Bobby Child, scion of a New York banking family (and also a talented song-and-dance man), is sent by his mother to foreclose the Gaiety Theatre in Deadrock, Nevada. Once there, however, he ... See full summary »

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(libretto "Girl Crazy"), (dialogue) | 1 more credit »
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Episode credited cast:
Bruce Adler ...
Bela Zangler
Lori Alexander ...
Sheila
Jeb Brown ...
Lank Hawkins
Jane Connell ...
Mother
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Susie
Debra Denys Smith ...
Elaine
Sandy Edgerton ...
Irene Roth
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Mitzi
Jerry Gallagher ...
Moose
Alan Gilbert ...
Sam
Stacey Todd Holt ...
Pete
Mylinda Hull ...
Tess
Temple Kane ...
Betsy
Matt Lashey ...
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Everett Baker
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Bobby Child, scion of a New York banking family (and also a talented song-and-dance man), is sent by his mother to foreclose the Gaiety Theatre in Deadrock, Nevada. Once there, however, he falls in love with the daughter of the theatre's owner, and becomes involved in a scheme to save the day by putting on a magnificent show. Written by RK

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20 October 1999 (USA)  »

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The original Broadway production of "Crazy for You" opened at the Shubert Theater in New York on February 19, 1992, ran for 1622 performances and won the 1992 Tony Award for the Best Musical. The musical also received a nomination for Best Book. See more »

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Polly Baker: Do you wanna dance Bobby?
Bobby: Who could ask for anything more?
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Version of Girl Crazy (1932) See more »

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Where is the DVD for this show?
6 October 2002 | by (South Florida) – See all my reviews

Excellent production; superb talent pool -- this was great; I only wish I was present at the actual theater. This has all the greatest Gershwin tunes in it: "Nice work if you can get it", "I've got music, who can ask for anything more", etc... I checked here to see if there was a DVD available, but doesn't seem like it. Now I'll check the PBS site to see if they have it available. This was shown as part of the Great Performances series, and is a recording of the New Jersey State Theater production.


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