Bette Midler Will Return to Broadway in Hello, Dolly! #PinoftheDay

Bette Midler Will Return to Broadway in Hello, Dolly! Revival

Hello Dolly - Carol Channing - Tovah Feldshuh - Theater - New York ...

Hello Dolly - Carol Channing - Tovah Feldshuh - Theater

Hello, Dolly! (1969) Composer Jerry Herman's Tony Award-winning Broadway musical was adapted for the big screen in an outsize production featuring Barbra Streisand as matchmaker Dolly Levi, a role originated on stage by a much-older Carol Channing. When wealthy merchant Horace Vandergelder (Walter Matthau) hires Dolly to find a mate for him, she decides to win him over for herself. Songs include "Before the Parade Passes By" and the glorious title tune.

Hello, Dolly! (1969) Composer Jerry Herman's Tony Award-winning Broadway musical was adapted for the big screen in an outsize production featuring Barbra Streisand as matchmaker Dolly Levi, a role originated on stage by a much-older Carol Channing. When wealthy merchant Horace Vandergelder (Walter Matthau) hires Dolly to find a mate for him, she decides to win him over for herself. Songs include "Before the Parade Passes By" and the glorious title tune.

In 1967, Pearl Bailey & Cab Calloway headlined an all-black cast version of Hello, Dolly! The touring version was so successful, producer David Merrick took it to Broadway where it played to sold-out houses and revitalized the long running musical. Bailey was given a special Tony Award for her role and RCA made a second original cast album.

In 1967, Pearl Bailey & Cab Calloway headlined an all-black cast version of Hello, Dolly! The touring version was so successful, producer David Merrick took it to Broadway where it played to sold-out houses and revitalized the long running musical. Bailey was given a special Tony Award for her role and RCA made a second original cast album.

Hello, Dolly! 1969. Directed by Gene Kelly, fashion from the 1890s, oh and Babs! This is a movie I could not only sing every line, but i probably know every spoken line too...to a pathetic extent. Don't care though...LOVE!

Hello, Dolly! 1969. Directed by Gene Kelly, fashion from the 1890s, oh and Babs! This is a movie I could not only sing every line, but i probably know every spoken line too...to a pathetic extent. Don't care though...LOVE!

I just love Everything that is said in that whole musical! But especially what Mr. Vandergelder says! He's amazing with words! =)

I just love Everything that is said in that whole musical! But especially what Mr. Vandergelder says! He's amazing with words! =)

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