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[[advertisement]] Latest Smoker Research Just In: MERIT undisputed victor over leading high tars in tests comparing taste and tar level. Smokers Prefer Merit 3 To 1! Smokers find the taste of low tar MERIT matches that of high tar cigarettes. New taste-test results prove it. Proof: A significant majority of smokers rated MERIT taste as good as - or better than - leading high tar brands. Even cigarettes having twice the tar! Proof: Of the 95% stating a preference when tar levels were revealed, 3 out of 4 smokers chose the MERIT low tar/good taste combination over high tar leaders. It's clearer than ever: MERIT delivers a winning combination of taste and low tar that seems to be attracting more and more smokers every day. [[image: photograph of 2 packets of cigarettes]] (C) Philip Morris Inc. 1979 Kings: 8 mg"tar," 0.6 mg nicotine - 100's: 11mg"tar," 0.7mg nicotine av. per cigarette. FTC Report May '78 [[outlined in rectangular box]] Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health. MERIT Kings & 100's [[/advertisement]] [[end page]] [[start page]] OPENING NIGHT, DECEMBER 20, 1979 WINTER GARDEN [[kosher symbol]] A Shubert Organization Theatre Gerald Shoenfeld, Chairman Bernard B. Jacobs, President Ridgeley Bullock and Albert W. Selden in association with Columbia Pictures present Comin'Uptown A New Musical Music by Garry Sherman Book by Philip Rose Peter Udell Lyrics by Peter Udell Starring Gregory Hines with Larry Marshall Robert Jackson Saundra McClain Deborah Lynn Bridges Deborah Burrell Jenifer Lewis John Russell Loretta Devine Virginia McKinzie Esther Marrow Carol Lynn Maillard and Tiger Haynes Scenery Designed by Robin Wagner Costumes Designed by Ann Emonts Lighting Designed by Gilbert V. Hemsley, Jr. Sound Designed by Jack Shearing Musical Director Howard Roberts Orchestrations and Vocal Arrangements by Garry Sherman Dance Music Arranged by Timothy Graphenreed Associate Choreographer Frances Lee Morgan Hair & Makeup Designed by Breelun Daniels & Michael Craig Robinson Associate Producer Leslie K. Bullock Production Stage Manager Mortimer Halpern Choreographed by Michael Peters Directed by Philip Rose Based on "A Christmas Carol," by Charles Dickens [[advertisement]] BEEFEATER® The Crown Jewel of England. [[image: drawing of bottle and glass]] BEEFEATER GIN IMPORTED FROM ENGLAND BY KOBRAND, N.Y. 94 PROOF. 100% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. 45 DEC 24 W'ter Garden
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