Yesterday, Mark Evanier tells a bit about the show and has a wonderful video of the number from the 2000 Reprise! version in Los Angeles, sort of a semi-stated production. It starred Jane Krakowski, who's very talented, but I tend to find a bit cloying to make sure you know you're watching Jane Krakowski. But she does a wonderful job here, and even sort of channels her inner-Bernadette Peters, using an accent that sounds a bit like her, complete with the full production. It's not the Bernadette Peters footage, but a solid replacement. You can it here on Mark's site.
It's a wonderful song, as neophyte Mabel Normand sees herself for the first time on the Big Screen. And one note: there's a phrase that gets repeated a few times in the song (first coming in around the 2:15 mark) that I could never understand through all the years of listening to the number. Finally, I tracked down the lyrics. If you can't make it out either, it's, "So, rattle me beads -- look what happened to Mabel." I have to believe that's an expression of the times. Or Jerry Herman just made it up from thin air."