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THEATRE QUIZ Everyone knows that "Sandy" is a scene stealer in Annie, but the animals shown here also had their day on Broadway. Name the shows in which they cavorted (extra points for the animals' names). [[image - photo of man holding cat in front of a mirror]] [[image - photo of elephant with a man in circus costume]] [[image - photo of horse behind barn doors with woman]] [[image - photo of five women behind seal on a chair]] [[text upside down]] Answers (clockwise from top left): "Rosemary" in Visit To A Small Planet; "Jumbo" in Jumbo; "Daisy" in Happy Hunting; "Sharkey" in Higher and Higher 32 [[end page]] [[start page]] [[advertisement]] Famous Theatregrams. [[image - photos of George Bernard Shaw and Winston Churchill]] [[caption]] George Bernard Shaw once sent a telegram to Winston Churchill, inviting him to the opening night of his latest play. Shaw added: Bring a friend - if you have one. Churchill wired back that he could not make the opening, but would attend the second night. He added: If you have one. [[/caption]] Western Union messages have always made history. Today, Shaw and Churchill would be trading quips via Mailgram® messages. You, too, can make a little history. Just call Western Union anytime. Your message will be flashed electronically for delivery with the next business day's mail. Send a humorous Mailgram and you might get one in return. Western Union's number is in the phone book. [[image - example of a Mailgram]] Western Union's Mailgram Service. It makes an important message look important. ©THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1981. [[/advertisement]]
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