History Theatre / AnnieGetYourGun

1st Aug '16 2:14:49 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* AnythingYouCanDoICanDoBetter: Annie and Frank, leading to the [[TropeNamer song of the same name]].
* ArgumentOfContradictions: "Anything You Can Do" is basically this trope in musical form.
* BetaCouple: Tommy Keeler and Winnie Tate, who are written out of most productions.

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* AnythingYouCanDoICanDoBetter: Annie and Frank, leading to Frank argue over who is the [[TropeNamer song of better shot, the same name]].
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better singer, best knitter etc.
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ArgumentOfContradictions: "Anything You Can Do" is basically this trope in musical form.
* %%* BetaCouple: Tommy Keeler and Winnie Tate, who are written out of most productions.



* CallAndResponseSong: "Anything You Can Do."
* CounterpointDuet: "An Old-Fashioned Wedding"
* TheElevenOClockNumber: "Anything You Can Do."
* IAmSong: "Doin' What Comes Naturally."

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* %%* CallAndResponseSong: "Anything You Can Do."
* %%* CounterpointDuet: "An Old-Fashioned Wedding"
* %%* TheElevenOClockNumber: "Anything You Can Do."
* %%* IAmSong: "Doin' What Comes Naturally."



* MenActWomenAre: Inverted for most of the musical. But the reason she gets the guy is because she holds back on her competition [[spoiler: (courtesy of a rigged gun)]].

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* MenActWomenAre: Inverted for most of the musical. But musical, where Anne is doing all the acting and Frank is not. The reason she gets the guy is because she holds back on her competition [[spoiler: (courtesy of a rigged gun)]].



* SlapSlapKiss
* SweaterGirl: At least a reference to it.

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* %%* SlapSlapKiss
* SweaterGirl: At least a reference to it.%%* SweaterGirl:



* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory
* YouNoTakeCandle: The Sioux Indians.

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* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory
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VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: Annie and Frank were real life show shoters and they got married but much of this story is fabricated.
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YouNoTakeCandle: The Sioux Indians.
30th Apr '16 2:24:34 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* BetaCouple: Tommy Keeler and Winnie Tate, who are written out of most productions these days.

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* BetaCouple: Tommy Keeler and Winnie Tate, who are written out of most productions these days.productions.



* SheCleansUpNicely: Annie, ''and how.''

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* SheCleansUpNicely: Annie, ''and how.''Annie puts on a formal gown for the reception before the merger and Frank takes it as a sign that she's becoming a lady.
19th Jul '15 11:40:43 PM demonfiren
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* IncrediblyLongNote: "Anything You Can Do" - specifically, "Any note you can hold, I can hold longer." [[spoiler:She can.]]
19th Jul '15 11:37:53 PM demonfiren
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-->--'''Annie Oakley''', in '''Doin What Comes Naturally'''.

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-->--'''Annie Oakley''', in '''Doin '''Doin' What Comes Naturally'''.
11th May '15 11:35:45 PM LordSeth
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* ArgumentOfContradictions: "Anything You Can Do" is basically this trope in musical form.
17th Oct '14 1:26:13 PM IlGreven
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* AnythingYouCanDoICanDoBetter: Annie and Frank, leading to the song of the same name.

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* AnythingYouCanDoICanDoBetter: Annie and Frank, leading to the [[TropeNamer song of the same name.name]].


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* CallAndResponseSong: "Anything You Can Do."
5th Aug '14 11:45:44 PM Anicomicgeek
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* [[IAmSong "I Am" Song]]: "Doin' What Comes Naturally."

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* [[IAmSong "I Am" Song]]: IAmSong: "Doin' What Comes Naturally."



* TheOtherMarty: The film version has two cases. Frank Morgan and JudyGarland were initially cast as Buffalo Bill and Annie, respectively; but when he died, and she had to bow out, Louis Calhern and Betty Hutton took over.
17th Mar '13 11:09:24 AM MarkLungo
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->''"There's no business like show business
->like no business I know"''

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->''"There's no business like show business
->like
business''
->''like
no business I know"''
17th Mar '13 11:09:11 AM MarkLungo
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->Folks are dumb where I come from,
->They ain't had any learning.
->Still they're happy as can be
->Doin' what comes naturally (doin' what comes naturally).

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->Folks ->''"Folks are dumb where I come from,
->They
from,''
->''They
ain't had any learning.
->Still
learning.''
->''Still
they're happy as can be
->Doin'
be''
->''Doin'
what comes naturally (doin' what comes naturally)."''



->There's no business like show business
->like no business I know

A 1946 musical developed by IrvingBerlin and siblings Herbert and Dorothy Fields. EthelMerman originated the title role, and sang many a classic standard, including "There's no business like show business." A film version was released in 1950. The musical has been revived several times since on Broadway, most recently starring SusanLucci.

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->There's ->''"There's no business like show business
->like no business I know

know"''

A 1946 musical developed by IrvingBerlin and siblings Herbert and Dorothy Fields. EthelMerman Creator/EthelMerman originated the title role, and sang many a classic standard, including "There's no business like show business." A film version was released in 1950. The musical has been revived several times since on Broadway, most recently starring SusanLucci.
28th Jan '13 3:04:32 PM specialsam110
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* TermsOfEndangerment: Pawnee Bill and Buffalo Bill refer to each other, respectively, as "you big bandit" and "you old pirate". They may or may not mean this lovingly.
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