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Season 14 Episode 1

The Fantasticks

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Oct 18, 1964 on CBS
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The story of a young couple in love who live next door to each other and are forbidden to associate. Despite interference from their fathers and a wall between their yards, the couple seek each other out. Their parents who feud with each other change their minds and help the course of young love. Songs: Ricardo sings "Try to Remember". Susan sings "Much More". John and Susan duet with "Metaphor". Bert & Stanley sings "Never Say No". Ricardo does "It Depends on What You Pay". John and Susan perform "Soon It's Gonna Rain". Bert, Stanley and Ricardo perform "Happy Ending". John and Ricardo do "I Can See It". John and Susan sing "They Were You".moreless

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      • Other credits:
        Associate Producer ... Robert Hartung
        Musical Director ..... Herbert Grossman
        Musical Staging ...... Herbert Ross
        Orchestration ........ Philip J. Lang
        Settings ............. Warren Clymer
        Costumes ............. Noel Taylor
        Lighting ............. Philip Hymes
        Audio ................ James Blaney
        Video ................ Arnold Dick
        Video Tape Editor .... Peter Groom
        Makeup ............... Robert O'Bradovich
        Hair Styles .......... Robert Grimaldi
        Stage Managers ....... Sam Kirshman & Paul Lipson
        Production Assistant . Joyce Meckler
        Graphic Arts ......... Stas Ryka
        Associate Director ... Adrienne Luraschi
        Technical Director ... O. Tamburri
        Unit Manager ......... Bruce Bassett.

        for Compass Productions Inc.
        Sybil Trubin
        Joan H. Frank
        Gordon R. Wynne Jr.
        John E. Friend.

      • Guitar strumming Ricardo Montalban is the Spanish bandit-narrator of the program.

      • Based on French playwright Edmond Rostand's "Les Romanesques".

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