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Call Me Madam Edit

Stage Musical (1950), Film Musical (1953).
Music and Lyrics: Irving Berlin. Book: Russel Crouse and Howard Lindsay.

SynopsisEdit

Satire on politics and foreign affairs, the musical, revolves around a well-meaning but ill-informed Washington hostess, Sally Adams, who is made ambassador to a fictional country, Lichtenberg. She falls in love with their suave foreign minister, Cosmo Constantine, who does not want his country Americanized, whereas his political opponents want to get aid from the USA.

LinksEdit

Broadway Musical
Musical Heaven

BiographyEdit

Irving Berlin

Stage ReviewsEdit

New York Times 1995 Review
Talkin' Broadway Los Angeles Review

Movie ReviewsEdit

New York Times 1953 Movie Review
DVD Verdict Review
Variety Movie Review

VideosEdit

Original Broadway Production 1950
Ruthie Henshall video

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