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* DancePartyEnding: At least in the 1970 filmed version.

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* HeadTurningBeauty: The [[HopsitalHottie nurse]] in the Doctor's Office sketch.

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* HeadTurningBeauty: The [[HopsitalHottie [[HospitalHottie nurse]] in the Doctor's Office sketch.



* MaleFrontalNudity: Oh! So much!

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* HelloNurse: Appropriately enough, the nurse in the Doctor's Office sketch.

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* HelloNurse: Appropriately enough, the nurse HeadTurningBeauty: The [[HopsitalHottie nurse]] in the Doctor's Office sketch.


* LongRunner: ''Oh! Calcutta!'' was the longest-running revue on Broadway, was the longest running revival and is currently the fifth-longest run for any Broadway play. (The sixth-longest runner, ''Theatre/{{Chicago}}'', will pass it sometime in mid-2011 if it doesn't close.)

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* LongRunner: ''Oh! Calcutta!'' was the longest-running revue on Broadway, was the longest running revival and is currently the fifth-longest run for any eighth longest-running play in Broadway play. (The sixth-longest runner, ''Theatre/{{Chicago}}'', will pass it sometime in mid-2011 if it doesn't close.)history.


* SmallReferencePools: There have been other plays with lots of nudity, but with the possible exception of ''{{Hair}}'', this is the most famous (and ''Hair'' doesn't have much nudity in it anyway, just a little bit at the end of Act I).

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* SmallReferencePools: There have been other plays with lots of nudity, but with the possible exception of ''{{Hair}}'', ''Theatre/{{Hair}}'', this is the most famous (and ''Hair'' doesn't have much nudity in it anyway, just a little bit at the end of Act I).


* LoadsAndLoadsOfWriters: Sketches were written by (among others) Music/JohnLennon, Music/SamShepard and [[WaitingForGodot Samuel Beckett]].

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfWriters: Sketches were written by (among others) Music/JohnLennon, Music/SamShepard and [[WaitingForGodot [[Theatre/WaitingForGodot Samuel Beckett]].


* BilingualBonus: The play was named after [[http://garydexter.blogspot.com/2009/12/163-oh-calcutta-by-kenneth-tynan-and.html a painting of the same name]]. It's a French pun meaning (roughly) "Oh, what a lovely ass!"

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* BilingualBonus: The play was named after [[http://garydexter.blogspot.com/2009/12/163-oh-calcutta-by-kenneth-tynan-and.html a painting of the same name]]. It's a French pun meaning (roughly) "Oh, what a lovely ass!"ass you have!"


* LoadsAndLoadsOfWriters: Sketches were written by (among others) JohnLennon, Music/SamShepard and [[WaitingForGodot Samuel Beckett]].

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfWriters: Sketches were written by (among others) JohnLennon, Music/JohnLennon, Music/SamShepard and [[WaitingForGodot Samuel Beckett]].


* DancePartyEnding: Arguable.

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* DancePartyEnding: Arguable.At least in the 1970 filmed version.


* LoadsAndLoadsOfWriters: Sketches were written by (among others) JohnLennon, SamShepard and [[WaitingForGodot Samuel Beckett]].

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfWriters: Sketches were written by (among others) JohnLennon, SamShepard Music/SamShepard and [[WaitingForGodot Samuel Beckett]].


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* HeyItsThatGuy: Bill Macy[[hottip:*:not William H. Macy]] was in the original cast and the video version made for PayPerView in 1971; starting in 1972, he played {{Maude}} Findlay's husband, Walter.


* LongRunner: ''Oh! Calcutta!'' was the longest-running revue on Broadway, was the longest running revival and is currently the fifth-longest run for any Broadway play. (The sixth-longest runner, ''{{Chicago}}'', will pass it sometime in mid-2011 if it doesn't close.)

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* LongRunner: ''Oh! Calcutta!'' was the longest-running revue on Broadway, was the longest running revival and is currently the fifth-longest run for any Broadway play. (The sixth-longest runner, ''{{Chicago}}'', ''Theatre/{{Chicago}}'', will pass it sometime in mid-2011 if it doesn't close.)


''Oh! Calcutta!'' is an infamous play with music (but not a {{Musical}}). It was infamous mostly for the amount of nudity involved, which wasn't equalled in Popular Culture until the birth of what we now know as [[TheInternetIsForPorn the Internet]].

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''Oh! Calcutta!'' is an infamous a play with music (but not a {{Musical}}). It was infamous Famous mostly for the amount of nudity involved, which wasn't equalled in Popular Culture until the birth of what we now know as [[TheInternetIsForPorn play has see several long running revivals on both Broadway and the Internet]].West End.

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