Who Won the 1949
Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Musical

Ray Bolger

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1948 Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Musical Winner
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Babes in Toyland: So very, very bad, yet so very, very good

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I am disappointed that this movie didn't become more popular, but with an all-star cast, including, Ray Bolger (the scarecrow from The Wizard of Oz) as an enjoyable villain this time, Tommy Kirk and Annette Funicello (early Mouseketeers and familiar ...

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See the 'Wizard of Oz' live Monday at the Viaero Center | Local ...

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Dorothy, played by Kalie Kaimann, and Chris Duir as Scarecrow sing “If Only I Had a Brain” in the national touring production of “The Wizard of Oz.” Duir said of his character, “He's an over-the-top fantasy character, a living, breathing scarecrow with ...

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'SpongeBob SquarePants' review: Show makes a splash with fun songs

Newsday
... of major adversity — in this case a volcano that threatens to destroy the beloved cartoon's home, Bikini Bottom. Ethan Slater, in his Broadway debut, perfectly captures SpongeBob's enthusiastic approach to life from the moment he's discovered ...

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