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Does anyone remember the "Fantasy Follies"?

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  • [Question] Does anyone remember the "Fantasy Follies"?

    I have been going thru some pictures and found some of a Carnation Gardens Show called "Fantasy Follies"...

    I know its from earlier than 1987 but later than 1981. Does anyone know anything about the show or what year it was from?




    Last edited by Alpoe001; 03-09-2010, 09:07 AM.
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    Re: Does anyone remember the "Fantasy Follies"?

    It was basically a song and dance revue made up of Disney songs and showtunes. There were several different "Fantasy Follies," a new one each year until about 1990. You can find a recording of one of them on You Tube. It was a simple enough show, 2 singers and 5 character performers, each of whom would play multiple characters. (There's a dressing room right behind the stage.)
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      Re: Does anyone remember the "Fantasy Follies"?

      Originally posted by Broadway Guru View Post
      It was basically a song and dance revue made up of Disney songs and showtunes. There were several different "Fantasy Follies," a new one each year until about 1990. You can find a recording of one of them on You Tube. It was a simple enough show, 2 singers and 5 character performers, each of whom would play multiple characters. (There's a dressing room right behind the stage.)
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        Re: Does anyone remember the "Fantasy Follies"?

        finally posted the pics of the show
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