History Theatre / HelloDolly

5th Sep '17 6:13:25 PM dsneybuf
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->'''Dolly Levi:''' Why, Mr. Sullivan, what ever put such a preposterous idea into my head[[VerbalBackspace ...er, your head!]]

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->'''Dolly Levi:''' Why, Mr. Sullivan, what ever put such a preposterous idea into my head[[VerbalBackspace ...head ...er, your head!]]
head!
30th Aug '17 11:40:13 AM wootzits
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* ExtremelyShortTimespan: Not counting the distant epilogue, the story takes place in little more than a day.
25th Jul '17 11:21:27 AM Angeldeb82
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* LastChorusSlowdown: The title song. Twice.

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* LastChorusSlowdown: LastChorusSlowDown: The title song. Twice.
25th Jul '17 11:20:38 AM Angeldeb82
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* {{Long Runner|s}: The original production ran for 2844 performances and was briefly the longest running Broadway musical ever.

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* {{Long Runner|s}: Runner|s}}: The original production ran for 2844 performances and was briefly the longest running Broadway musical ever.
25th Jul '17 11:20:06 AM Angeldeb82
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->'''Dolly Levi:''' Why, Mr. Sullivan, what ever put such a preposterous idea into my head[[Main/VerbalBackspace ...er, your head!]]

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->'''Dolly Levi:''' Why, Mr. Sullivan, what ever put such a preposterous idea into my head[[Main/VerbalBackspace ...head[[VerbalBackspace ...er, your head!]]



* CannotStandThemCannotLiveWithoutThem: Horace.

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* CannotStandThemCannotLiveWithoutThem: CantLiveWithThemCantLiveWithoutThem: Horace.



* LastChorusSlowDown: The title song. Twice.
* LongRunner: The original production ran for 2844 performances and was briefly the longest running Broadway musical ever.

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* LastChorusSlowDown: LastChorusSlowdown: The title song. Twice.
* LongRunner: {{Long Runner|s}: The original production ran for 2844 performances and was briefly the longest running Broadway musical ever.
25th Feb '17 4:15:25 PM nombretomado
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* AmbiguouslyJewish: Dolly Levi is an interesting case, as she is played by Barbra Streisand in the film, and the character in the play is presumably Irish-American (her maiden name is Gallagher) and intermarried, but in both cases speaks with a "Yiddish" rhythm and is a good fit for the stereotypical matchmaker of Jewish humor (compare her with Yente of ''FiddlerOnTheRoof'').

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* AmbiguouslyJewish: Dolly Levi is an interesting case, as she is played by Barbra Streisand in the film, and the character in the play is presumably Irish-American (her maiden name is Gallagher) and intermarried, but in both cases speaks with a "Yiddish" rhythm and is a good fit for the stereotypical matchmaker of Jewish humor (compare her with Yente of ''FiddlerOnTheRoof'').''Theatre/FiddlerOnTheRoof'').
19th Dec '16 10:25:12 PM Give1Take2
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* ControlFreak: Dolly, by her own admission.
* DatingWhatDaddyHates: Horace Vandergelder is a SelfMadeMan who believes the only way to make a living is to "sell things people need," and Ambrose is a painter, something he finds frivolous and useless. Naturally, Ermengarde wants to marry Ambrose.
* {{Determinator}}: Dolly Levi is going to marry Horace Vandergelder and nothing is going to stop her!
* DumbBlonde: In the film, Minnie is portrayed as a blonde to Irene's brunette, and Irene comes across as much more silly and ditzy.


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* GoldDigger: In the film, Irene and Minnie pretend to be this in order to tease Cornelius and Barnaby about pretending to be wealthy. When Cornelius finally fesses up, they admit that they knew all along, and planned to pay for the fancy dinner they weaseled out of them from the start.


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* {{Hypocrite}}: Right after denying his niece the choice to marry who she wants, Horace Vandergelde intends to head into town to propose to a lady of his own choosing.


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* SelfMadeMan: Horace Vandergelder.


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* WidowWoman: Dolly Levi, whose lingering connections, friendships, and independent income from her marriage to her late husband puts her in an interesting place in society.
18th Dec '16 9:13:13 AM bowserbros
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In 1969 it became TheMovie starring Barbra Streisand as Dolly, becoming one of her best-known roles. Modern audiences, however, will probably recognize footage from the movie due to its [[RevivalByCommercialization use]] in the Creator/{{Pixar}} film ''WesternAnimation/WallE''.

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In 1969 it became TheMovie starring Barbra Streisand as Dolly, becoming one of her best-known roles. Modern audiences, however, will probably recognize footage from the movie due to its [[RevivalByCommercialization use]] in the Creator/{{Pixar}} film ''WesternAnimation/WallE''.
''WesternAnimation/WallE''. This movie is notable for being the first major motion picture to see release on the [[UsefulNotes/{{VCR}} VHS]] format.
28th Aug '16 2:43:39 PM RubyVisiblyShaken
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->'''Dolly Levi:''' Why, Mr. Sullivan, what ever put such a preposterous idea into my head? [ [VerbalBackspace...er, your head!] ]

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->'''Dolly Levi:''' Why, Mr. Sullivan, what ever put such a preposterous idea into my head? [ [VerbalBackspace...head[[Main/VerbalBackspace ...er, your head!] ]
head!]]
28th Aug '16 1:28:33 PM RubyVisiblyShaken
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->'''Dolly Levi:''' Why, Mr. Sullivan, what ever put such a preposterous idea into my head? [[VerbalBackspace...er, your head!]]

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->'''Dolly Levi:''' Why, Mr. Sullivan, what ever put such a preposterous idea into my head? [[VerbalBackspace...[ [VerbalBackspace...er, your head!]]
head!] ]
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