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Annie Get Your Gun (1957)

TV Movie  -   -  Musical | Western  -  27 November 1957 (USA)
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John Raitt ...
William O'Neal ...
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Donald Burr ...
Charles 'Charlie' Davenport
Norman Edwards ...
Tommy Keller
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Winnie Tate
Zachary Charles ...
Robert Nash ...
Gordon William 'Pawnee Bill' Lillie
Stuart Hodes ...
Wild Horse
Jan Skidmore ...
Nellie Oakley
Patricia Morrow ...
Jessie Oakley
Shelley Windsor ...
Little Girl
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Little Jake Oakley
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Unlike the Mary Martin Peter Pan (1960), this special was performed in front of a live studio audience. Applause can be heard after each of the musical numbers. Mary Martin always said that she felt more comfortable performing in front of a live audience; this was why she did not make many theatrical films. See more »

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I just watched some clips from this production on Youtube. It's corny, but it's wonderful. Mary Martin brings great clowning and athletic dancing to this role, as well as great B'way singing. Her singing has much more guts than it did on the audio recording of the national touring company. In the studio she tended to sweeten things up and sing with a warmer sound. This was filmed "live" in front of an audience and has all the energy and spontaneity of a theatrical performance.

The "I'm an Indian Too" scene is wonderful. It includes a fantastic and athletic dance as Annie arrives for her initiation into the tribe. I believe this song was cut from the new Broadway production as it's comic take on American Indians would be a hard sell today.


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