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Annie Get Your Gun Intro with Susan Lucci (2000)

Susan Lucci (one of the 1999 Broadway revival Annie Oakleys) recounts the legendary origins of Irving Berlin's Broadway musical, Annie Get Your Gun and the making of the top-grossing 1950 ... See full summary »

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Susan Lucci (one of the 1999 Broadway revival Annie Oakleys) recounts the legendary origins of Irving Berlin's Broadway musical, Annie Get Your Gun and the making of the top-grossing 1950 Betty Hutton MGM musical originally intended for Judy Garland in the title role. Written by Peter Fitzgerald

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This was a nice intro by Susan Lucci to the movie Annie Get Your Gun on the 2000 DVD
21 June 2012 | by (Baton Rouge, LA) – See all my reviews

Before the movie on the 2000 DVD, then current star-Susan Lucci of the revival of "Annie Get Your Gun" intros from five floors up the Marquis Theatre where she was playing the title character. She then mentions a little of Annie Oakley's life with authentic pics of her and Frank Butler provided on screen. Then she mentions the previous straight film version with Barbara Stanwyck before segueing to the original musical starring Ethel Merman. She then mentions initial star Judy Garland's participation as we see photos of her with, I think, toddler Liza Minnelli and then her costume photos before showing her outtakes of "Doin' What Comes Naturally" and "I'm an Indian, Too". We also see a photo of Frank Morgan as Buffalo Bill before he died suddenly and was replaced by Louis Calhern. The whole thing was fascinating to watch and Ms. Lucci was a fine host for this. This provided a perfect segue to the movie...


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