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Got quite a surprise last night when I was surfing through Youtube and found excerpts from this program, which I didn't know existed. Reading the comments from the writer from North Wales, I rushed to find this on IMDb. There was Julie strutting her stuff with Goulet, Burton, Chevalier and Stanley Holloway (didn't expect to see the irascible Rex Harrison, and wasn't disappointed). The first clip I found had all the principals joining Julie for a jubilant version of "I Could Have Danced All Night." Julie sang "With a Little Bit of Luck" with a gaggle of chorus boys in a jazzed-up version. I believe there is also a clip from the opening scene and song from "Camelot," which is arguably the best part of the show, but I didn't see it. Quality was variable, but it was in color, and quite watchable. Items come and go on Youtube, and there's no way to download them, so I suggest you find it quickly and enjoy it fleetingly. When oh when will we be able to download these amazing moments from Youtube? Yes, I am grateful that they even exist, but copyrights or whatever stop them from appearing for any length of time, and each one is a thrilling time capsule. More, please, more!
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