SEARCHSQL
SURROUNDSQL
RESULTSSURROUNDDUMP
ALLRESULTSDUMP
RESULTSDUMP
 
Eileen Darby Images, Inc. Logo
 
 
 Search Results: Ethel Merman   
 
   showing results
   1 - 7 of 7
titles    
on off 
images  
on off 
sort by  
title date 
results per page        
10  25  50  75  100 

Eileen Darby Photo Assignments

Something For The Boys December 17, 1942
A musical comedy starring Ethel Merman with Allen Jenkins and Paula Laurence. Produced by Mike Todd, written by Herbert Fields and Dorothy Fields, with music and lyrics by Cole Porter. The show featured choreography by Jack Cole and was his first Broadway musical. Three distant cousins inherit a Texas mansion located near an Army base and become involved in military and romantic maneuvers.
images available upon request
Sadie Thompson September 21, 1944
A musical version of W. Somerset Maugham's "Rain," in which the title character was originally offered to Ethel Merman, who turned it down, and was replaced by June Havoc. The production was directed by Rouben Mamoulian, whose previous Broadway show was Oklahoma!.
images available upon request
Sadie Thompson circa 1944
A musical version of W. Somerset Maugham's "Rain," in which the title character was originally offered to Ethel Merman, who turned it down, and was replaced by June Havoc. The production was directed by Rouben Mamoulian, whose previous Broadway show was Oklahoma!.
images available upon request
Annie Get Your Gun May 1946
Ethel Merman stars as Annie Oakley and Ray Middleton as Frank Butler in the Broadway classic with music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Set Design by Jo Mielziner and Produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.
18 images »
Call Me Madam September 8, 1950
The rehearsal for the Broadway hit comedy with dances by Jerome Robbins, Directed by George Abbott, and with music by Irving Berlin. The show starred Ethel Merman in the lead role of Ms. Sally Adams, the U.S. Ambassador to Lichtenburg, who upon her arrival immediately falls for Lichtenburger Cosmo Constantine. The show was later made into a film, also starring Ethel Merman.
16 images »
Annie Get Your Gun date unknown
Ethel Merman, Irving Berlin, Richard Rodgers are shown in these images from the rehearsal for Annie Get Your Gun.
6 images »
Annie Get Your Gun date unknown
Ethel Merman stars in the Irving Berlin musical about sharpshooter Annie Oakley, produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.
2 images »