Original musical starring Nanette Fabray. Sally is a waitress in Ernest's diner. Ernest earnestly wants to marry her, but Sally isn't content to go on slinging hash. She fantasizes being the famous Marie Antoinette and Pocahontas, and swears to the goddess Aphrodite that she will be like those celebrated women of history. Musical numbers include ""Save a Place on the Wall for Me,"" ""Po-Po-Pocahontas,"" and ""Who Needs It?,"" performed by Fabray, and ""You've Got to Keep a Woman in the Right-Hand Lane,"" sung by Stubby Kaye. Music by Jack Brooks, lyrics by Brooks and Danny Arnold. Axel Stordahl was the musical director.
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