Annie Get Your Gun

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Score

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Studio Cast Recordings

Recordings listed here were done in the studio specifically to release as recordings. They do not represent cast recordings of a particular production.

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Studio Cast (1947)
Earl Oxford, Jimmy Carroll, Maxine Carroll, Audrey Marsh, Mullen Sisters
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Studio Cast (1950)
Elizabeth Larner, Barry Kent, Michael Sammes Singers
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Studio Cast (1950)
The Four Lads
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Studio Cast (1959)
Judy Lynn, Larry Douglas
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Studio Cast (1961)
Polly Bergen
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Studio Cast (1961)
Maggie Fitzgibbon, Gordon Boyd, Linden Singers
Studio Cast (1963)
Doris Day, Robert Goulet, Renee Winters, Kelly Brown, Leonard Stokes
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Studio Cast (1963)
Vivian Blaine
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Studio Cast (1968)
Vivienne Martin, Robert Coleman, Valentine Palmer, Laurie Webb
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Studio Cast (1973)
Ethel Merman, Benay Venuta, Neilson Taylor, Neil Howlett, Leslie Fyson
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Studio Cast (1991)
Kim Criswell, Thomas Hampson, Jason Graae, Rebecca Luker, David Garrison
London Studio Cast (1995)
Judy Kaye, Barry Bostwick, David Green, Teri Ralston, Simon Masterton-Smith

Demos & Pre-Production Recordings

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Source Material


Synopsis

The story of Annie Oakley's rise to fame.


Trivia & History

Originally, the score was to be written by Jerome Kern, but he died before starting work. Dorothy Fields was to write the lyrics. When Kern died, Irving Berlin accepted after finding out what kind of fun he could have with hillbilly slang in the lyrics.

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Alternate Titles

  • Annie Oakley (Originally announced title)


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