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Why Do The Wrong People Travel?

Photos of Elain Stritch singing
Recently we re-watched a V. V. (very, very) entertaining DVD starring one of the Grand Dames of Broadway, Elaine Stritch at Liberty. The one-woman show celebrates Stritch’s 50 years on the stage with hilarious stories about everyone from Ethel Merman to Rock Hudson, some very personal and honest moments about her private life and 19 songs from her Broadway career. For 146 minutes, Stritch entertains in nothing but black tights, pumps and a silk faille man’s shirt…and she was 77 when this documentary was made! Rare stuff.

One of the most memorable numbers for us is Stritch belting out “Why Do the Wrong People Travel” from Noel Coward’s 1962 musical Sail Away. For a couple of travel freaks and luggage designers like us the lyrics are especially great. Cheers and enjoy.

Click Play to listen to “Why Do the Wrong People Travel” by Elaine Stritch

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Trackback from hubert
Time June 30, 2014 at 2:09 am

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thanks for information!…

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