Chevalier: Maurice & Me

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Released 2006

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Chevalier: Maurice & Me

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Chevalier: Maurice and Me is a theater musical in two acts, released to DVD in November of 2006, and originally aired on PBS. The musical performed a two-year run as a touring stage production before the film's creation at Cutler Majestic Theater in Boston, MA. Tony Sandler, Belgian musician and recording artist, is the films lead performer and guides viewers through life of and music of Maurice Chevalier. Maurice Chevalier was an acrobat and musical comedian born just before the turn of the 20th century. He was known for songs like "Louise," "Valentine" and "Thank Heaven for Little Girls" and for his signature look which included a black tux and boater style hat. Tony Sandler performs a number of Chevalier's hits during the musical including the works of Cole Porter, Jerome Kern and Rogers and Hammerstein. Extras on the DVD include photographs, interview clips, and film snippets of both Maurice Chevalier and Tony Sandler's careers.
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