Rodgers & Hammerstein ‎– RCA Victor Presents Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific (An Original Soundtrack Recording)

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RCA Victor ‎– LSO-1032
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A1 South Pacific Overture
A2 Dites-Moi
Voice [Children] – Unknown ArtistVoice [Nellie Forbush] – Mitzi Gaynor
A3 Cockeyed Optimist
Voice [Nellie Forbush] – Mitzi Gaynor
A4 Twin Soliloquies; Some Enchanted Evening
Voice [Nellie Forbush] – Mitzi GaynorVoice [The Singing Voice Of Emile De Becque] – Giorgio Tozzi
A5 Bloody Mary
Chorus – Ken Darby Male ChorusVoice [Uncredited] – Ray Walston
A6 My Girl Back Home
Voice [Lt. Cable, Uncredited] – Bill Lee (4)Voice [Nellie Forbush] – Mitzi Gaynor
A7 There Is Nothin' Like A Dame
Chorus – Ken Darby Male ChorusVoice [Uncredited] – Ray Walston
A8 Bali Ha'i
Vocals – The Ken Darby SingersVoice [Bloody Mary, Uncredited] – Muriel Smith
B1 I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair
Vocals – The Ken Darby SingersVoice [Nellie Forbush] – Mitzi Gaynor
B2 I'm In Love With A Wonderful Guy
Vocals – The Ken Darby SingersVoice [Nellie Forbush] – Mitzi Gaynor
B3 Younger Than Springtime
Voice [Lt. Cable, Uncredited] – Bill Lee (4)
B4 Happy Talk
Voice [Bloody Mary, Uncredited] – Muriel Smith
B5 Honey Bun
Voice [Nellie Forbush] – Mitzi Gaynor
B6 Carefully Taught
Voice [Lt. Cable, Uncredited] – Bill Lee (4)
B7 This Nearly Was Mine
Voice [The Singing Voice Of Emile De Becque] – Giorgio Tozzi
B8 Finale
Voice [Children] – Unknown ArtistVoice [Nellie Forbush] – Mitzi GaynorVoice [The Singing Voice Of Emile De Becque] – Giorgio Tozzi

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(C) 1958 RCA, New York, N.Y.
Printed in U.S.A.
A "New Orthophonic" High Fidelity Recording
Living Stereo
(An Original Soundtrack Recording of the Magna Theatre Corporation Release)

Side 1 = A, LSO 1031 (J2PY-1566)
Side 2 = B, LSO 1031 (J2PY-1567)

Adapted from the play "South Pacific" by Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein, II and Joshua Logan.
Based on "Tales Of The South Pacific" by James A. Michener.
Originally produced on the Stage by Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein, II, Leland Hayward and Joshua Logan.

<small>The 1958 film starred Rossano Brazzi and Mitzi Gaynor in the leading roles.

Notes not provided on release:
Juanita Hall plays the part of Bloody Mary, the same role she had played in the original stage production. Juanita Hall had her singing dubbed for the film version, by Muriel Smith. John Kerr as Lt. Cable, his voice was dubbed by Bill Lee. Ken Clark, who played Stewpot, was dubbed by Thurl Ravenscroft. Mitzi Gaynor and Ray Walston, both noted Broadway musical actors, were the only principal cast members whose own singing voices were used.</small>

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