The Seabees of Pleasantville start their medley with “Bloody Mary,” prompting Bloody Mary herself to appear.
She makes a deal then leaves.
Then Luther Billis and the boys sing “There Is Nothing Like a Dame,” with a big bass voice to anchor it.
Then Emile and Nellie enter and the Frenchman proposes marriage.
Nellie breaks out in “I’m in Love with a Wonderful Guy,” followed by a snippet of “Bali Ha’i.”
After Nellie talks to Joe Cable, Nellie says she can’t marry the Frenchman. Joe sings “You’ve Got to Be Carefully Taught” to explain ingrained racism.
Emile counters with “This Nearly Was Mine.”
Soon, the stage is filled with nurses and servicemen singing “Honey Bun” at half-speed while marching.
Then the soldiers march off to the beat of a snare drum.
That’s a whole lotta excerpt!