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Richard Rodgers, Dorothy Rodgers, Dorothy Hammerstein and Oscar Hammerstein II, celebrating the 1000th performance of "Oklahoma!" on Broadway, 1946.

Richard Rodgers, Dorothy Rodgers, Dorothy Hammerstein and Oscar Hammerstein II, celebrating the 1000th performance of "Oklahoma!" on Broadway, 1946.

“A bell's not a bell 'til you ring it A song's not a song 'til you sing it Love in your heart wasn't put there to stay Love isn't love 'til you give it away!”.  From "The Sound of Music" 1959, music by Richard Rodgers

“A bell's not a bell 'til you ring it A song's not a song 'til you sing it Love in your heart wasn't put there to stay Love isn't love 'til you give it away!”. From "The Sound of Music" 1959, music by Richard Rodgers

On the 22th of January 1897 ROSA PONSELLE was born in Meriden (Connecticut).  She is unanymously seen as the most ideal dramatic soprano.  " I think we all know that Ponselle was simply the greatest singer of us all ! " dixit Maria Callas.

On the 22th of January 1897 ROSA PONSELLE was born in Meriden (Connecticut). She is unanymously seen as the most ideal dramatic soprano. " I think we all know that Ponselle was simply the greatest singer of us all ! " dixit Maria Callas.

Gold diggers of 1935

Gold diggers of 1935

Composer Bernard Hermann who was best known for his scoring of Hitchcock films, scored the music for "The Ghost and Mrs Muir" 1947. He felt it was his best work.

Composer Bernard Hermann who was best known for his scoring of Hitchcock films, scored the music for "The Ghost and Mrs Muir" 1947. He felt it was his best work.

Former British child star Mark Lester, who played the lead in the 1968 Oscar-winning musical “Oliver!”. Lester appeared in several other films including 1969’s “Run Wild, Run Free,” 1971’s “Melody” and 1977’s box office and critical disappointment “Crossed Swords.” He left acting and became an osteopath. He returnd to acting last year in a movie called “1066,” which also features his son Felix. Photo of Lester ih “Olivier!”

Former British child star Mark Lester, who played the lead in the 1968 Oscar-winning musical “Oliver!”. Lester appeared in several other films including 1969’s “Run Wild, Run Free,” 1971’s “Melody” and 1977’s box office and critical disappointment “Crossed Swords.” He left acting and became an osteopath. He returnd to acting last year in a movie called “1066,” which also features his son Felix. Photo of Lester ih “Olivier!”

Holiday Inn (1942) ~ Marjorie Reynolds, Bing Crosby & Fred Astaire

Holiday Inn (1942) ~ Marjorie Reynolds, Bing Crosby & Fred Astaire

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