When "J.T.'s World" becomes a huge local hit, a national syndicator approaches the show's star about making the show an even bigger hit. J.T. thinks he's about to become a huge star, and his ego grows wild. However, the eldest Lambert is thoroughly humbled when he learns the syndicator's plans for his show are vastly different. Written by
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Did You Know?
The title is derived from the song "There's No Business Like Show Business" from Irving Berlin
's musical Annie Get Your Gun
(1950) and has become an anthem for the whole entertainment industry. The song was also featured in the movie There's No Business Like Show Business
(1954). The original Broadway show "Annie Get Your Gun" opened at the Imperial Theater on May 16, 1946 starring Ethel Merman and Ray Middleton and ran for 1,147 performances. See more
References Annie Get Your Gun