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Max Liebman Presents: Naughty Marietta (1955)

TV Movie  -   -  Musical  -  15 January 1955 (USA)
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Patrice Munsel ...
Marietta d'Altena
Alfred Drake ...
Capt. Dick Warrington
John Conte ...
Lt. Gov. LeGrange
Gale Sherwood ...
Yvonne
Don Driver ...
Louis D'Arc
Robert Gallagher ...
Captain of ship
William LeMassena ...
Rudolfo
Bambi Linn ...
Dancer
Rod Alexander ...
Dancer
Charles Dagmar ...
Punch and Judy
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interesting to watch, but not as good as the 1935 film
15 April 2001 | by (Illinois) – See all my reviews

This TV adaption of the operetta Naughty Marietta stays truer to the original version than the 1935 Jeanette MacDonald/Nelson Eddy version. However, it does not have the same magic and romance that the other film possess. I would not suggest watching this film unless you are an operetta/musical fan. But as a fan, this video allows us not only to see the original story of Naughty Marietta, but also lets us see the first TV starring role of Alfred Drake (He starred in Oklahoma, Kismet, Kiss Me Kate on Broadway).

The film contains the beautiful music of Victor Herbert, and has multiple entertaining dance numbers intertwined within the story. As a huge operetta fan, it was a joy to watch.


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