NO BUSINESS – The Freedom Toast with Deborah Bowman & Cinebot Video

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A parody of There’s No Business Like Show Business by Irving Berlin
Performed by Deborah Bowman
Parody written by The Freedom Toast
Video by Cinebot Videos
Executive Producer Jerry Pender


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by The Freedom Toast

There’s no business like NO business like no business I know
Blocking off Joe Biden’s nominations, filibuster just around the bend
Freezing up some needed legislation, means will be justified by the end!

There’s no people like NO people, their truth standards are low
Even if you don’t like what Tom Cotton writes, or Greene puts up on her odd web sites,
Alito will still rule against your civil rights, so let’s go on with the NO!

McConnell, McCarthy, Ron Johnson and Gaetz
Are secretly unhappy men because
McConnell, McCarthy, Ron Johnson and Gaetz:
There’s only twelve per cent that likes their laws
They’d never bid their right wing base good bye–for any true conservative, and why?

There’s no business like NO business and they tell you it’s so
Traveling through the country is so thrilling, going to D. C. and starting fightsSmiling while they brawl and lose a filling, always voting so you lose rights.

There’s no people like NO people, their poll numbers are low
It is not a good idea if you talk back, ‘cause if you do, they will attack
Republicans come at you with a tire jack, ‘cause they go on with the NO.

There’s no business like NO business like no business I know
You get word before debate is finished, that your bill has been all watered downAll its impact has now been diminished, you’re broken-hearted, but you don’t frown

There’s no business like NO business, as Josh Hawley will show!
Joe Biden said he’d make our land a better place, Ted Cruz said “that is too in-your-face,“So even if we never win another race, just let’s go on with the NO!”

Let’s go on with the NO!!!

No Business Like Show Business – Irving Berlin/strong>

Irving Berlin’s “There’s No Business Like Show Business” is a 1954 American musical comedy-drama film directed by Walter Lang. It stars an ensemble cast, consisting of Ethel Merman, Donald O’Connor, Marilyn Monroe, Dan Dailey, Johnnie Ray, and Mitzi Gaynor.

The title is borrowed from the famous song in the stage musical (and MGM film) Annie Get Your Gun. The screenplay was written by Phoebe Ephron and Henry Ephron, based on a story by Lamar Trotti; and the movie was Fox’s first musical in CinemaScope and DeLuxe Color.

The story opens in 1919 and chronicles the ups and downs in the careers of Terence and Molly Donahue, a husband-and-wife vaudeville team. Throughout the years, the Donahues reconcile a stable family life with professional success. Their children, Steve, Katy, and Tim, join the act one by one, and they eventually become known by the stage name, The Five Donahues. However, as the children mature, they answer other callings. Steve, for example, enrolls in a Catholic seminary for training as a priest. Later, Tim falls in love with a successful performer, Vicky Parker, and he and sister Katy consent to join her act as supporting players. However, Tim and Vicky experience a falling out, and he abandons the act. Despite efforts by the family to locate him, Tim’s whereabouts remain a mystery.

Meanwhile, Katy begins dating Charlie Gibbs, the show’s tall and spare lyricist, and they are eventually married—in a ceremony ministered by Steve who has just been ordained a priest. Thus, the Five Donahues are no more, until months later at a benefit on the closing night of the famed Hippodrome Theatre in New York. As Molly sings the film’s title song for the sellout crowd, Steve arrives backstage unexpectedly, followed by Tim, in the uniform of a U.S. sailor. There, he reconciles with Vicky and his family, and for the first time in years, the Five Donahues reunite for the film’s elaborate finale.

O’Connor later called the film the best picture he ever made.
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3 Responses

  1. Marian L Shatto

    Great Parody! And great Ethel-Merman-style singing ~ brava to the vocalist!

  2. Marsha

    Once again strikes to the direct core.
    Funny how the page is surrounded by anti-Biden ads