Approved | | Biography, Comedy, Musical
In an interview José Ferrer disclosed that he had to redo the "Jazza-Jazza-Doo-Doo" routine several times because the crew kept laughing out loud and interfering with the sound track. The director finally cleared the set of everyone not needed to film the ... ...
You have talent. That's very rare in the theater.
Sigmund Romberg: You have a warm smile. That's even rarer.
Songs are not presented in the correct chronological order in which they were written, nor from the shows in which they were introduced. For example, "Maytime" was a 1917 show, not a 1920s show, as presented here. "Softly, as In a Morning Sunrise" came from "New Moon" (1928) and was not written a decade earlier for Gaby Deslys; "It" was from "The Desert Song" (1926), a much later show than "Artists and Models", as presented here.