Television: Review

Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical Cinderella played last week to an audience that, even discounting CBS's inflated guess of 107 million, was probably the largest in the history of entertainment. The show did nothing else to make history, though it made 90 minutes pass prettily and smoothly. Sweet-voiced Julie (My Fair Lady) Andrews fitted the heroine's role as if it were a glass slipper. The hero of the evening was Composer Richard (Oklahoma!, The King and I) Rodgers, who even imitating Richard Rodgers gives a better imitation than anyone else. At least two...

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