Mary Martin's Dazzling Career, from Broadway to Hollywood

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Martin sang on CBS Radio in 1937, the year before she became an overnight sensation introducing “My Heart Belongs to Daddy” and essentially performing a striptease in Cole Porter’s "Leave It to Me!"

Theater critic and New York Times contributor David Kaufman offers a detailed, intimate portrait of Mary Martin, the woman who inspired the work of Rogers and Hammerstein and originated many leading roles over the course of her celebrated career in theater, including "Annie Get Your Gun," "South Pacific," "The Sound of Music" and "Peter Pan" in his new book, Some Enchanted Evenings: The Glittering Life and Times of Mary Martin