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Up in Central Park (1948) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by William A. Seiter and produced by Karl Tunberg.

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"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 30-minute CBS Radio adaptation of the movie on June 28, 1948 with Deanna Durbin, Dick Haymes and Vincent Price reprising their film roles.
One new song was added by Sigmund Romberg (music) and Dorothy Fields (lyrics) to their drastically curtailed stage score: "Oh Say Can You See," sung by Deanna Durbin and danced by her with Albert Sharpe.
In its initial Broadway run of 504 performances, the stage show appeared in two houses: playing the New Century Theatre between January 27 and June 10, 1945; then continuing at the Broadway Theatre between June 11, 1945 and April 13, 1946. The musical was revived in a limited engagement at City Center between May 19 and May 31, 1947.
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