Okay, now this is cool. Check out the word from Entertainment One:
Set on a luxurious ocean liner, a nightclub singer tries to help a fellow American woo an English heiress who is being forced to return home to marry a man she doesn’t love. In an attempt to avoid his boss, who is also traveling on the same ship, the American disguises himself as a gangster traveling with a minister. But, ironically, the minister is actually a disguised gangster on the lam. As Sinatra and Merman light up the stage performing Cole Porter standards like “Anything Goes,” “You’re The Top,” “It Was Just One of Those Things” and “I Get a Kick Out of You,” flappers and gangsters run amok in this spectacular tale of jazz age madness.
That’s right: it’s taken from Merman’s personal print of the performance. Nice. Want a sample of what the music was like? Here you go:
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