As a result of the show's success in the West End, a TV version was recorded on PBS for Great Performances. That was in 1999. The next year, he made his first film, X-Men.
Here is with the company performing title number, with a few yippie-ki's thrown in for good luck.,
(Tangential side note: one of my favorite parody lines of all time was one that Alan Sherman writes about in his autobiography, A Gift of Laughter. When in college -- if I recall correctly -- at the University of Illinois, he wrote a parody musical called, Yokahoma! The title song has the line -- "Yokahama, where the planes come sweeping through the wind...")
One day, I'd love to see a college drinking game where they show this full musical, and every time the word, "Oklahoma" is mentioned, you have to take a drink. Even if one made it through the show up to this point, this song along would leave everyone blacked-out even before the encore...