All Tallulah's scenes in a badly digitized TV rip
See below if you want a good version
of the Mary Martin Sings There's Music In You video compilation.
Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II and Mary Martin in
There's Music In You. Note the spelling of 'Rogers' name in the call board.
Main Street To Broadway also has the following scenes and attributes.
- Helen Hayes instructs a young actress how to focus before introducing the film and discussing the soon-to-be-demolished Empire Theatre. She returns to narrate the play's opening and list the luminaries attending.
- Shirley Booth talks with, and signs autographs for, fans and demonstrates why she is so beloved. (See Hazel: The Maid With The Most and See Miss Shirley Booth for more information.
- Cornel Wilde acts in a workshop reading of the playwright's somewhat misogynistic first play with ingenue Mary.
- Rex Harrison and then-wife actress Lilli Palmer discuss what's in their refrigerator; Rex wants a bagel and salami.
- Radio and television's Molly Goldberg, Gertrude Berg, plays Tony's motherly landlady.
- Ethel Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore and Louis Calhern bail the despondent playwright out of jail and offer him hope after Bankhead rejects the new play.
- John Van Druten works with Constance Carpenter (as Anna) and the cast of the still running The King And I which he had directed the year before.
- Al Hirschfeld draws one of his trademark caricatures.
- New York Giants manager Leo Durocher gets a dugout scolding from Tallulah.
- After having testified for the House Un-American Activities Committee, Jack Gilford was hired to play behind the bars of the theatre box office as treasurer.
- Humorist Herb Shriner, father of director Wil (Frasier) and actor Kin (General Hospital), sympathetically plays Mary's hometown boyfriend.
- Academy Award winner James Wong Howe was cinematographer for Main Street To Broadway.
Mary Martin's studio version of There's Music In You
Whitney Houston's version of There's Music In You 1997