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Eulogy: DAVID MERRICK

DAVID MERRICK--the Ziegfeld of the '60s, the Abominable Showman (a description he adored), a boss who scared the pants off this young man whom he had just hired...

THEATER: Looking Amazingly Swell

When the announcement came early this year that Carol Channing would take to the road in a 30th anniversary tour of Hello, Dolly!, two questions sprang to mind:...

People: Dec. 22, 1986

Opening in Dallas to bad reviews is hardly what most theatrical producers would consider an auspicious beginning. But it turned out to be just that in the case...

The Theater: Siren on the Rocks

LORELEI Music by JULE STYNE Lyrics by LEO ROBIN, BETTY COMDEN and ADOLPH GREEN Twenty-five years ago, Carol Channing first enchanted Broadway as Lorelei Lee,...

People, Nov. 3, 1980

Who's for Whom CARTER Carol Channing, actress: "We can't have a President who just acts like a President. I'm campaigning to save America from a Hollywood...

Nation: Operation Big Daddy

The first White House dinner of the 1967 social season was an old-fashioned love feast, and the hyperbole was as calorie-laden as the chocolate souffle. Noting...

Theater: New Revue on Broadway

Show Girl (music, lyrics and sketches by Charles Gaynor; additional sketches by Ernest Chambers) is mostly Carol Channing, a real win-place-and-show girl with...

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