The Gentleman Is a Dope

Song Details

Allegro (5)  
Richard Rodgers
Oscar Hammerstein II
Title Variations
Gentleman Is A Dope


Sound Clips Allegro - 1947 Original Broadway Cast
Sound Clips Ralph Flanagan Plays Rodgers & Hammerstein, Vol. II - 1950 Ralph Flanagan and His Orchestra
Sound Clips Love Songs for a Late Evening - 1952 Portia Nelson
Sound Clips Starring Jo Stafford - 1953 Jo Stafford
Dancing Down Broadway - 1956 Ralph Flanagan and His Orchestra
Sound Clips Rodgers Revisited: Cy Walter Plays Richard Rodgers Compositions - 1956 Cy Walter
Sound Clips Rodgers And Hammerstein Ala Dixie - 1958 Pee Wee Hunt
Sound Clips Where There's a Man - 1958 Abbe Lane
Sound Clips Blossom Dearie, Soubrette, Sings Broadway Hit Songs - 1960 Blossom Dearie
Broadway Pianorama - 1963 Cy Coleman
Pearl Bailey Back on Broadway - 1968 Pearl Bailey
Sound Clips The Sullivan Years: An Evening with Rodgers and Hammerstein - 1993 Various artists
Sound Clips A Grand Night For Singing - 1994 Original Cast Members
Sound Clips Hello, Young Lovers: Capitol Sings Rodgers And Hammerstein - 1994 Compilation
Sound Clips Oscar Winners: The Lyrics Of Oscar Hammerstein II - 1997 Barbara Cook
Sound Clips Live! A Grand Night For Singing - 1998 Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles
Sound Clips KT Sullivan Sings The Sweetest Sounds of Richard Rodgers - 2000 KT Sullivan
Sound Clips Bernadette Peters Loves Rodgers & Hammerstein - 2001 Bernadette Peters
You've Got To Be Carefully Taught: The Songs of Sondheim & Hammerstein - 2003 Gay Men's Chorus Of Washington D.C.
Sound Clips Barbara Cook's Broadway - 2004 Barbara Cook
Sound Clips Barbara Cook at the Met - 2006 Barbara Cook
Enchanted: Celebrating Rodgers & Hammerstein II - 2006 Cynthia Dale
Sound Clips Something's Coming - 2007 Jeanne O'Connor
Sound Clips Allegro - 2008 Studio Cast
Sound Clips The Sound of Rodgers and Hammerstein - 2010 Helena Blackman
Sound Clips 16 Most Requested Songs: Encore! - Dinah Shore

Appears on these Releases

Sound Clips The King and I - 1951 Studio Cast
All the Things You Are/It's a Blue World - 1939 Tony Martin
Golden Earrings/The Gentleman is a Dope - 1947 Dinah Shore
Kiss Me Sweet/I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair - 1949 Dinah Shore
The Last Time I Saw Paris/Till the Lights of London Shine Again - 1940 Tony Martin
Manhattan/If You Catch A Little Cold - 1951 Tony Martin & Dinah Shore
Younger Than Springtime/A Wonderful Guy - 1949 Dinah Shore
Note: this song may also appear on other recordings whose tracks have not yet been indexed.

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