Harold Fielding

Harold Lewis Fielding (4 December 1916 - 27 September 2003) was an English theatre producer.wikipedia
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Show Boat

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Fielding was one of Britain's foremost theatrical producers who produced several musicals, including Mame, Charlie Girl, Half a Sixpence, Show Boat, Scarlett, Barnum, Sweet Charity, The Biograph Girl, and Ziegfeld.
The Harold Fielding production in London in the early 1970s claimed to use the entire original score, but it omitted "Hey, Feller!"

Scarlett (musical)

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Fielding was one of Britain's foremost theatrical producers who produced several musicals, including Mame, Charlie Girl, Half a Sixpence, Show Boat, Scarlett, Barnum, Sweet Charity, The Biograph Girl, and Ziegfeld.
London producer Harold Fielding cancelled his plans for a 1974 Broadway production, and the musical has never been performed on Broadway.

Half a Sixpence

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Fielding was one of Britain's foremost theatrical producers who produced several musicals, including Mame, Charlie Girl, Half a Sixpence, Show Boat, Scarlett, Barnum, Sweet Charity, The Biograph Girl, and Ziegfeld.

The Biograph Girl

Fielding was one of Britain's foremost theatrical producers who produced several musicals, including Mame, Charlie Girl, Half a Sixpence, Show Boat, Scarlett, Barnum, Sweet Charity, The Biograph Girl, and Ziegfeld.
Produced by Harold Fielding, directed by Victor Spinetti, and choreographed by Irving Davies, the musical premiered at the Phoenix Theatre in the West End on 19 November 1980 and closed after 57 performances.

List of Desert Island Discs episodes (1981–90)

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He was interviewed by Sue Lawley on Desert Island Discs on BBC Radio 4 on 17 June 1990.

Van Johnson

In 1961 Johnson traveled to England to star in Harold Fielding's production of The Music Man at the Adelphi Theatre in London.

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Harold Lewis Fielding (4 December 1916 - 27 September 2003) was an English theatre producer.

Theatrical producer

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Harold Lewis Fielding (4 December 1916 - 27 September 2003) was an English theatre producer.

Mame (musical)

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Fielding was one of Britain's foremost theatrical producers who produced several musicals, including Mame, Charlie Girl, Half a Sixpence, Show Boat, Scarlett, Barnum, Sweet Charity, The Biograph Girl, and Ziegfeld.

Charlie Girl

Fielding was one of Britain's foremost theatrical producers who produced several musicals, including Mame, Charlie Girl, Half a Sixpence, Show Boat, Scarlett, Barnum, Sweet Charity, The Biograph Girl, and Ziegfeld.

Barnum (musical)

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Fielding was one of Britain's foremost theatrical producers who produced several musicals, including Mame, Charlie Girl, Half a Sixpence, Show Boat, Scarlett, Barnum, Sweet Charity, The Biograph Girl, and Ziegfeld.

Sweet Charity

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Fielding was one of Britain's foremost theatrical producers who produced several musicals, including Mame, Charlie Girl, Half a Sixpence, Show Boat, Scarlett, Barnum, Sweet Charity, The Biograph Girl, and Ziegfeld.

Joseph Szigeti

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As a child prodigy, he studied violin with Josef Szigeti.

Tommy Steele

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He also handled Tommy Steele's early career, and commissioned Half a Sixpence for him.

Sue Lawley

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He was interviewed by Sue Lawley on Desert Island Discs on BBC Radio 4 on 17 June 1990.

Stroke

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He suffered a series of strokes in 1998, and retired to a private nursing home in Kingston-upon-Thames, where he died.

Kingston upon Thames

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He suffered a series of strokes in 1998, and retired to a private nursing home in Kingston-upon-Thames, where he died.

Victoria and Albert Museum

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The Collection relating to Harold Fielding's production of Cinderella is held by the Victoria and Albert Museum Theatre and Performance Department.

Woking

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The son of a stockbroker, Fielding was born in Woking, Surrey and educated privately.

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