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Mary Martin

Mary Martin (December 1, 1913 - November 3, 1990) was an American star of (mainly stage) musicals. Amongst the roles originally created by her were those of Nellie Forbush in South Pacific and Maria in The Sound of Music.

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Credits

Stage

  • "Leave It To Me" (1938) Broadway

  • "One Touch of Venus (1943) Broadway and Tour

  • "Pacific 1860" (1946), London

  • "Lute Song" (1946) Broadway

  • "Annie Get Your Gun" (1947) National Tour

  • "South Pacific" (1949)

  • "Kind Sir" (1953) Broadway

  • "Peter Pan" (1954) Broadway
 
  • "The Skin of Our Teeth" (1955) Broadway,Washington DC,Paris

  • "Jennie" (1963) Broadway "Hello Dolly" (1965)Tour, London

  • "I Do! I Do!" (1966) Broadway, National Tour

  • "Together On Broadway" with Ethel Merman (1977)

  • "Do You Turn Summersaults?" (1977) Broadway and Tour
     
  • "Legends!" (1986) National Tour

Television

  • "Over Easy" (1981-1983, PBS, Host)

  • "America Applauds: an Evening for Richard Rodgers" (1951)

  • "Ford 50th Anniversary Show" (1953)

  • "General Foods 25th Anniversary Show" (1954)

  • "Person to Person" (1954)

  • "Peter Pan" (1955, 1956, 1960)

  • "Ford Star Jubilee: Together With Music" (1955)

  • "The Skin of our Teeth" (1955)

  • "Hallmark Hall of Fame, Born Yesterday" (1956)

  • "Annie Get Your Gun" (1957)

  • "Magic with Mary Martin" (1959)

  • "Music with Mary Martin" (1959)

  • "Bing Crosby Christmas Show" (1962)

  • "Mary Martin, Hello Dolly 'Round the World"(1966)

  • "Mary Martin at Eastertime" (1966)

  • "Jack Parr Special" (1972)

  • "Bing Crosby, His Life and Legend" (1978)

  • "Standing Room Only: Showstoppers" (1980)

  • "Beverly Sills Farewell" (1981)

  • "The Sound of American Music:Rodgers and Hammerstein" (1985)

  • "Irving Berlin's America" (1986)

  • "In Performance at the Whitehouse,A Salute to Broadway" (1988)

Film

  • "Valentine" (1979) (TV)

  • "Main Street to Broadway" (1953)

  • "Night and Day" (1946)

  • "True to Life" (1943)

  • "Happy Go Lucky" (1943)

  • "Star Spangled Rhythm" (1942)

  • "Birth of the Blues" (1941)

  • "New York Town" (1941)

  • "Kiss the Boys Goodbye" (1941).

  • "Love Thy Neighbor" (1940)

  • "Rhythm on the River" (1940)

  • "The Great Victor Herbert"(1939)

Awards

  • Donaldson Award, NY Drama Critics Award:"One Touch of Venus"

  • Special Tony Award: "Annie Get Your Gun"

  • Tony Award, NY Drama Critics Award: "South Pacific'

  • Tony Award, Emmy Award : "Peter Pan"

  • Tony Award: "The Sound of Music"

  • Peabody Award: "Valentine"

  • Kennedy Center Honors (1989)

Autobiography

  • "My Heart Belongs" Morrow (1976)

Personal: Married Ben Hagman 1929- 1936; Richard Halliday 1940 - 1973 (his death)

Son : Larry Hagman[?]

Daughter : Heller Halliday



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