Call Her Madam (1998)

In 1950, Irving Berlin, the renowned American composer, wrote "Call Me Madam", a musical inspired by the flamboyant Perle Mesta and her stay in Luxembourg. In the '40s Perle Mesta was ... See full summary »

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In 1950, Irving Berlin, the renowned American composer, wrote "Call Me Madam", a musical inspired by the flamboyant Perle Mesta and her stay in Luxembourg. In the '40s Perle Mesta was mainly known for her social interests. Her lavish cocktail parties attended by Washington's political elite awarded her the name "hostess with the mostes'". After having financially supported her personal friend and democrat candidate Harry Truman in the 1948 presidential election, Perle Mesta was appointed first American Minister to Luxembourg(1949-1953) where she lived up to her fame as she launched a diplomatic style of her own..... Written by paul.lesch@education.lu

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French

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April 1998 (Luxembourg) See more »

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