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Book by George Abbott and Douglass Wallop.
Music and Lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross.
Staged by Buff Shurr.
Starring Misty Rowe and Harvey Martin.
Dallas Times Herald - Saturday, April 16, 1983. A devilishly good time - by Dan Hulbert.
"It's got solid performers up and down the lineup, including Misty Rowe, the sizzling little lambchop of "Hee Haw" fame who was born to be catapulted into the air by Martin."
"One example will capsulize how nothing seems capable of going wrong in this production. In "Whatever Lola Wants," Miss Rowe plays a Latin American bombshell, a sort of 1950's version of Charo, trying to seduce the innocent young ballplayer, Joe Hardy. During her partial strip-tease, she takes one of her frilly garments and tosses it backward between her legs, so that it sails over Joe's shoulders and makes a perfect three-point landing on the wall hook. Not since Astaire made his can fly across the room into an umbrella stand has there been a neater toss."
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