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Happy Hunting

Happy Hunting was a 1956 musical with a book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, lyrics by Matt Dubey, and music by Harold Karr. It opened at Broadway's Majestic Theatre on December 6, 1956 and closed on November 30, 1957 after playing 412 performances. It starred Ethel Merman and Fernando Lamas, and was directed by Abe Burrows.

Songs

  • "Postage Stamp-Principality"
  • "Don't Tell Me"
  • "It's Good to Be Here"
  • "Mutual Admiration Society"
  • "For Love or Money"
  • "It's Like a Beautiful Woman"
  • "Wedding-of-the-Year Blues"
  • "Mr. Livingstone"
  • "If'n"
  • "This Is What I Call Love"
  • "A New-Fangled Tango"
  • "She's Just Another Girl"
  • "The Game of Love"
  • "Happy Hunting"
  • "I'm a Funny Dame"
  • "This Much I Know"
  • "Just Another Guy"
  • "Everyone Who's 'Who's Who'"
  • "Mutual Admiration Society (Reprise)"
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