Overview

In this musical adaptation of the 1953 film The Captain's Paradise, an English sea captain sails from Surrey to Paris every week, keeping a wife in England and a mistress in Paris.

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Details

  • Genre: Adaptations (Stage & Screen), Period
  • Time Period: 1950s
  • Cast Attributes: Expandable casting, Strong Role for Leading Man (Star Vehicle)
  • Target Audience: Adult, Teen (Age 14 - 18)

Authors

Al Morgan

AL MORGAN was an American producer and novelist, and JOSÉ FERRER was a Puerto Rican actor and director. After Ferrer directed the 1956 film The Great Man, based on Morgan’s novel, the two collaborated again on the book for the musical comedy, Oh, Captain. They were nominated ...

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José Ferrer

AL MORGAN was an American producer and novelist, and JOSÉ FERRER was a Puerto Rican actor and director. After Ferrer directed the 1956 film The Great Man, based on Morgan’s novel, the two collaborated again on the book for the musical comedy, Oh, Captain. They were nominated ...

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Jay Livingston

JAY LIVINGSTON and RAY EVANS were a composing and songwriting team who worked together on movies, television and stage during the 1930s and 1940s. Livingston and Evans met at the University of Philadelphia and later moved to New York City, penning the hit “Goodbye Now” for th ...

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Ray Evans

JAY LIVINGSTON and RAY EVANS were a composing and songwriting team who worked together on movies, television and stage during the 1930s and 1940s. Livingston and Evans met at the University of Philadelphia and later moved to New York City, penning the hit “Goodbye Now” for th ...

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Alec Coppel

ALEC COPPEL was an Australian-born writer of screenplays, novels and stage plays. His first two produced plays - Short Circuit (1935) and The Stars Foretell (1936) - had only short runs, but I Killed The Count (1937) became a West End hit, racking up 185 performances. Coppel ...

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