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19 May 2009 (USA) See more »
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John Badham ... Himself
Robert Banas ... Himself
Robert S. Birchard ... Himself

Pat Boone ... Himself
Marc Breaux ... Himself

Leslie Caron ... Herself

George Chakiris ... Himself

Marge Champion ... Herself

Carol Channing ... Herself

Bill Condon ... Himself

Arlene Dahl ... Herself

Nanette Fabray ... Herself

Betty Garrett ... Herself

Joel Grey ... Himself

Richard Harris ... Himself (archive footage)

Rex Harrison ... Himself (archive footage)
Bill Harry ... Himself

Shirley Jones ... Herself

Gene Kelly ... Himself (archive footage)

Paula Kelly ... Herself
John Kenrick ... Himself
George Klein ... Himself

A.C. Lyles ... Himself

Shirley MacLaine ... Herself
Anita Mann ... Herself

Ray Manzarek ... Himself

Rob Marshall ... Himself

Dean Martin ... Himself (archive footage)
Hisato Masuyama ... Himself

Neil Meron ... Himself

Liza Minnelli ... Herself

Rita Moreno ... Herself

Robert Morse ... Himself

Marni Nixon ... Herself

Robert Osborne ... Himself

Juliet Prowse ... Herself (archive footage)

Ann Reinking ... Herself

Debbie Reynolds ... Herself

James Shigeta ... Himself

Stella Stevens ... Herself

Tommy Tune ... Himself

Shani Wallis ... Herself

Lesley Ann Warren ... Herself
Ian Whitcomb ... Himself

Robert Wise ... Himself (archive footage)

Craig Zadan ... Himself

Directed by
Mark McLaughlin 
Writing credits
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Produced by
Julie Antepli .... senior associate producer
Phillip Dye .... associate producer
Randy Gitsch .... associate producer
Tasha Lowe-Newsome .... senior associate producer
Mark McLaughlin .... series supervising producer
Dante J. Pugliese .... executive producer
Original Music by
Erik Lundmark 
Cinematography by
Jose Bugarin (director of photography)
Maurey Dahlen (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Julie Antepli 
Makeup Department
Meredith Baraf .... makeup artist
Jean Fox .... makeup artist
Deborah Green .... makeup artist
Rada Maksimovich .... makeup artist
Natasha Smee .... makeup artist
Sound Department
Young-kon Kim .... sound mixer
Visual Effects by
Thomas L. Wentworth .... visual effects
Editorial Department
Hector De Leon .... on-line editor & colorist
Walter Ruiz .... assistant editor
Gerardo M. Sanchez .... assistant editor (as Gerardo Montoya Sanchez)
Music Department
Marghie Evans .... music clearances
Other crew
Eduardo Eguia Dibildox .... technical director
Jerianne Keaney .... clip clearances
Renee Kibbler .... clip clearances
Tasha Lowe-Newsome .... researcher
Hisato Masuyama .... consultant
Steve Pinto .... film inspection
Jeanette Pugliese .... production controller
Ana Rodriguez .... vault manager
Jane Shayne .... talent executive
Steve Stoliar .... consultant

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big disappointment, 25 July 2012
Author: Helen Belova ( from Russian Federation

I have had great expectations about the TV series, because I adore Hollywood musicals but felt disappointed. I could not understand the choice of subjects and stories about them. The authors paid a lot of attention to some honored artists, but some artists are not paid attention at all. It seems the creators meticulously removed almost any mention of Frank Sinatra from music history. They said a few words in a series of 40's and forgot about him until the end of the series of the 60s. Sinatra was one of the ten box-office actors of the 50-60s. He was a singer the number one in the 50's and number two in the 60's. He starred in 15 musicals and received a Golden Globe for the musical 'Pal Joey'. His songs was nominated 7 times for Academy Award for Best Original Song in musicals and they got 3 of them. Even when they spoke about 'Robin and the 7 Hoods' it seems it was done to say something nasty about The Rat Pack. They are taking the time for an unsuccessful movie 'Let's Make Love' with Marilyn Monroe and her death, bad movies with Elvis. But nothing about 'High Society', 'The Joker Is Wild', 'Pal Joey'. They paid a huge time to Gene Kelly. He certainly was a brilliant dancer, choreographer and director. But Sinatra starred in 3 great box-office musicals with Kelly. Nothing about Sinatra. They said Marlon Brando was singing in 'Guys and Dolls' but nothing about Sinatra. The said about Louis Jourdan and Maurice Chevalier in 'Can-Can' but almost nothing about top-billed Sinatra. He starred with Jane Russell, Shirley MacLaine and Debbie Reynolds, that were hosts. Almost nothing about Sinatra. Great disappointment.

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