MUNY production starring the incredible Beth Leavel
Marilia Pera, who starred in the 2013 Revival in Rio and São Paulo, Brazil
Joan Brickhill “Hello, Dolly”, South Africa, 1981
Lionel Hampton, Hello, Dolly!
RARE “Hello Dolly” Screen Tests
Hello, Dolly! – Music Circus – June 28 – July 3 – Sizzle Reel
Dolly Parton – Hello Dolly on The Dolly Show
The Hebrew Company of Hello, Dolly! So Long, Dearie – Marilyn Maye Hello Dolly, Barbara Ferun Theater Talk: Hello, Dolly! 50th Anniversary Taped: 01-17-14 Celebrating the 50th anniversary of “Hello, Dolly!,” the smash musical by Jerry Herman and Michael Stewart. Joining Theater Talk to share insider stories about the making of the show are Sondra Lee who played “Minnie Fay” in the original cast, Lee Roy Reams who played “Cornelius Hackl” (in the 1978 & 1995 Broadway revivals, directing the 1995 revival as well), plus legendary dancer Marge Champion who assisted her late then-husband director/choreographer Gower Champion while he created this hit. Theater Talk: Hello, Dolly! 50th Anniversary Taped: 01-17-14 Carole Cook Christmas 2012 Hello Dolly performance at the 2014 PPAS Gala Jerry Herman on Hello, Dolly! Charles Fornara: Conductor / Music Director “Hello, Dolly!” Charles Fornara rehearses the orchestra for The Naples Players production of “Hello, Dolly!” in the Spring of 2012. The pit is comprised entirely of paid professional musicians, unlike TNP’s all volunteer casts of actors and crew. “Hello, Dolly!” Runs February 29 – March 31 at The Naples Players. www.facebook.com/naplesplayers www.twitter.com/naplesplayers ALL 5 WEEKS OF THE PRODUCTION ARE COMPLETELY SOLD OUT. ONE NIGHT ONLY! Cast sings “Hello, Dolly!” Michael Childers’ ONE NGHT ONLY cast sings “Hello, Dolly” to their special guest, Carol Channing. Courtesy of trickdogfilms.com (trick dog films makes no claim to any rights of publishing.) Frank Sinatra and The Count Basie Orchestra From a one-time-only APLA benefit Carol Channing Deserves the 2013 Kennedy Center Honor! Ethel Merman “Hello, Dolly” Title Song Live Jerry Herman Edited/Remastered Marilyn Maye Hello Dolly Wall-E Put On Your Sunday Clothes Ford’s Theatre “Hello, Dolly!” Trailer Shirley Booth, The Matchmaker, Trailer Barbra Streisand – Hello Dolly Medley, OACD, Live at International Hotel, Las Vegas, 1969 It’s wonderful to see more and more rare footage of Barbra’s early performances being shared by generous fans around the globe. Here’s a youthful and energetic BJS performing songs from her latest motion pictures in 1969. Matt Howe’s Barbra Archives has more info on this gig: http://barbra-archives.com/live/60s/international_hotel_streisand.html Hello Dolly Carol Channing at the White House for President Lyndon Johnson Ribbons Down My Back – Emily Yancy, Jack Crowder and Company Jack Crowder, later known as Thalmus Rasulala, and Incredible Pearl Bailey meet beautiful Emily Yancy on Broadway. What a production! All of the above, and 2 future knockouts: Morgan Freeman, and Clifton Davis as “Dancing Waiters!” What a “Hello Dolly! show. Vito And The Salutations Hello Dolly 1966 Carol Channing Interview 1994 Hello, Dolly tour Jo Anne Worley’s Screen test as Gussie Granger for the film Hello, Dolly! Fireside Theater Promo Before The Parade Passes By 1994. Betty White Surprises Morgan Freeman at the 39th AFI Life Achievement In this hilarious clip from the 39th AFI Life Achievement Award show honoring Morgan Freeman, Betty White performs a great song and dance tribute. Connect with AFI: http://www.facebook.com/AFIFEST http://www.facebook.com/AmericanFilmInstitute http://www.facebook.com/AFIConservatory Liza Minnelli and Judy Garland – Hello Dolly (live) Josephine Baker Olympia 1968 Hello Dolly Great part of this revue here with ballet and public interaction Hello Dolly! The Matchmaker, Original Trailer Matt Bomer and Kelli O’Hara singing “It Only Takes a Moment” Matt Bomer & Kelli O’Hara singing “It Only Takes a Moment” Carol Channing in a performance of ‘Before the Parade Passes By’ at the Tony Awards. Carol Channing performs for Her Majesty The Queen at the 1979 Royal Variety Performance, held at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London. Louis Armstrong – Hello, Dolly! Harry Connick Jr – Hello Dolly HELLO DOLLY! trailer Hello Dolly – Put on your Sunday Clothes (Film) Louis Armstrong and Barbra Streisand – Hello Dolly Mary Martin in Hello Dolly from Vietnam This is a 1965television special with Mary Martin as she toured Hello. Dolly! to Japan, Vietnam and London. This is the final 6 minutes of the show and it is quite moving as she sings the title tune of this great musical with special lyrics for the soldiers. Hello, Dolly! Brazilian – Overture Overture as heard in the German production of Hello, Dolly! Hello, Dolly! German – Elegance I Put My Hand In Here Hello, Dolly! Mary Ellen Ashley Jack Benny, Carol Channing and Pearl Bailey in a HELLO DOLLY Happening! Jack Benny presents Carol Channing with a special award. “Hello Dolly” company sings Put on Your Sunday Clothes. Pearl Bailey sings So Long Dearie and receives an award. 1968 Betty Grable Hello Dolly Ethel Merman “World Take Me Back” Live “Hello, Dolly” Jerry Herman Remaster This is Ethel Merman singing “World Take Me Back” live, cleaned and edited from two performances for best sound when she played it on Broadway. “World” was one of two songs that Jerry Herman wrote for her and cut when she refused the part originally. Putting them back in was part of the deal of her taking over the show, the only time she did that in her career. She did record both, but in mono with nothing but piano accompaniment and hearing the full orchestra is really something. There is likely never going to be any issue of her performance, which apparently only exists in audience recordings and maybe one stage recording that was badly marred by the ramp used (off mike as it were). Danny La Rue -Live at Her Majesty’s. 18/03/1984 Hello, Lucy! Mary Martin “Hello, Dolly” in Japanese Live Tokyo Remastered Jerry Herman Mary Martin sings “Hello Dolly” in Japanese after a performance of the work in Tokyo. Known for the extensive tour she did including Alaska, Vietnam and Japan. From a recording of the night’s songs, including a very good orchestra giving the score good measure. Remastered and cleaned by Tormented Artist Ink Studios