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The Other Woman (Lead-In) - Various - Annie Warbucks (CD)

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  1. Annie Warbucks is a sequel to the stage musical Annie, based on the the comic strip Little Orphan Annie. On Christmas morning in , when Child Welfare Commissioner Harriet Doyle (replacing the original's Miss Hannigan as the villain of the piece) arrives on the scene to inform Daddy Warbucks he must marry within sixty days or else the child will be returned to the orphanage. Daddy Warbucks.
  2. Seeing "Annie Warbucks" for the second time in three months, as it swings back through Southern California on its way to greater fame and fortune, doesn't alter one's opinion of it as a hummable.
  3. Oct 05,  · This is a single disc reissue of Time Life's 30th Anniversary ANNIE package, originally released two or three years ago. The complete score for ANNIE is here, but sadly you no longer get the bonus disc containing the score of the notorious "Annie 2" or the additional delights from the "Annie" vaults (with a star-studded roster of "Annie" cast members from both past and present)/5(9).
  4. Jul 05,  · After Presnell did the two-year “Annie” tour () he went into “Annie” on Broadway and was still Daddy Warbucks on closing night, Jan. 2, , in New York.
  5. Annie Warbucks, the family-friendly musical, is a wonderful opportunity to showcase a diverse cast of characters with strong vocal and acting abilities. The show also includes a large featured ensemble, making it the perfect choice for middle schools, high schools and community theatres!
  6. Apr 23,  · "The Other Woman" from Annie Warbucks. Performed by Shelter Island High School.
  7. Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks is the deuteragonist of Little Orphan Annie, its musical Annie, and its films, including the sequel Annie: A Royal Adventure. He is a billionaire who, at first, doesn't like children, but invites an orphan, unaware that it includes girls, for he actually wanted a boy, but he never said so. He warns up to this invited orphan, Annie, and eventually adopts her as his.
  8. Harold Gray's comic strip Little Orphan Annie started Annie's popularity over 75 years ago. The comic originally contained a strongly conservative storyline with Daddy Warbucks even briefly dying during Franklin D. Roosevelt's fourth term only to miraculously come back to life shortly after FDR's death (inunicmilxikinghometebeasiral.coinfoom).
  9. Annie is the main protagonist of the musical of the same name and its three film adaptions and the sequel to one of them. She is an orphan (who doesn't know it at first) whose goal is to look for her parents (whom she doesn't know are dead). In the beginning of the story, Annie lives in an orphanage under the thrall of the diabolical Miss Hannigan and is determined to find her long-lost family.