman

Unknown: Julie Andrews

Adapted By: Adrian Edwards

Producers: Adrian Edwards

Producers: Mark Rowles