Not available in other countries.
℗ 1975 BMG Music / 15 tracks
French history took a strange turn when Sidney Michaels (book), Larry Grossman (music), and Hal Hackady (lyrics) wrote their Broadway musical about the ineffective King Charles VII, and that damsel in distress, Joan of Arc. If the subject was preposterous, its treatment was even more so when Joel Grey and Ann Reinking signed to star as the principals. Some lively song-and-dance moments further removed the story from its grave historical roots, but Goodtime Charley was no Camelot, and the show, which opened at the Palace Theatre in March 1975, had a run of only 104 performances – though both Grey and Reinking earned Tony nominations for their efforts.