History Theatre / ByeByeBirdie

29th Apr '16 6:48:01 PM Schroeder1174
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Conrad Birdie is defitiely ''not'' Music/ElvisPresley. [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial No siree]].

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Conrad Birdie is defitiely definitely ''not'' Music/ElvisPresley. [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial No siree]].
25th Apr '16 5:24:19 PM TheMorlock
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* BrownNote: The presence, or even the mere thought, of Conrad Birdie has some pretty... interesting effects on nearby fangirls, including spontaneous screaming, uncontrollable gyrating, twitching, and unconsciousness. It's even implied that the military wants to weaponize him in this way.
4th Oct '15 8:31:30 PM TheMorlock
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* LingerieScene: Rosie gets two. One in a bra, and another in a very skimpy nightie.

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* LingerieScene: Rosie gets two.two in the film. One in a bra, and another in a very skimpy nightie.
4th Oct '15 8:30:49 PM TheMorlock
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* LingerieScene: Rosie gets two. One in a bra, and another in a very skimpy nightie.
4th Oct '15 7:30:17 PM TheMorlock
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* {{Anticlimax}}: [[spoiler:The kiss between Kim and Conrad in the movie. It's been built up to for the whole film, but just when it's about to happen, Hugo punches Conrad in the jaw ''on live television'' and he is never seen again]]
4th Oct '15 7:22:56 PM TheMorlock
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* BearYourMidriff: Kim dons a spectacular ruffled crop top in the movie.

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* BearYourMidriff: BareYourMidriff: Kim dons a spectacular ruffled crop top in the movie.
4th Oct '15 7:18:27 PM TheMorlock
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* BearYourMidriff: Kim dons a spectacular ruffled crop top in the movie.


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* MsFanservice: Kim and Rosie in the movie.


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* SpicyLatina: Rosie.
10th Jul '14 7:49:06 AM Mdumas43073
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''Bye Bye Birdie'' was most successfully adapted as a 1963 film starring Dick Van Dyke as Albert (reprising his original Broadway role), Janet Leigh as Rosie, and Ann-Margret as Kim. A TV movie version was made in 1995 with Jason Alexander as Albert, Vanessa Williams as Rosie, and Chynna Phillips as Kim.

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''Bye Bye Birdie'' was most successfully adapted as a 1963 film starring Dick Van Dyke Creator/DickVanDyke as Albert (reprising his original Broadway role), Janet Leigh as Rosie, and Ann-Margret as Kim. A TV movie version was made in 1995 with Jason Alexander as Albert, Vanessa Williams as Rosie, and Chynna Phillips as Kim.
10th Jul '14 7:48:20 AM Mdumas43073
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''Bye Bye Birdie'' is a 1960 comedy musical inspired by the hoopla that surrounded Elvis Presley's induction into the U.S. Army. The story concerns Albert Peterson, a neurotic wannabe academic who is working as an agent for rock sensation (and troublemaker) Conrad Birdie in order to pay off his debts and return to college, and the scheme he cooks up with his secretary, Rosie Alvarez, to make a killing when Conrad is drafted into the army. Since this means he'll likely be "out of action" for at least two years, which--as we all know--might as well be forever in the entertainment business, Albert needs to cash in big and cash in now.

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''Bye Bye Birdie'' is a 1960 comedy musical inspired by the hoopla that surrounded Elvis Presley's Music/ElvisPresley's induction into the U.S. Army. The story concerns Albert Peterson, a neurotic wannabe academic who is working as an agent for rock sensation (and troublemaker) Conrad Birdie in order to pay off his debts and return to college, and the scheme he cooks up with his secretary, Rosie Alvarez, to make a killing when Conrad is drafted into the army. Since this means he'll likely be "out of action" for at least two years, which--as we all know--might as well be forever in the entertainment business, Albert needs to cash in big and cash in now.
10th Jul '14 7:47:49 AM Mdumas43073
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''Bye Bye Birdie'' is a comedy musical inspired by the hoopla that surrounded Elvis Presley's induction into the U.S. Army. The story concerns Albert Peterson, a neurotic wannabe academic who is working as an agent for rock sensation (and troublemaker) Conrad Birdie in order to pay off his debts and return to college, and the scheme he cooks up with his secretary, Rosie Alvarez, to make a killing when Conrad is drafted into the army. Since this means he'll likely be "out of action" for at least two years, which--as we all know--might as well be forever in the entertainment business, Albert needs to cash in big and cash in now.

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''Bye Bye Birdie'' is a 1960 comedy musical inspired by the hoopla that surrounded Elvis Presley's induction into the U.S. Army. The story concerns Albert Peterson, a neurotic wannabe academic who is working as an agent for rock sensation (and troublemaker) Conrad Birdie in order to pay off his debts and return to college, and the scheme he cooks up with his secretary, Rosie Alvarez, to make a killing when Conrad is drafted into the army. Since this means he'll likely be "out of action" for at least two years, which--as we all know--might as well be forever in the entertainment business, Albert needs to cash in big and cash in now.



First produced on Broadway in 1960, ''Bye Bye Birdie'' was most successfully adapted as a 1963 film starring Dick Van Dyke as Albert (reprising his stage role), Janet Leigh as Rosie, and Ann-Margret as Kim. A TV movie version was made in 1995 with Jason Alexander as Albert, Vanessa Williams as Rosie, and Chynna Phillips as Kim.

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First produced on Broadway in 1960, ''Bye Bye Birdie'' was most successfully adapted as a 1963 film starring Dick Van Dyke as Albert (reprising his stage original Broadway role), Janet Leigh as Rosie, and Ann-Margret as Kim. A TV movie version was made in 1995 with Jason Alexander as Albert, Vanessa Williams as Rosie, and Chynna Phillips as Kim.
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