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I also trade as manicpuzzler :)

Hi Folks, I hope you are enjoying my puzzling theme for you.

PLEASE DO *NOT* REVEAL THE ANSWERS SO THAT OTHERS CAN PLAY - MUCH APPRECIATED

I will post the answers this time tomorrow.

Ok here goes .......

The song Seventy-Six Trombones first appeared in what 1957 musical play?

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manicpuzzler

:)) :))

wjl1015

Anytime Bonnie!! :))

manicpuzzler

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Thank you Joe :)) ♫♫♫♫♫

wjl1015

Got it!! :))

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdd6q0pW4DM

I'm a couple days behind, Bonnie, trying to catch up!! LOL :))

Mariposamia

Point, please.

Surreal_Heidi

Another point for me!

manicpuzzler

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Max_Tooney

:-)

ringleader

You got it, Max. lol

Max_Tooney

Exactly--the total opposite of real life!

manicpuzzler

They just seem to be overly jolly.

Max_Tooney

Musicals are much more impressive in person. Film versions don't quite come off the way they were intended to.

I especially enjoyed 'The Sound of Music' when they had to put the entire country of Austria on stage. It was quite a feat.

Stillmanic

And the answer is................The Music Man

The Music Man is a musical with book, music, and lyrics by Meredith Willson, based on a story by Willson and Franklin Lacey. The plot concerns con man Harold Hill, who poses as a boys' band organizer and leader and sells band instruments and uniforms to naive Midwestern townsfolk, promising to train the members of the new band. Harold is no musician, however, and plans to skip town without giving any music lessons. Prim librarian and piano teacher Marian sees through him, but when Harold helps her younger brother overcome his lisp and social awkwardness, Marian begins to fall in love. Harold risks being caught to win her.
In 1957, the show became a hit on Broadway, winning five Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and running for 1,375 performances. The cast album won the first Grammy Award for Best Musical Theatre Album and spent 245 weeks on the Billboard charts. The show's success led to revivals, including a long-running 2000 Broadway revival, a popular 1962 film adaptation and a 2003 television adaptation. It is frequently produced by both professional and amateur theatre companies.

manicpuzzler

I knew the song, but not the musical. I am not a fan of musicals. The only one I can say I enjoyed was 'Oliver!'

Mariposamia

Please save a point for me.

nanab

Yes and no for this one.

Max_Tooney

In a "real" orchestra, that's about 73 more than you'll EVER see.
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Et tu, Marian?

manicpuzzler

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ringleader

This one I know. My middle name and my profession match one of the characters. Thanks, Bonnie.

manicpuzzler

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Never mind, onwards and upwards :))

Max_Tooney

Got it. Four easy ones in a row, huzzah!

I did not know the answer, but I like the tune.

Spoiler & Tune: https://youtu.be/eBQWsBiM5YY

manicpuzzler

Well done, in advance :))

Surreal_Heidi

Another easy one!!!!

PutterDutt

I KNOW THIS ONE! The first drive in movie I ever saw.

manicpuzzler

LOL Pete :))

It reminded me of this one ……

How do you fix a broken brass instrument? With a tuba glue.:))

I think I may have mentioned this once before that I met a lovely couple named Mr and Mrs Trombone, and they were concerned that their son, Tuba, was having difficulty with his lessons. I suggested they might consider getting him a Tooter.

manicpuzzler

Is a documentary about trombone players a slide show?

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