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The show was a huge success in London in the 1930's, and Cole Porter songs like ''You're the Top'' and ''I Get a Kick Out of You'' are as well-known here as in the United States. Mc Gillin, who plays the broke stockbroker Billy Crocker, makes a reference to B&B, the liquor Benedictine and Brandy. ''You have to find a way to sing those songs night after night without losing your voice,'' she said in a chat after a matinee. Mc Gillin, in turn, has had to adjust to London audiences, which can be more reserved than audiences in New York. Some nights they don't seem to laugh at all, particularly when the house has been bought for a charitable evening.

Musicals, including a recent revival of ''South Pacific'' and a production of ''Forbidden Broadway,'' have also proved popular in the West End, aided in part by London audiences' growing familiarity with American slang through films and television programs. Zaks nonetheless reviewed the script line by line to make certain nothing was obscure. But in Britain, B&B generally means a lodging offering bed and breakfast. ''We had a benefit the other night with Princess Anne, and it was the quietest audience,'' he said.

LONDON, July 24— Last year Elaine Paige, the English singer and actress, saw Lincoln Center's revival of the musical ''Anything Goes'' in New York and loved it. She liked it all so much, that she and a team of producers decided to bring the show to London and, if possible, not change a thing.

At a glance, the hit New York revival of ''Anything Goes,'' which opened in October 1987, would appear a natural candidate for London's West End. ''We're talking about changing the habits of a lifetime,'' he said. Best known for her work in the London productions of ''Evita'' and ''Chess,'' in which she sang the leading female roles, she had seldom done comedy and rarely sung the kind of belting songs that ''Anything Goes'' demands.''Jerry had a chance to make a few little changes, but it's basically the same show,'' said Howard Mc Gillin, a member of the original New York cast and the only American to appear in both productions.Special Set of Problems The London version of ''Anything Goes,'' which opened to mixed reviews here, illustrates the care and fine-tuning required when transplanting an American production on foreign turf. The Trouble With E's It was a bigger task to make the British cast of 40 sound American. ''You'd hear it in the songs.'' He cited ''Blow Gabriel Blow,'' the show's big second-act number.The 'toon takes place at a backwards college where the teachers are terrible, lazy and often drunk, and the students want to learn.Characters include a chubby man-child named Baby Cakes, the inept "Professor Brothers" and a stern dean voiced by Hulk Hogan.Obama Warns Americans About Too Much Patriotism - on July 4th Weekend – : As Gov.