A Good Old Burlesque Show - Mickey Rooney, Ann Miller - Sugar Babies (The Burlesque Musical) (Vinyl, LP)


  1. A nostalgic revue, Sugar Babies (subtitled "the burlesque musical"), starring Mickey Rooney and Ann Miller, opened on Broadway on October 9, , and ran over 1, performances.
  2. Apr 10,  · Sugar Babies wasn't supposed to be a hit. The Broadway insiders 'knew' no one wanted to see two has-been movie stars doing hokey jokes from a long-dead low-brow genre. Yet, it was, a big, fat.
  3. Apr 07,  · Only one sketch in Sugar Babies comes close to that antic anarchy and that is a court-room scene with Mickey Rooney as an uncontrollably priapic judge and Ann Miller as a leg-flashing murderess.
  4. Aug 30,  · Rooney and Miss Miller will take ''Sugar Babies'' on a national tour opening Nov. 8 in Chicago. After the show there was a party at the .
  5. Overture --A good old burlesque show --Introduction: Welcome to the gaiety --Let me be your sugar baby --Travelin: In Louisiana --I feel a song comin' on --Goin' back to New Orleans --The Broken Arms Hotel --Sally --Don't blame me --Immigration rose --Little red school house --Sugar baby bounce --The song of the auctioneer --Introduction --Down.
  6. Sep 25,  · MILLER, ROONEY MAKE `SUGAR BABIES` A DELIGHT Richard Christiansen, Entertainment editor CHICAGO TRIBUNE ''Sugar Babies,'' which has outlived burlesque and may outlast us all, is back in the Arie.
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  8. –Orchestra* Overture – Mickey Rooney & Friends* A Good Old Burlesque Show – Mickey Rooney & Jack Fletcher (2) Introduction: Welcome To The Gaiety – The Sugar Babies Let Me Be Your Sugar Baby – Ann Miller, The Sugar Babies & The Gaiety Quartet Travelin': "In Louisiana" – Ann Miller, The Sugar Babies & The Gaiety Quartet I Feel A Song Comin' On4/5(1).
  9. Legendary actor Mickey Rooney died at age A superstar in his youth, Rooney was Hollywood's top box-office draw in the late s to early s.

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