Face the Music. Musical comedy/revue (revival). Music by Irving Berlin. Book by Moss Hart
. Lyrics by Irving Berlin
. Music orchestrated by Russell Bennett, Frank Tours and Maurice De Packh
. Scenic Design by Albert R. Johnson. Lighting Design by Hassard Short. Costume Design by Kiviette and Weld. Choreographed by Albertina Rasch
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[on writing the screenplay for 'A Star is Born', 1954] It was a difficult story to do because the original was so famous, and when you tamper with the original you're inviting all sorts of unfavorable criticism. It had to be changed because I had to say new things about Hollywood - which is quite a feat in itself, as the subject had been worn pretty thin. Add to that the necessity of making this ...
Had suffered at least one heart attack prior to his fatal one. This was on October 14, 1960, while in his hotel room in Toronto, where he was holding an out-of-town audition and generally working on revisions for the soon-to-open Lerner and Loewe Broadway musical "Camelot," which he was to direct.