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Two other performances don't have quite the sizzle they could have. Julie Andrews performs three songs from her Lerner & Loewe canon (My Fair Lady's "Wouldn't It Be Loverly" and "I Could Have Danced All Night" and the title song from Camelot), but they're not vintage; they're from the 1991 awards. (The cover art showing a young Andrews is thus misleading.) Ethel Merman also performs a medley of three touchstone songs (Girl Crazy's "I Got Rhythm," Call Me Madam's "You're Just in Love," and Gypsy's "Everything's Coming Up Roses"), but in 1978, almost two decades after her last great role in Gypsy. But any Merman footage is rare, and this was before Andrews's infamous vocal troubles, so it's still enjoyable, even stirring, to see these distinctive and distinguished artists. Really, any disappointment with the Broadway's Lost Treasures series is only quibbling, as fans are lucky to have this footage available at all. --David Horiuchi
Awesome chance to see some wonderful excerpts from Broadway shows. I loved every moment.Published 11 months ago by couchpoato
Broasway's Lost Treasures III-The Best Of The Tony Awards is judt that. Seeing wonderful talent like Julie Andrews, Ruth Brown, Ethel Merman dueting with Larry Blyden, Jonathan... Read morePublished 11 months ago by K. Nolting
Great show, get all the disks and do a marathon!
It is not a history. It is not a documentry. It is the best of the best. You get to see performances from the Tony awards. Read more
It's a WONDERFUL look back at THE FABULOUS INVALID that will LIVE FOREVER...Please keep FINDING The LOST Treasures. ..
Could we have MORE, PLEASE ???!!!
Even if you don't have volumes one and two (and why don't you?), you can redeem yourself as a lover of American musical theater by beginning your collection with this third volume... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Norman A. Kelley
enjoyed seeing old clips of tony awards that we never got to see in Australia. was great to see stars that we never got to see in this country.Published on June 14, 2013 by bryson camage