Lullaby of Broadway (1951)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Musical, Romance


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A showgirl returns to her New York home to visit her alcoholic mother, where she catches the eye of a Broadway producer.

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  • Doris Day On the set of "Lullaby of Broadway" 1951
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  • Doris Day and Gene Nelson in Lullaby of Broadway (1951)
  • Doris Day and Gene Nelson in Lullaby of Broadway (1951)
  • Doris Day in Lullaby of Broadway (1951)
  • Doris Day and Gene Nelson in Lullaby of Broadway (1951)

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8 September 2011 | bobbysamadhi
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| The young at heart only need apply.
Light entertainment at its best, a great guilty pleasure for your pc.

This film boasts surprisingly strong performances by a solid cast: let's say it, a cast humble enough to throw themselves into an odd sort of film: part melodrama, part musical, part fashion show for its star.

Radiating joie-de-vivre, out-singing anyone of her time, serious one moment then tongue-in-cheek the next, Day is a star, an under-rated one these days.

Gene Nelson's dancing is important to see if only to better understand Fred Astaire's. The Astaire difference was this: talent, yes, Nelson had it as well, but not the ability to bring us to the brink of something endless through his motions: to make you know he was on the edge of something vast and mysterious; to suggest a whole unseen world by dancing in this one. Bravo, Fred!

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