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She Loves Me

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Later Contributors

There are no known writers who contributed to revisions, etc. following the original production.
Genre: Musical Comedy

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.

Demos & Pre-Production Recordings

Authors

Original Authors

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Book
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Lyrics
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Music
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Source Material

Later Contributors

There are no known writers who contributed to revisions, etc. following the original production.
Genre: Musical Comedy

Source

The play Parfumerie by Miklos Laszlo is the only credited source, but Ernst Lubitsch's 1940 film The Shop Around the Corner, adapted from the play, is an uncredited source, with the musical apparently utilizing elements from the film that are not in the play. (Samson Raphaelson wrote the screenplay.) Pre-opening press reports seem to have only mentioned the film. In a 1993 New York Times article, it was stated that Joe Masteroff said that he based his book more closely on the film than on the play.

Synopsis

No synopsis listed.

Trivia & History

Miklos Laszalo's Hungarian play, Parfumerie, was presented in Budapest in 1937. It was made into a film in 1940, The Shop Around the Corner, into a film musical in 1949, In the Good Old Summer Time, the film You've Got Mail. The film musical had a score by various composers and had nothing to do with this version.

Other Titles

  • Parfumerie (source material)
  • The Shop Around the Corner (Source material)
  • Sie liebt mich... (German title)

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