In Weimar-era Berlin, an aspiring writer strikes up a friendship with a vivacious, penniless singer.
The original Broadway production of "I am a Camera" by John Van Druten opened on November 28, 1951 at the Empire Theater and ran for 214 performances. The play was based on "The Berlin Stories" by Christopher Isherwood and was later developed by Fred Ebb and John Kander as the ... ...
Any mess you get into, you try and get out of by using your extremely inadequate sex appeal.
When Sally and Chris place their drink orders in the Troika bar, Sally's jacket is buttoned up. After Chris speaks briefly, the camera immediately cuts back to Sally, whose jacket is now unbuttoned.
In opening credits, Shelley Winters is misspelled "Shelly".
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