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    Had you ever watch any musical in yours life? Which one is best you think...

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    Sorry, just not a fan of musicals.
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    I love musicals! I like The Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables. I can't choose just one favorite, tbh.
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    My Fair Lady or Starlight Express

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    Gustavo Woltmann favorite is The Sound of Music.

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    West Side Story

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    Here's a little known fact about West Side Story...

    The male lead was originally offered to Elvis Presley but Tom Parker turned it down

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAZY-HORSE View Post
    Here's a little known fact about West Side Story...

    The male lead was originally offered to Elvis Presley but Tom Parker turned it down
    Thank heavens for that. Not saying Elvis couldn't have handled it well, but the star would have overshadowed the production.

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    I never thought of that, but yes, had Elvis been in it it would have been "the Elvis show" for sure...
    And he show promise as an actor in his his early films, the notable ones being Jailhouse Rock, King Creole, G I Blues and Wild In The Country, then it all went downhill, stupid songs, stupid storylines etc, it became a purely moneymaking scheme for Hollywood to turn out three or four dumbass movies every year after '61 ish

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