South Pacific (musical)

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South Pacific is a 1949 musical with music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and book by Hammerstein and Joshua Logan.

  • There is nothing you can name
    That is anything like a dame.
    • Song There is nothing like a dame
  • You got to have a dream,
    If you don't have a dream,
    How you gonna have a dream come true?
    • Song Happy Talk
  • The way some people think is that you need something different in your life to make it special. But isnt it already special, every day holds something new. It might be as little as a sparkle in the pavement or it might be something as large as winning 172 million dollars. It could be as insignificant as a ladybug or as priceless as a golden sun,falling below the horizon. Whatever it is, embrace it and remember it because it might just be these little things that make life worthwhile.
    • Enola Reverof

"You no saxy like Lieutenant."--Bloody Mary

"You've got to taught to hate & fear You've got to taught from year to year It's got to drummed in your dear little ear You've got to be carefully taught" -- Joe

"When all that you love is taken away, there is no place." - Emile de Becque

"Some enchanted evening..." --from the musical



Ensign Nellie ForbushEdit

An optimistic and simple Navy nurse from Little Rock, Arkansas who falls in love with Emile;

Emile De BecqueEdit

A wealthy, cultured and dignified French plantation owner with grit and glamour who falls in love with Nellie

Lieutenant Joseph Cable, U.S.M.CEdit

A young, formal and good-looking officer who falls in love with Liat;

Bloody MaryEdit

A shrewd souvenir dealer who is also trying to find her daughter a rich husband

Luther BillisEdit

A shlubby, mediocre entrepreneur; friend to all and a man with a lust for the ladies

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