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Meet John Doe /  O.C.R.
  • Label: Broadway Records
  • UPC: 884501919814
  • Item #: 1255328X
  • Genre: Musical Soundtrack
  • Release Date: 11/26/2013
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Meet John Doe / O.C.R. on CD

2013 Original Studio Cast Recording of the New American Musical. Meet John Doe is based on the classic Frank Capra film from 1941, starring Barbara Stanwyck as ambitious reporter Ann Mitchell, and Gary Cooper as out-of-work baseball pitcher John Willoughby. When Mitchell is fired in the depths of the Depression, she pens a prank letter to her own column from a "John Doe," who is planning to jump off the Brooklyn Bridge on New Year's Eve to "protest the state of society." When the letter is unexpectedly printed, "John" becomes a citywide sensation, and Ann muscles her way back into her job, ghostwriting columns for him. To play John, she hires Willoughby, who turns out to be much more than a handsome face. After John Doe creates a national movement of community organizations, newspaper owner D.B. Norton tries to cash in on John Doe's popularity, and Ann and the real John must decide how far they'll go to protect what they've created. Meet John Doe features Heidi Blickenstaff (Addams Family), who received a 2007 Helen Hayes Award for the show's world premiere production at the Ford's Theatre in DC. Joining her from the Ford's production are James Moye (Million Dollar Quartet, Full Monty) as John Doe and two-time Tony Award nominee Joel Blum (Show Boat, Steel Pier), as well as Tony Award nominee Robert Cuccioli (Jekyll & Hyde, Spiderman), John Jellison (Memphis), and Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Newsies).