Two Tickets to Broadway (1951)

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Nancy Peterson and her friends want to get a spot on Bob Crosby's TV show, but their agent has linked them.


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Director:

James V. Kern

Writers:

Sid Silvers (screenplay), Hal Kanter (screenplay), Sammy Cahn (story)

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7 May 2002 | moonspinner55
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| Let's put on a show!
Old-fashioned without being embarrassing, "Broadway" features Janet Leigh as a sparkling small town lass who moves to the Big Apple to work in theater, falling in league with other young hopefuls and staging their own revue. Not too far-fetched(Carol Burnett did the same thing in real-life)and Janet bounces happily throughout. Not really remarkable, but a nice time-filler. Bob Crosby pokes fun at older brother Bing in the film's most self-conscious moment. **1/2 from ****

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