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Carol Channing & Pearl Bailey: On Broadway (1969)
Starring: Pearl Bailey, Carol Channing
Director: Clark Jones
Category: Music, Special Interest
Studio: Image Ent.
54 mins



A Once In A Lifetime Live Concert

Carol Channing starred in the original cast of "Hello, Dolly!" opening at the St. James Theatre on January 16, 1964.A few years later, Pearl Bailey played Dolly on that same stage and brought her own magical personality to the role.On March 16, 1969, ABC-TV aired a one-time-only concert at the Winter Garden Theatre on Broadway by these two very special stars.

In a memorable medley of great showstoppers that were originally written for men, Carol gets to perform "If I Were A Rich Man" as Tevye, and Pearl sings "76 Trombones" as "The Music Man."They team up for "The Oldest Established (Permanent Floating Crap Game in New York)" from "Guys And Dolls" and "There Is Nothing Like A Dame" from "South Pacific."The show builds to a grand "Hello, Dolly!" finale.