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  1. Act 1
  2. Musical Moon   add
  3. Oh, You Wonderful Boy   add
  4. All Aboard For Broadway   add
  5. Musical Comedy Man Video  add
  6. I Was Born in Virginia
  7. Twentieth Century Love Video  add
  8. My Town Video  add
  9. Billie Video  add
  10. Push Me Along In My Push Cart   add
  11. Ring To The Name Of Rose
  12. Popularity
  13. Give My Regards To Broadway
  14. Act 2
  15. Forty-Five Minutes From Broadway
  16. So Long, Mary
  17. Down By The Erie
  18. Mary
  19. All Our Friends Video  add
  20. Yankee Doodle Dandy
  21. Nellie Kelly I Love You
  22. Harrigan
  23. Over There
  24. You're A Grand Old Flag
  25. The City   add
  26. I'd Rather Be Right   add
  27. Dancing Our Worries Away   add
  28. The Great Easter Sunday Parade   add
  29. Hannah's a Hummer   add
  30. Barnum and Bailey Rag   add
  31. The Belle of the Barber's Ball   add
  32. The American Ragtime Video  add
  33. All in the Wearing   add
  34. I Want to Hear a Yankee Doodle Tune   add


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Description



Release date: 1968.
Type: Broadway musical.
George M! is a Broadway musical based on the life of George M. Cohan, the biggest Broadway star of his day who was known as "The Man Who Owned Broadway." The book for the musical was written by Michael Stewart, John Pascal, and Francine Pascal. Music and lyrics were, of course, by George M. Cohan himself, with revisions for the musical by Cohan's daughter, Mary Cohan.
The story covers the period from the late 1880s until 1937 and focuses on Cohan's life and show business career from his early days in vaudeville with his parents and sister to his later success as a Broadway singer, dancer, composer, lyricist, theatre director and producer. The show includes such Cohan hit songs as "Give My Regards To Broadway", "You're A Grand Old Flag", and "Yankee Doodle Dandy."