Broadway (1942)

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George Raft, playing himself, recalls his days on Broadway, where he acquired a reputation as a great dancer--and also one as a brawler, a ladies man and an associate of some of the city's most notorious gangsters.


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  • Mack Gray and George Raft in Broadway (1942)
  • Mack Gray and George Raft in Broadway (1942)
  • Mack Gray and George Raft in Broadway (1942)
  • Iris Adrian, Janet Blair, Anne Gwynne, Dorothy Moore, George Raft, and Marie Wilson in Broadway (1942)
  • Broderick Crawford, Pat O'Brien, Janet Blair, Mack Gray, and George Raft in Broadway (1942)

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30 May 2014 | Maliejandra
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| Raft as a Hoofer
This is an interesting film as it starred George Raft as George Raft, reminiscing on the good old days of the 1920s when he was trying to become famous as a hoofer at a nightclub. Flashback to a time when Raft flailed around like a knock-off James Cagney amid a group of girls who look suspiciously more like 1940s pin-up girls than 1920s flappers. Broadway has plenty of action and a great cast, although it is relatively predictable and Raft's last line leaves us with a pressing, unanswered question.

See it for Raft in an unusual role. I caught a screening at Cinevent in 2012. Broadway is definitely entertaining and worth searching out.

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