As Thousands Cheer

As Thousands Cheer is a revue with a book by Moss Hart and music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, first performed in 1933. The revue contained satirical sketches and witty or poignant musical numbers, several of which became standards, including "Heat Wave", "Easter Parade" and "Harlem on my Mind". The sketches were loosely based on the news and the lives and affairs of the rich and famous, and other people of the day, such as Joan Crawford, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Noël Coward, Josephine Baker, and Aimee Semple McPherson.

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Famous quotes containing the words cheer and/or thousands:

    O cheer and tune my heartless breast,
    Defer no time;
    That so thy favours granting my request,
    They and my mind may chime,
    And mend my rhyme.
    George Herbert (1593–1633)

    German Flyer: Rotterdam, we destroy in two hours.
    Mrs. Miniver: There were thousands killed. Innocent people.
    German Flyer: Not innocent—they were against us.
    Mrs. Miniver: Women and children.
    German Flyer: 30,000 in two hours. And we will do the same thing here!
    Arthur Wimperis (1874–1953)