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Hooray for Hollywood


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A celebration of 50 years of film musicals.
19: Oh What a Beautiful Morning
' Larry Hart was slipping fast. I had responsibilities, and much as I regretted it I couldn't stop because Larry couldn't be worked with. I had faith in Oscar. I asked Oscar to collaborate with me and we agreed that if Larry couldn't work, Oscar and I would work together.' (RICHARD RODGERS) Douglas Fairbanks Jr introduces the first of two programmes on the highly successful songwriting partnership of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Also taking part: KEN DARBY
Written by BENNY GREEN


Unknown: Larry Hart
Unknown: Richard Rodgers
Unknown: Oscar Hammerstein Ii.
Unknown: Ken Darby
Unknown: Gordon MacRae
Unknown: Richard Rodgers
Written By: Benny Green

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