Susan Loesser: My Father, 'A Most Remarkable Fella' Susan Loesser details the life and work of her father, the late Broadway composer Frank Loesser, in her 1993 memoir, A Most Remarkable Fella.
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Susan Loesser: My Father, 'A Most Remarkable Fella'

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Susan Loesser: My Father, 'A Most Remarkable Fella'

Susan Loesser: My Father, 'A Most Remarkable Fella'

Susan Loesser: My Father, 'A Most Remarkable Fella'

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Susan Loesser details the life and work of her father, the late Broadway composer Frank Loesser, in her 1993 memoir, A Most Remarkable Fella. Frank Loesser wrote a number of musicals, including Guys and Dolls and How to Succeed in Business, for which he won a Pulitzer Prize.

This interview originally aired June 18, 1993.

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