Mack the Knife
by Bobby Darin
This flashy, charismatic fella was a perfect storm for the late 1950s, though we're not sure how his hair gel would go over these days.
The German super-pair were also just a couple of awkward guys.
There have been dozens of incarnations of the American version of the play. This picture captures the character of Mack and the play's sinister mood nicely.
This is Raul Julia playing the part for the New York Shakespeare Festival in 1976.
Lenya long outlived her husband, Kurt Weill, and had a chance to roll with the stars who took his legacy and ran with it.