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(1967) Stage: Replaced Carol Channing in a recast, all-black Broadway stage production of "Hello, Dolly!". Pearl won a special Tony Award that year for her performance.

Book: "Hurry Up, America, and Spit!"

Book: "Cross the Bridge and See the Other Side"

(1970s) TV commercials: Amana refrigerators.

(9/23/70) Appeared on the daytime program "Tempo" hosted by Regis Philbin. Also appearing: Edmund G. Brown.

(1946) Stage: Appeared (as "Butterfly"; Broadway debut) in "St. Louis Woman" on Broaday. Musical. Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Book by Arna Bontemps and Countee Cullen. Based on the novel "God Sends Sunday" by Arna Bontemps. Musical Director: Leon Leonardi. Choreographed by Charles Walters. Scenic Design by Lemuel Ayers. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. Martin Beck Theatre: 30 Mar 1946-6 Jul 1946 (113 performances). Cast: J. Mardo Brown (as "Drum Major"), Herbert Coleman (as "Piggie"), Yvonne Coleman, Joseph Eady, Lorenzo Fuller (as "Joshua"), Frank Green, Juanita Hall (as "Leah"), June Hawkins, Ruby Hill, Rex Ingram (as "Biglow Brown"), Carrington Lewis (as "Waiter"), Fayard Nicholas (as "Barney"), Harold Nicholas (as "Li'l Augie"), Richard Pope, Maude Russell (as "The Hostess"), Louis Sharp (as "Slim"), Elwood Smith (as "Ragsdale"), Merritt Smith (as "Pembroke"), Creighton Thompson, Charles Welch, Milton J. Williams, Milton Wood. Produced by Edward Gross.

(1968) Stage: Appeaed (as "Dolly") in 'Jerry Herman' (qav)'s musical, "Hello, Dolly! Black Version" on Broadway. St. James Theater. Also in cast: Cab Calloway.

(????) Album: "Around the World with Me" (Diplomat Records).

(1967) Stage: Appeared in "An Evening with Pearl Bailey," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ.

(????) Album: "Pearl Bailey Sings for Adults Only" (Columbia Records).


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