Right This Way
|Right This Way|
|Lyrics||Marianne Brown Waters|
|Book||Marianne Brown Waters
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Right This Way is a Broadway production that opened at the 46th Street Theatre on January 5, 1938, and ran for fifteen performances. It was categorized as an original musical comedy and was set in Paris and Boston.
The song "I'll Be Seeing You", written by Irving Kahal and Sammy Fain, was featured in the production. Frank Sinatra sang the song and included it on his 1962 album Point of No Return. The song was also featured in the 2004 film The Notebook.
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