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The Sound of Music (Original Broadway Production, 1959): Mary Martin accepts the 1960 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical.
Fiddler on the Roof (Original Broadway Production, 1964): The sisters (including Bette Midler) sing "Matchmaker, Matchmaker" on the 1968 Tonys as part of a tribute to past Best Musical winners that were still running at the time.
Love Story (Original London Production, 2010): Emma Williams and Michael Xavier perform "What Happens Now" on the Olivier Awards.
The Grass Harp (Television Production, 1977): The cast performs "The Babylove Miracle Show".
Carousel (Television Production, 1967): Mary Grover performs "What's the Use of Wond'rin'?"
On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (Broadway Revival, 2011): Jessie Mueller and Harry Connick Jr. perform "Ev'ry Night at Seven" and "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever" on The View.
Lend an Ear (Television Production, 1954): Sheree North & Gene Nelson perform "Neurotic You and Psychopathic Me".
Runaways (Broadway Production, 1978): The Broadway cast performs a medley.
Barnum (Original Broadway Production, 1980): The Broadway cast performs "Come Follow the Band" on the Tony Awards.
Cinderella (Broadway Production, 2013): The cast performs "Impossible" and "Ten Minutes Ago" on David Letterman.
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Broadway Transfer, 2005): Original cast performs on the Tony Awards. (Special thanks to Mark for sending this great clip.)
The Lambeth Walk (Film Version, 1939): Lupino Lane leads the cast in "The Lambeth Walk".
Hello, Dolly! (London Production, 1965): The 1966 television special <em>Mary Martin: Hello, Dolly! Around the World.</em>
High Button Shoes (Original Broadway Production, 1947): Nanette Fabray and chorus perform "Papa, Won't You Dance With Me?" on the 1971 Tonys.
Ragtime (Original Broadway Production, 1998): Brian Stokes Mitchell performs "Make Them Hear You" at the White House.
Pal Joey (Encores! Concert, 1995): Patti LuPone sings "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered" at the White House.
Hallelujah, Baby! (Original Broadway Production, 1967): Leslie Uggams, Lillian Hayman and Robert Hooks perform "Smile, Smile" on the Tony Awards.
The Fix (Original London Production, 1997): John Barrowman sings "One Two Three" in the London concert Hey, Mr. Producer!, a tribute to Cameron Mackintosh.
Anything Goes (Film Version, 1936): The Avalon Boys are joined by Bing Crosby as they perform a reprise of "There'll Always Be a Lady Fair".
Anything Goes (Film Version, 1936): Bing Crosby sings "My Heart and I" to Ida Lupino.
Anything Goes (Film Version, 1936): Bing Crosby sings "Moonburn".
Anything Goes (Film Version, 1936): The Avalon Boys sing "There'll Always Be a Lady Fair".
Anything Goes (Film Version, 1936): Ethel Merman sings a wonderful rendition of "I Get a Kick Out of You".
My One and Only (Original Broadway Production, 1983): Tommy Tune, Twiggy and company perform on the 1983 Tonys. This is the complete performance which comprised the opening credits.
The Grass Harp (Television Production, 1977): Carol Brice (original Broadway cast member) does her rendition of "Marry With Me".
Pippin (Broadway Revival, 2013): Matthew James Thomas sings "Corner of the Sky" and Patina Miller leads the company in "Magic to Do" on Good Morning America.
Ain't Misbehavin' (Broadway Production, 1978): Nell Carter sings "Cash for Your Trash" on <em>The Best of Broadway</em>.
Call Me Madam (Original Broadway Production, 1950): Russell Nype and Elaine Stritch perform "You're Just in Love" on <em>The Colgate Comedy Hour Salutes George Abbott</em>.
Annie Get Your Gun (Original Broadway Production, 1946): Ethel Merman sings "They Say It's Wonderful" on The Best of Broadway.
Ain't Misbehavin' (Broadway Production, 1978): Nell Carter sings "Mean to Me" on The Best of Broadway.

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