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Music and Related Materials (continued)
Les Girls (film, 1957) (continued)
BOX-FOLDER 27/5 Ca, c'est l'amour ; You're just too, too
Printed parts arr.
BOX-FOLDER 27/5 Ca, c'est l'amour ; Si te Amase (If I loved you)
Printed parts arr.
Note: "Si te Amase" is a Spanish language version of the Rodgers & Hammerstein song
BOX-FOLDER 27/6 [Les Girls lyric sheets]
Lyric sheets, 1 holograph, the rest typed, many with annotations in Porter's hand, most versions are dated ; [42] leaves
Song titles:
  • Drinking song
  • High flyin' wings on my shoes
  • I could kick myself
  • Ladies in waiting
  • Les girls
  • Why am I so gone (about that gal?) [Note: includes holograph of verse]
  • You're just too, too!
BOX-FOLDER 27/7 [Les Girls correspondence]
Letters to Porter and/or carbons of typed responses
  • Chaplin, Saul
  • Lounsberry, Fred
  • Porter, Cole [Note: carbons of letters to Sol Siegel, Johnny Green and Albert Sirmay with revised lyric enclosed]
  • Shlyen, Ben
  • Siegel, Sol C. [Note: lyric sheet included]
  • Sirmay, Albert [Note: lyric sheet included]
BOX-FOLDER 27/8 [Les Girls miscellaneous]
Box office blue ribbon award
BOX-FOLDER 27/8 [Les Girls miscellaneous]
Booklet/invitation to press preview
BOX-FOLDER 27/9 [Les Girls clippings]

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