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Cole Porter was a male Human composer and songwriter in the 20th century. He wrote a great number of songs popular in the early 20th century, some of which remained popular into the 24th century. Captain Walker Keel claimed to be a fan of his.

His musical play Kiss Me, Kate (based on William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew) was staged in 2357 by the St. Louis Theater League, and featured Beverly Crusher as a chorus dancer. (TNG novel: Losing the Peace)

Porter's song "I've Got You Under My Skin" was part of Vic Fontaine's repertoire. (DS9 episode: "His Way")

Fontaine also performed the song Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. Cole wrote the song for the Frank Sinatra film High Society. (DS9 novel: Cathedral)

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Ethel Mermaid sings "I Get a Kick Out of U".

Cole Porter (1891-1964) was a prominent composer of musical theater and popular songs. His musical comedy work includes the shows Anything Goes and Kiss Me, Kate.

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Songs

Adios Argentina

- Bob Hope & Paul Revere, The Muppet Show episode 221

Anything Goes

- Wayne & Wanda, The Muppet Show, episode 110
- Ethel Mermaid on Sesame Street
- Kermit & Ethel Merman, The Muppet Show, episode 122

Born to Dance

- Kermit, Hank and Frank, and Icky Gunk on a Sam and Friends episode
- Behemoth and Shakey Sanchez, The Muppet Show episode 119.

Du Barry Was a Lady

- Ethel Merman & Fozzie Bear, The Muppet Show episode 122
- Kermit, Robin the Frog & the Whales, The Muppet Show episode 519
- Rich Little and Kermit, The Muppet Show episode 204.

Fifty Million Frenchmen

- Wayne and Wanda, The Muppet Show, episode 108
- Svengali and Pink Creature, The Muppet Show episode 112

Gay Divorce

- Gonzo & two mummies, The Muppet Show episode 516

High Society

- Miss Piggy and Link Hogthrob, The Muppet Show episode 324.

Jubilee

- Instrumental during the dance marathon, The Muppet Show episode 515

Kiss Me, Kate

- Opening number, The Muppet Show episode 514
- Christopher Reeve, The Muppet Show episode 418

Panama Hattie

- Jimmy Dean and Rowlf the Dog, The Jimmy Dean Show, March 19, 1964

Red, Hot, and Blue

- Ethel Merman, Scooter, and Gonzo, The Muppet Show episode 122

References

  • When Gonzo sings a song to Camilla in episode 318 of The Muppet Show, he comments, "Listen to the rhymes in the chorus. It's very Cole Porter-y."
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Cole Albert Porter was a famous 20th century American songwriter and composer, writing many musicals and songs with sophisticated lyrics, complex forms and clever rhymes.

Cantabrian commanding officer Noel Turner enjoyed music by Cole Porter. In 2372, when facing certain death after being infected by the Caldean Acute Cardiopulmonary Syndrome, Turner ordered the computer to play an upbeat Cole Porter tune during a mock party he and Counselor Scott Fack were having. The computer chose Porter's "Let's Do It, Let's Fall in Love". (Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions: "Isolation")

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