Max Liebman Presents

Season 1 Episode 10

Naughty Marietta

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Jan 15, 1955 on NBC
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Naughty Marietta
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Operetta set in New Orleans circa 1780. Marietta is there to escape from an unwanted marriage in France and Capt. Dick is there to lead his Rangers against a pirate gang. Marietta is first attracted to the son of the lieutenant govenor. But when he is revealed as the pirate leader, she turns her attentions to Capt. Dick. She decides he is the man for her when he is able to finish the "Dream" melody that Marietta recalls from childhood.moreless

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    Patrice Munsel

    Patrice Munsel

    Marietta d'Altena

    Guest Star

    Alfred Drake

    Alfred Drake

    Captain Dick Warrington

    Guest Star

    John Conte

    John Conte

    Lt. Governer Le Grange

    Guest Star

    Bambi Linn

    Bambi Linn

    Dancer

    Recurring Role

    Rod Alexander

    Rod Alexander

    Dancer

    Recurring Role

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      • At one point, during a puppet ballet by Bambi Linn and Rod Alexander, the boy puppet dies and sinks to the floor. His head rests next to a chalked X on the floor marked "28" -- indicating this is where corner #28 of a hinged flat should go during a scenery change.

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      • This episode is available on home video.

      • Adaptation of the 1910 Broadway operetta, with music by Victor Herbert, book and lyrics by Rida Johnson Young. For the TV version Liebman chose, as his two leads, two reigning stars from the worlds of Opera and Broadway: Patrice Munsel, a Met Opera favorite in such roles as Lucia, Juliet and Adele, gives a spirited account of the saucy Marietta d'Altena. Mr Drake, famous for creating the leading roles in Oklahoma! and Kismet, made his television debut in this production, lending his rich baritone voice to the role of Captain Warrington (appearing without his trademark beard).

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