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Li'l Abner, by Norman Panama, Melvin Frank, Johnny Mercer, Gene de Paul
A hilarious show with a pair of leads that you won't forget
Saturday, March 12, 2005
5.0
Li'l Abner is based on a '50s comic strip of the same name, but that doesn't mean non-fans won't enjoy it. Having never read the comic, I had no idea what to expect, but from the moment they dimmed the lights, I was drawn into the events of the town of Dogpatch, USA, where the residents of the town are scrambling around like their lives depend on it - which they just might.

The leads of the show both posess strong voices perfect for the rolls, and you'd think someone picked them up out of any little old town in the country. With numbers that will have you smiling, a story that makes you chuckle and one liners to make you laugh till your sides hurt, this show is a hilarious rendition, appealing to anyone willing to laugh.

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