Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|Yes or No: Do Paul and Lili end up together in the end?||Carnival
yes . After Paul confesses his love for her, Lili realizes he is sincere by remembering the words Carrot Top said were actually Paul's words.
|Whose recurring line is, 'It's no use. I work, I try....Where does it get me'?||Carnival
Schlegel. Schlegel the drunk.
|What is the name of the female puppet?||Carnival
Marguerite. Gladys and Gloria are the Siamese twins.
Paul. He loves her, but she hates him because he is so mean to her.
|What is the name of the red-headed puppet?||Carnival
|What is the first song Lili sings with the puppets?||Carnival
'Love Makes the World Go Round'. They sing it after the puppets convince Lili not to kill herself.
Dr. Glass. She receives a marriage proposal from Dr. Glass, a veteranarian from Zurich, Switzerland.
|What was Lili's first job with the carnival?||Carnival
Card girl. She held up signs for Marco the Magnificent and The Incomparable Rosalie until she was fired for ruining the act.
|Which character was once a famous dancer?||Carnival
Paul. Paul Berthalet was a famous dancer until he was injured. He is now a puppeteer.
|What is the opening number for 'Carnival'?||Carnival
'Direct From Vienna'. It opens with the carnival employees arriving in a new town.
He dies of a heart problem.
Two Victrolas. 'These are for the upstairs bathrooms'.
Silk stockings. She bought them with her own money.
Dog. Dad doesn't like the idea, to say the least.
Joe Scales. Dad embarasses Joe and Anne, and the date doesn't happen!
Frank and Ernestine. Four scenes to be exact!
12. This is a true story, and he really had twelve kids!
|Stone turns down Alaura's proposition for a job because "I've been around the block enough times to already feel myself getting a blackjack facial somewhere down the line, or have somebody use my ribs for a" what?||City of Angels Lyrics
shoe rack. One of the most memorable things about "City of Angels" is the old detective novel style of the dialogue.
in your bed. Mallory shows up naked in Stone's bed and offers to make it worth his while if he doesn't turn her over to her parents.
he's too easily winded. Alaura's husband is confined to an iron lung.
|"Just what you are I'll spell out: you are a novel pain, one speck of lint that fell out the last time that I" what?||City of Angels Lyrics
picked my brain. Martin Smith, who played the role of Stine on the London recording, sings this during one of the most memorable songs on the soundtrack. Stine and Stone (played by Roger Allam) argue about Stine selling out to Hollywood.
|In "It Needs Work," Gabby is berating Stine for a letter he wrote her. She critiques it as though it were one of his novels, saying that it needs work "excepting for the part about the" what?||City of Angels Lyrics
broken keys. "Unlike the books you write, this plot is quite contrived the way it reads. And far too obvious, and filled with flaws and gross implausibilities, excepting for the part about the broken keys... it needs work."
defrocked a priest. From "You Can Always Count on Me," sung by Donna, the luckless secretary of Buddy Fiddler. In this song, she laments her inability to find the right kind of guy.
|According to Stine, "Life double-crosses with style, forcing you into a smile, so it can" what?||City of Angels Lyrics
kick you in the teeth. "Funny," the song from which this lyric was extracted, is sung by Stine as he realizes he has lost control of his first film.
|What's the ending to this famous lyric, 'But on the corner of the ___ ______!'?||'Coco' Lyrics
Rue Cambon. From the song 'Mademoiselle Chliche De Paris/On The Corner of the Rue Cambon.' Sung by Katharine Hepburn. Act 1.
|What is the ending of this lyric, 'I need a bright and holiday time ____'?||'Coco' Lyrics
gown. From the song, 'A Brand New Dress' Sung by Gale Dixon. Act 1.
|What is the last word in this 'Coco' lyric, 'the world belongs to the _____'?||'Coco' Lyrics
young. From the song called 'The World Belongs To The Young'. Sung by Katharine Hepburn. Act 1.
Buella. The stepmother's name is only mentioned once in the show. The clumsy man in the Gavotte says "It's been a long time since we danced, Buella." She says, "Not long enough!"