LP0237. THE LITTLEST REVUE (Vernon Duke, John Latouche & Ogden Nash), Original 1956 Off-Broadway Cast, w.Joel Grey, Beverly Bozeman, Tammy Grimes, Charlotte Rae, Larry Storch. Epic LN 3275. [An extraordinary unplayed copy of this seldom-seen jewel!]
"THE LITTLEST REVUE featured the young, unknown Joel Grey, Larry Storch, and Charlotte Rae, as well as Tammy Grimes making her Off-Broadway debut. Contributing lyricists and composers included Vernon Duke, John Latouche, Ogden Nash and others. Particularly memorable was a snappy number by Sammy Cahn and Vernon Duke, called ‘Good Little Girls’. Performed by flame-haired newcomer Beverly Bozeman, this song had originally been written for Bette Davis in a 1952 musical revue, TWO'S COMPANY. Resurrecting unused and forgotten songs by major songwriters eventually became a hallmark of Bagley shows and recordings.
HE LITTLEST REVUE closed after 32 performances, possibly because its venue, the Phoenix Theatre at 2nd Avenue and 12th Street, was too inaccessible for the casual theatergoer.”