A live performance of the 1999 revival, taped in London in the theatre in which it was staged, and in front of a live audience.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lilli Vanessi / Katherine
Nancy Kathryn Anderson ...
Lois Lane / Bianca (as Nancy Anderson)
Nicholas Colicos ...
Harrison Howell (as Nicolas Colicos)
First Man
Jack Chissick ...
Second Man
Kaye Brown ...
Hattie (as Kaye E. Brown)
Nolan Frederick ...
Colin Farrell ...
Nick Winston ...
Barry McNeill ...
Alan Vicary ...
Ralph the Stage Manager
Andrew Spillett ...
Cab Driver / Nathaniel
Duncan Smith ...


A live performance of the 1999 revival, taped in London in the theatre in which it was staged, and in front of a live audience.

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Once again is not enough
29 May 2004 | by (Amarillo TX) – See all my reviews

I first saw KMK on stage in Chicago in about 1949, saw the movie with Kathryn Grayson (Didn't like her too much - rather unusual for me) but loved the two hoods. James Whitmore was terrifically funny.

I really enjoyed this version since it was far closer to the original show than the Hollywood version was.

Unfortunately there IS a major problem with the script.

To understand many of the references you have to be in at least your 60s because if the WWII references and the immediate post-WWII references.

The General tho was the perfect pompous ass and Rachel York as Lily was outstanding,

As to the comparison with Music Man, let's face it NOBODY will ever replace Robert Preston as Prof Harold Hill, not now not ever. Mathew Broderick is a nice actor, but I would never cast him in that part, NEVER.

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