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Bevor Rock'n'Roll Star Conrad Birdie eingezogen wird, besucht er ein letztes Mal das kleine Städtchen Sweet Apple in Ohio., um sich mit einem letzten Kuss von seinem größten Fan zu verabschieden. Albert Peterson wittert eine letzte große Chance. Bye Bye Birdie ist ein US-amerikanisches Filmmusical aus dem Jahr , das auf dem gleichnamigen Musical basiert. Der Film wurde gegenüber der Vorlage. Bye Bye Birdie ist ein Musical in zwei Akten (17 Bildern) mit der Musik von Charles Strouse. Das Libretto stammt von Michael Stewart, die Texte der Lieder von. Bye Bye Birdie. (4)1 Std. 46 Min Birdie ist Rock'n Roll-Star, der King: das hüftenwackelnde Ebenbild von Elvis. Alle Girls von 12 bis 80 lieben ihn - sind. nextstepforward.eu - Kaufen Sie BYE BYE BIRDIE () günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu. "Bye Bye Birdie" gewann sechs Tony Awards, erlebte zahlreiche Revivals und wurde mehrfach erfolgreich verfilmt. (Text: dv/Theater). Premiere: Letzte. Eine liebevolle Parodie des amerikanischen Kleinstadtlebens der frühen er Jahre, über Teenager und Rock & Roll: BYE BYE BIRDIE bleibt so frisch und.
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Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 5 nominations. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Janet Leigh Albert F. Peterson Ann-Margret Kim McAfee Maureen Stapleton Mama Mae Peterson Bobby Rydell Hugo Peabody Jesse Pearson Conrad Birdie Paul Lynde Doris McAfee Michael Evans Claude Paisley Robert Paige Bob Precht Gregory Morton Maestro Borov Bryan Russell Randolph McAfee Milton Frome Maude Ed Sullivan Ed Sullivan Ben Astar Edit Did You Know?
Trivia Bristol Meyers bought "Put on a Happy Face" from the show producers and used it as the pitch song for their flagship product Windex, which is an all purpose amonium and alcohol based spray surface cleaner in The tv jingle went like this: "Dust you are gonna clear up!
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Goofs At age 33 Jesse Pearson Conrad Birdie is about ten years too old to be have been drafted into the army at this time; at age 22, Ann-Margret Kim McAfee is the right age for a college senior, but four years too old for a high school senior; Dick Van Dyke was born the same year as Maureen Stapleton, who plays his mother.
Quotes [ first lines ] John Daly : This is John Daly reporting with the CBS mobile unit in front of the nation's Capitol bringing you special on the spot coverage of our current teenage crisis over the drafting of Conrad Birdie.
Sociologists agree that Birdie is a phenomenon. And for those few music lovers who have never attended one of his concerts, here are some news photos tracing his meteoric rise.
Crazy Credits There is no "The End" credit or cast list at the end of the film. Ann-Margret simply sings an on-screen reprise of the song "Bye Bye Birdie" at the end, and then says " 'Bye, now!
Columbus, Ohio, is chosen as the location for Conrad's farewell performance. Kim already has a high school sweetheart, Hugo Peabody Bobby Rydell , who is not so thrilled.
The teenagers of Sweet Apple, blissfully unaware of their town's impending fame, are spending the "Telephone Hour" catching up on the latest gossip: Kim and Hugo have just gotten pinned indicating a serious commitment to each other  and Kim feels grown up "How Lovely to be a Woman".
When Conrad arrives in town, the teenaged girls sing their anthem, "We Love You Conrad", but the boys despise him for stealing their girls' attention "We Hate You Conrad!
Sweet Apple becomes a very popular place, but some of the local adults are unhappy with the sudden celebrity, especially after Conrad's "Honestly Sincere" song coupled with his hip-thrusting moves causes every female, beginning with the mayor's wife, to faint.
Under pressure from the town's notable citizens, Kim's father Harry MacAfee Paul Lynde is unwilling to allow his daughter to kiss Conrad on television, until Albert placates him by promising that his "whole family" will be on Sullivan's TV show "Hymn for a Sunday Evening".
Albert reveals to Harry that he is actually a biochemist who has developed a miracle supplement for domestic animals that will make a hen lay 3 eggs a day; they test it on the family's pet tortoise, which speeds out the door.
Harry, a fertilizer salesman, sees a great future for himself in partnership with Albert marketing this pill. Hugo feels threatened by Conrad, but Kim reassures him that he is the "One Boy" for her.
Rosie, meanwhile, feels like Albert does not appreciate her, so Albert persuades her to "Put on a Happy Face". Albert's mother Mae shows up, distressed to find Albert and Rosie together; Harry is also agitated about the way Conrad is taking over his house and the changes in Kim's behavior.
Harry and Mae lament what is wrong with these "Kids" today. During rehearsal for the broadcast, an impatient Conrad kisses Kim who swoons.
Albert is informed the Russian Ballet has switched to a different dance requiring extra time, therefore eliminating Conrad's song and farewell kiss to Kim.
To Albert's surprise, he finds Mae there, playing canasta with Mr. Maude, the cafe's owner and a widower himself.
After ordering three drinks but only gulping down one , Rosie goes into another room where the Shriners convention is taking place.
She starts dancing and flirting with the men "Sultans' Ballet" , but when the scene gets too wild, Albert rescues her from the crazed Shriners.
