PG-13 | | Comedy, Crime, Musical
Murderesses Velma Kelly and Roxie Hart find themselves on death row together and fight for the fame that will keep them from the gallows in 1920s Chicago.
There are several differences between the film and stage versions that presented challenges in bringing the project to the screen. A significant difference is the portrayal of reporter Mary Sunshine (played in the film by Christine Baranski). In the stage version, ... ...
You know you're really pretty good.
Roxie: Yeah, that and a dime. What are you doing here?
Velma Kelly: I heard you been, uh, making the rounds.
Roxie: Yeah, well, if it was up to you I'd be swinging by now.
Velma Kelly: Come on, I always knew Billy'd get you off. You should learn how to ...
Near the beginning of the song 'Razzle Dazzle', when Roxie and Billy walk up to the reporters' seating area, a reporter on the left can be seen reloading the flash bulb on his camera. When he lifts up the camera to take a photo, the bulb falls out, yet the flash still goes off.
The title "CHICAGO" appears as a "C" in the middle of a zoom of Roxie's eye, then the rest of the letters light up around it.
£113,386 (UK) (29 December 2002)
$170,687,518 (USA) (4 September 2003)
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