Les' mother is visiting, and complains that Les is in a dead-end job. Les decides he is going to follow his dream and apply for a job at CBS for the evening news in New York.
Did You Know?
The title is from the signature song for the musical Man of LaMancha sung by Richard Kiley and became a popular hit for many singers in the 1960's and 1970's. The original stage production opened at the ANTA Washington Square theater in New York City on 22 November 1965, moving to Broadway after a short run, and eventually having a total of 2329 performances. The cast featured Richard Kiley in the role of Don Quixote who won the 1966 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical. "Man of La Mancha" won the 1966 Tony Awards for the Best Musical and Best Score. See more
References Man of La Mancha
Written by Stanley Turrentine
Performed by Stanley Turrentine See more