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'''69th Street''' is a play advertised in [[Grand Theft Auto III]] and on the [[Liberty Tree]] website. It parodies the musical [[wp:42nd Street (musical)|42nd Street]], and references the [[69]] sex act. [[Morgan Merryweather]], Liberty Tree entertainment correspondent, described the play as a 'Upside down romantic comedy that won't leave a funny taste in the mouth!'<ref name="69th Street description">{{cite web | url = http://www.rockstargames.com/libertytree/mar2001/story5.html | title = Entertainment| work = by [[Morgan Merryweather]] and [[Liberty Tree]] | accessdate = | accessyear = 2007}}</ref>
 
'''69th Street''' is a play advertised in [[Grand Theft Auto III]] and on the [[Liberty Tree]] website. It parodies the musical [[wp:42nd Street (musical)|42nd Street]], and references the [[69]] sex act. [[Morgan Merryweather]], Liberty Tree entertainment correspondent, described the play as a 'Upside down romantic comedy that won't leave a funny taste in the mouth!'<ref name="69th Street description">{{cite web | url = http://www.rockstargames.com/libertytree/mar2001/story5.html | title = Entertainment| work = by [[Morgan Merryweather]] and [[Liberty Tree]] | accessdate = | accessyear = 2007}}</ref>
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Latest revision as of 21:22, 22 September 2011

69th Street poster.

69th Street is a play advertised in Grand Theft Auto III and on the Liberty Tree website. It parodies the musical 42nd Street, and references the 69 sex act. Morgan Merryweather, Liberty Tree entertainment correspondent, described the play as a 'Upside down romantic comedy that won't leave a funny taste in the mouth!'[1]

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