History Trivia / ByeByeBirdie

6th Feb '18 6:55:48 PM gurkle2
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* ReleaseDateChange: NBC pushed back the premiere of their live version from December 2017, to December 2018, due to scheduling conflicts with Music/JenniferLopez's other shows and performances.

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* ReleaseDateChange: NBC pushed back the premiere of their live version from December 2017, to December 2018, due to scheduling conflicts with Music/JenniferLopez's other shows and performances.performances.
* ThrowItIn: According to Charles Strouse's autobiography, Paul Lynde ad-libbed "Ed, I love you!" during rehearsals of "Hymn For a Sunday Evening," and it made the creative team laugh so much that they put it in the show.
11th Oct '17 2:46:21 AM jormis29
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* FakeNationality: Neither the 1963 movie nor the 1995 TV special feature an actual Hispanic actress as Rosie, instead respectively featuring Janet Leigh[[note]]who at least didn't have to sing, "Spanish Rose"[[/note]] and Vanessa Williams in the role.

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* FakeNationality: Neither the 1963 movie nor the 1995 TV special feature an actual Hispanic actress as Rosie, instead respectively featuring Janet Leigh[[note]]who Creator/JanetLeigh[[note]]who at least didn't have to sing, "Spanish Rose"[[/note]] and Vanessa Williams in the role.
25th May '17 7:50:06 PM dsneybuf
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* ProductionPosse: NBC's production re-reunites producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron with teleplay author Harvey Fierstein, all three of whom previously adapted ''Theatre/TheWiz'' and ''Theatre/{{Hairspray}}'' for the network.

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* ProductionPosse: NBC's production re-reunites producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron with teleplay author Harvey Fierstein, all three of whom previously adapted ''Theatre/TheWiz'' and ''Theatre/{{Hairspray}}'' for the network.network.
* ReleaseDateChange: NBC pushed back the premiere of their live version from December 2017, to December 2018, due to scheduling conflicts with Music/JenniferLopez's other shows and performances.
13th Dec '16 10:11:47 AM dsneybuf
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* CutSong: Five songs and two dance sequences from the play didn't make it into the movie, which rearranged some events, and changed some backstories and motivations.

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* CutSong: Five songs and two dance sequences from the play didn't make it into the movie, which rearranged some events, and changed some backstories and motivations.because of the script's retool.
12th Dec '16 10:10:45 PM dsneybuf
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* CreatorBacklash: Creator/DickVanDyke doesn't think highly of the movie version, because of the script becoming dramatically {{Retool}}ed to make Ann-Margaret the indisputable star.



* OldShame: Creator/DickVanDyke doesn't remember the movie version fondly, because of the script becoming dramatically {{Retool}}ed to make Ann-Margaret the indisputable star.
2nd Nov '16 9:46:08 AM dsneybuf
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* OldShame: Creator/DickVanDyke doesn't remember the movie version fondly, because of the script becoming dramatically {{Retool}}ed to make Ann-Margaret the indisputable star.
2nd Nov '16 9:37:07 AM dsneybuf
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* CutSong: At least seven songs from the play didn't make it into the movie, which rearranged some events, and changed some backstories and motivations.

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* CutSong: At least seven Five songs and two dance sequences from the play didn't make it into the movie, which rearranged some events, and changed some backstories and motivations.
2nd Nov '16 9:34:29 AM dsneybuf
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* DawsonCasting: Many versions cast actresses in their [=20s=] as Kim.
1st Nov '16 8:59:21 PM dsneybuf
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* CutSong: At least seven songs from the play didn't make it into the movie, which rearranged some events, and changed some backstories and motivations.
1st Nov '16 8:51:35 PM dsneybuf
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* FakeNationality: Neither the 1963 movie nor the 1995 TV special feature an actual Hispanic actress as the "Spanish Rose", instead respectively featuring Janet Leigh[[note]]who at least didn't have to sing, "Spanish Rose"[[/note]] and Vanessa Williams in the role.

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* FakeNationality: Neither the 1963 movie nor the 1995 TV special feature an actual Hispanic actress as the "Spanish Rose", Rosie, instead respectively featuring Janet Leigh[[note]]who at least didn't have to sing, "Spanish Rose"[[/note]] and Vanessa Williams in the role.
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