She slips one of Albert's pills into the orchestra conductor's milk, which speeds up the ballet, amusing the audience, offending the Russians and placing Conrad back on the show to sing "One Last Kiss".
However, just as Conrad is about to kiss Kim, Hugo runs onstage and knocks him out with one punch on the live telecast, which shocks Albert and Rosie.
Kim and Hugo reunite. Kim sneaks out of her house and joins her friends. Conrad, Kim, and all the teenagers, except Hugo, head for the Ice House, "where people go when they want to be alone.
Maude sees that he's underage and refuses to serve him. When Harry discovers Kim has run away, he and Doris lament how disobedient kids are these days "Kids".
Rosie ends up at Maude's Roadside Retreat and starts flirting with other men, but Albert phones her and begs her to return to him "Baby, Talk to Me".
Rosie interrupts a Shriners meeting in Maude's private dining room. She flirts with all the Shriners, and they begin a wild dance. Hugo and Albert rescue Rosie from the crazed Shriners, and Albert finally stands up to his mother, telling her to go home.
Mae leaves, but not before lamenting the sacrifices she made for him "A Mother Doesn't Matter Anymore". Hugo tells the MacAfees and the other parents that the teenagers have gone to the Ice House, and they all declare that they don't know what's wrong with their kids "Kids Reprise".
Randolph joins in, stating that his older sister and the other teens are "so ridiculous and so immature". The adults and the police arrive at the Ice House and arrest Conrad for attempted statutory rape.
Kim, who unconvincingly claimed to be in her late 20s to Conrad, claims she was intimidated and gladly returns to Hugo.
After a reconciliation with Albert, Rosie tells Mae that she will marry Albert despite Mae's racist objections, and despite being a natural-born American citizen from Allentown, Pennsylvania , she will deliberately play up her Hispanic heritage if it annoys Mae that much "Spanish Rose".
Albert bails Conrad out of jail and arranges for him to sneak out of town dressed as a middle-aged woman, presumably so he can report for Army induction as scheduled; in turn, Conrad offers Albert a lifetime contract for bailing him out.
Albert gets Mae to leave Sweet Apple on the same train, getting Conrad and his mother out of his life for good. Albert tells Rosie they're not going back to New York; they're going to Pumpkin Falls, Iowa , a small town in need of a married English teacher.
Albert professes that everything is rosy with Rosie "Rosie" , and they go off together happily engaged. That production ran for performances.
It closed after 31 previews and four performances. The Roundabout Theatre Company 's limited-run Broadway revival began previews at Henry Miller's Theatre on September 10, , opened to unanimously negative reviews on October 15,  and was scheduled to close January 10, before it was extended until April Although Longbottom spoke extensively about how the show was being revised and refined for the revival,  there were no interpolations from the film or TV adaptations of the show barring the title tune written for the film, which was used as a finale.
Bye Bye Birdie was first adapted for film in Jesse Pearson played Conrad Birdie. The film is credited with making Ann-Margret a superstar during the mids, leading to her appearing with the real Elvis Presley in Viva Las Vegas Several significant changes were made in the plot and character relationships in the film version.
Albert is not Birdie's agent but a talented research chemist who is struggling as a songwriter only to please his mother, who is overbearing and insensitive, but not racist as in the musical.
He contributed to Birdie's initial success, and therefore Birdie "owes" him a favor. The film version includes an additional character, a suave English teacher who flirts with Rosie.
She plays up to him in several scenes after Albert has made her angry by caving in to his mother. The positioning and context of several songs were changed as well.
Kim also opens and closes the film version singing the title song, "Bye Bye, Birdie", a song written for the film.
The film version ends on a brighter and lighter note than the stage musical. Conrad is not arrested, but Hugo knocks him out with a single punch "live" on The Ed Sullivan Show and wins Kim's heart.
Thus, there is no necessity for Albert to bail Conrad out of jail and arrange for him to sneak out of town dressed as a middle-aged woman, presumably so he can report for Army induction as scheduled.
There is also no need for Conrad to offer Albert a lifetime contract for bailing him out. Albert's mother shows up after the broadcast with Charles F.
Maude the bartender , informs Albert and Rosie that she has married him, and gives Albert and Rosie her blessing for their long-postponed wedding.
Van Dyke and other members of the Broadway production were unhappy with the film adaptation due to the focus shift to Kim. Van Dyke stated that Birdie was "a romp'" on Broadway, but they "Hollywood-ized" the movie.
Tyne Daly played Mae Peterson. While this version remained mostly faithful to the original musical Michael Stewart remains the only credited author of this version , several songs were added and re-arranged, and dialogue was slightly rewritten to smoothly facilitate the musical changes.
The title song "Bye Bye, Birdie", written for the film and sung by Ann-Margret, was re-arranged and rewritten as a quintet for Ursula and the Sweet Apple Birdie fan club girls at the soda shop.
The "How to Kill a Man" ballet was cut. The song "Baby, Talk to Me" returned to the show. This song was written for the US tour.
NBC had in May announced plans to broadcast a live production of Hair but canceled those plans in the wake of the failure of Fox 's Rent: Live in early , as well as being up against the series finale of Game of Thrones and the season finale of American Idol.
NBC said it intends to replace it with a more family-friendly musical and noted that if Lopez's cooperation could be secured, Bye Bye Birdie could replace Hair.
The original production of Bye Bye Birdie opened to mostly positive reviews, with several critics marveling at the unexpected success of a musical crafted by an inexperienced production team.
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