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42nd Street (1933)

42nd Street
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7.8 IMDB rating

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Warner Baxter

Warner Baxter

Julian Marsh
Bebe Daniels

Bebe Daniels

Dorothy Brock
George Brent

George Brent

Pat Denning
Guy Kibbee

Guy Kibbee

Abner Dillon
Una Merkel

Una Merkel

Lorraine Fleming
Ned Sparks

Ned Sparks

Barry


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Rian James

Rian James

(screen play)
James Seymour

James Seymour

(screen play)


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Description: Julian Marsh, a successful Broadway director, produces a new show, in spite of his poor health. The money comes from a rich old man, who is in love with the star of the show, Dorothy Brock. But she doesn't return his love, because she is still in love with her old partner. At the night before the premiere, Dorothy Brock breaks her ank ... (more)
Release date: 11 March 1933
UPC: 012569500129
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"13.04. TV, 1st viewing DIRECTED BY Lloyd Bacon To my disappointment, it's not on par with the charm, wit, jokes and utter sexiness of Gold Diggers of 1933, the other Busby Berkeley film I've seen. This shares some of the actors familiar from Gold Diggers, which is a great thing because Ruby Keeler, especially, is quite an adorable actress. The story during the first hour or so is rather ordinary, dullish and doesn't really go anywhere. It pretty much just serves as a vehicle to get to the more"


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" We talked with the Listal user Ruisperkele many years ago about pre-code films and Ruisperkele thought it was actually a good thing that the Hays code was forced: the films got better because they had to tell gritty stuff with new cleverness. I remember agreeing then. Frankly, after all this time, I've come to the conclusion that it isn't so. Films didn't automatically get better because the code was forced but because the technique got better and actors got more used to working with sound and "


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"27.1. Ilmeisen merkittävä tekele musikaaligenreä ajatellen, tästä on ymmärtääkseni imetty monenlaisia vaikutteita. Oli tässä toki joitain hienoja koreografisia oivalluksia laajamittaisissa tanssikohtauksissa, mutta mä nyt en vain pystynyt löytämään tästä pienimmässäkään määrin omakohtaista tarttumapintaa. Ihan kiva."


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"Primeiro temos que notar o escândalo que esse filme deve ter sido na época. As atrizes praticamente de calcinha, até hoje em dia é meio ousado. Mas, ok, porque eu acho esse filme sensacional? Primeiro, é um filme pre-code, o que significa que não tinha censura. Por esse motivo pudemos ver os bastidores de um musical, incluindo as festas do elenco, com a dançarinas bêbadas e patrocinadores se aproveitando delas. Lógico, nada muito ousado, mas isso fica claro. Segundo, a fotografia desse "


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"In this seminal backstage musical, when green, chorus-girl understudy Peggy Sawyer (Ruby Keeler) is brought out of her dressing room, director Julian Marsh (Warner Baxter) delivers immortal lines to his terrified, open-mouthed performer in the wings just before she goes onstage to take the place of opening night star Dorothy Brock (Bebe Daniels) - his last-minute instructions: "Now Sawyer, you listen to me and you listen hard. Two hundred people, 200 jobs, $200,000, five weeks of grind and "


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"Song: Forty-Second Street (1932) (uncredited) Lyrics by Al Dubin Music by Harry Warren Played during the opening credits and often in the score Sung and Danced by Ruby Keeler Sung by Dick Powell and chorus girls"


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"*Quarantuadesima strada Arguably the first musical as we know it"


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