Miss Liberty : original Broadway cast / lyrics and music by Irving Berlin ; book by Robert E. Sherwood
- Overture -- What do I have to do to get my picture took? -- The most expensive statue in the world -- A little fish in a big pond -- Let's take an old-fashioned walk -- Homework -- Paris wakes up and smiles -- Only for Americans -- Just one way to say I love you -- You can have him -- The policemen's ball -- Falling out of love can be fun -- "Give me your tired, your poor."
- Originally released in 1949, as Columbia: ML 4220.
"Miss Liberty is about a French girl, believed to be the model for the Statue of Liberty, who finds herself involved in a circulation war between rival New York newspaper publishers in 1885"--Insert.
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- Participant/Performer Note:
- Eddie Albert, Allyn McLerie, and Mary McCarty, vocals ; with supporting cast ; orchestra ; Jay Blackton, conductor.
- Data/Place of Event:
- Recorded July 21-22, 1949, at CBS 30th Street Studio, New York City.
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