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March 2017



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I just realized, somewhere I have Mandy Patinkin singing "Joanna."

I need to find that CD.


Oh?? From where? Please tell - Sweeney Todd is one of my top favorites of all time.

Oh boy... now it's in my head too. I think it needs to be on the stereo, loud.
It's on the Mandy Sings Sondheim CD, shockingly enough... *g*
Wow, that one sure comes out of left field... *snerk*

Thank you, I might have to invest in that. For a fleeting moment I wondered if he'd actually played in a production of it, which would be amazing ... although I'm not sure where I'd cast him. Not Sweeney. Maybe. Hrm...
Well, it has to be a tenor part. ;-)
He'd make a rather deliciously devious Pirelli.

Mandy Patinkin the voice actor

Interesting factoid. Mr. Patinkin voice acted a part for for Castle in the Sky

I got the movie because, I like the director. Imagine my surprise when I found out who one of the actors was :)

Re: Mandy Patinkin the voice actor

Mandy is love. *g*
He has an AMAZING voice. He was on Letterman years ago and sang "Somewhere Over The Rainbow." Dave taped it and kept playing bits of it throughout the show, repeatedly saying how beautiful it was.

And the guy's a damn good actor. He was awesome in "Daniel" with Timothy Hutton.
He has some of his stuff up on his website for download, if you're interested.
Me too, although my copy of "Mandy Patinkin Sings Sondheim" is on my shelf right behind me :D
I currently have Mandy Patakin on my computer singing "A Tisket A Tasket" from the KIDULT album.

It makes me happy.
Solo or duet version (which conjures up the image of George Hearn cutting throats)
Oops. ?
My first interest in Mandy Patinkin was for his singing -- well, that and Princess Bride ;)
I saw him live at Rutgers back in the early 90's. He's a fabulous performer, really giving and huge fun.


To hear him sing Sunday is Bliss.

I always thought it was weird that he was the male lead in Yentl and had no songs. How dumb.