The "Li'l Abner" Cast - Fo Chillun FLAC album
Genre: Stage and Screen
Title: Fo Chillun
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Album · 1997 · 20 Songs. Overture (Mono Mix) (Bonus Track). Li'l Abner Orchestra & Lehman Engel. 20 Songs, 1 Hour 11 Minutes. Released: 29 Jul 1997. Originally released 1956 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (P) 2002 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT.
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Stubby Kaye and Li'l Abner Cast and Chorus Nick da Cruz & xora Intimate Voices, Shaun Escoffery Intimate Voices Jimmie MacGregor Robin Hall and Jimmie MacGregor SHAME YOURSELF Tarmo & Lexa Carter . Trioviool 3. 2 SumeRR Banda Española Fiesta Adam Colton Teresa Colton Carnaval en Brasil Escola do Samba Don Fe Jahsmin Daley Injham Dan Imperial Crucial Steve Mastermind XS earlyW~.
Li'l Abner became embroiled in many globetrotting adventures with the ruthless, reactionary billionaire over the years. Those Slobbovians have done me out of a hundred thousand dollars!" he once exclaimed, after falling victim to a fraud. Rounding out the cast were soap opera star Laurette Fillbrandt as Daisy Mae, Hazel Dopheide as Mammy Yokum, and Clarence Hartzell (who was also a prominent actor on Vic and Sade) as Pappy. Durwood Kirby was the announcer. The radio show was not written by Al Capp - but by Charles Gussman. Selections from the Li'l Abner musical score have been recorded by everyone from Percy Faith and Mario Lanza to André Previn and Shelly Manne.
Directed by. Melvin Frank. Li'l Abner is a 1959 musical film based on the comic strip of the same name created by Al Capp and the successful Broadway musical of the same name that opened in 1956. The movie was produced by Norman Panama and directed by Melvin Frank (co-writers of the Broadway production). It was the second film to be based on the comic strip, the first being RKO's 1940 film, Li'l Abner.
Li'l Abner is a satirical American comic strip that appeared in many newspapers in the United States, Canada and Europe, featuring a fictional clan of hillbillies in the impoverished mountain village of Dogpatch, USA. Written and drawn by Al Capp (1909–1979), the strip ran for 43 years, from August 13, 1934 through November 13, 1977. It was distributed by United Feature Syndicate. Comic strips typically dealt with northern urban experiences before Capp introduced Li'l Abner, the first strip based in the South.
|A1||Nuffin's Any Diff'runt In Dogpatch|
|A2||Honest Abe's Solid Gold Toof|
|A3a||Kickapoo Joy Juice Cha Cha Cha|
|A3b||Lonesome Polecat Cha Cha Cha|
|B1||Joe B T F S P L K|
|B2||Li'l Abner's Wonder Song|
|B3||Daisy Mae's Lullabye|
|B4||The Dogpatch Polka|