A “friend” with access to a massive archive of every Playbill ever lent me this to scan. She did so covertly and somewhat illegally, though she commented that the archive has suffered from light-fingered acquisition in the past by less moral people who don’t plan on giving it back.
"How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" April 1962
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Here’s the logo in a Tie-In Ad to take the “Original Cast Recording” home with you. I once referred to a Broadway album as a “soundtrack” and John Flynn gave me a mental bitch slap and a withering eye roll.
The ads are a delight! Almost all for cigarettes, booze, and cars with the dimensions of drugstore candy boxes. And, like the Playbill of today, upscale makeup ads.
There also is an article on wide belts.
ADDITION: After a demand for “More Morse!” from one J. Klausner, I have an unrelated screen shot from “The Loved One,” a fantasti-terrible adaption of the short novel by Evelyn Waugh