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Broadway Rhythm [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : George Murphy, Ginny Simms, Charles Winninger, Gloria DeHaven, Nancy Walker
  • Réalisateurs : Roy Del Ruth
  • Scénaristes : Dorothy Kingsley, Harry Clork, Jack McGowan, Oscar Hammerstein II
  • Producteurs : Jack Cummings
  • Format : Plein écran, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Warner Archives
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 20 avril 2009
  • Durée : 115 minutes
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HASH(0x9ee23bac) étoiles sur 5 Neglected MGM Musical Gem 12 janvier 2010
Par Joel D. Arndt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Though not in the same category as MGM classics such as Singin' in the Rain, The Wizard of Oz and so many others, Broadway Rhythm (1944) is a very fun, extremely well-made movie with strong production values.
This was MGM's attempt to turn Ginny Simms (one of LB Mayer's favorite singers) into a major box-office star. While possessing a gorgeous voice, the looks (check out her entrance in the nightclub scene to the accompaniment of Tommy Dorsey's Irrisistable You) and a pleasing personality she just didn't click in a large way with the moviegoing public which is a shame because she is very good in this movie.
Broadway Rhythm is a much altered version of the Jerome Kern-Oscar Hammerstein II 1939 Broadway musical Very Warm For May. Only the standard All the Things You Are, sung beautifully by Ginny Simms and a medley of songs from the score sung by George Murphy were retained from the original production. Other musical standouts include Ginny Simm's Amor, Lena Horne's Brazilian Boogie and Somebody Loves Me, Nancy Walker and Tommy Dorsey's Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet, Gloria DeHaven and Kenny Bowers' What Do You Think I Am and the incredible Ross Sisters doing their acrobatics and contortions to Solid Potato Salad and Manhattan Serenade.
The plot is nil, but who cares since this is a musical and the musical numbers are what counts. There are many of them and they are spaced nicely (and often) to relieve the tedium of the standard showbiz storyline. Other standout performers include Charles Winninger as George Murphy's father and Eddie "Rochester" Anderson. The color cinematography is beautiful and the print released here with no restoration apparently is in excellent shape.
Broadway Rhythm is a great example of fantasy and escapism produced during the World War II years. Highly recommended for those who enjoy MGM musicals from their heyday and great music and dancing from a large talented cast.
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HASH(0x9ee1e654) étoiles sur 5 Non-stop entertainment! 29 septembre 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo Achat vérifié
Few muscials could hold your attention for two hours straight, but this is one of them! From the opening credits to the end, you're treated to one fabulous number after another, all held together with a sweet plot that's far more clever than in most musicals. Plenty of great characters, with great performances by Lena Horne, Gloria De Haven, George Murphy, and more. It even has snappy dialog, along with colorful costumes and sets. Also, watch for the Ross sisters' amazing contortionist act and Hazel's stunning, speedy piano playing. There's something for everyone in this film!
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HASH(0x9ea97f9c) étoiles sur 5 An interesting artifact from a bygone era. 28 décembre 2010
Par Tom Brody - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
BROADWAY RHYTHM is a lengthy musical drama (114 minutes -- nearly 2 hours). Nearly all of the scenes takes place inside, though there are a couple of out-of-doors scenes on a college campus. The movie, which contains light comedy, some gentle slapstick, and banter regarding theater productions, is basically a forum for an on-going talent show. Highlights of the "talent show" are two pieces featuring Lena Horne. One of Lena Horne's scenes is a tawdry faux Brazilian tap-dance piece, while the other, which shows much more class, is a jazzy lounge act. Lena Horne, of course, is one of the most successful performers in the history of vinyl.

Another highlight is a 10-minute piece by the Ross Sisters. These three women are real sisters, who sing and do a gymnastics/contortionist act. In fact, the reason I bought this disc was to see this piece by the Ross Sisters. Towards the end of BROADWAY RHYTHM there is a splended tap dance piece -- a male solo act. The tap dance piece is straight tap-dancing, with no gimmicks or distractions, and it could serve (in my opinion) as a good teaching device for advanced tap students. Another fine act is a female African-American pianist, who combines a classical piece with nimble-fingered ragtime.

In one of the acts, all of the performers in the orchestra (playing violins and brass) are dressed in clown suits. In another one of the acts, all of the performers in the orchestra, as well as a group of tap dancers, are dressed in identical milkman suits. I liked the clown suits, and I liked the milkman suits.

Ginny Simms (born 1915) is the star of BROADWAY RHYTHM. She appeared in eleven movies from 1939 to 1951, and performed with the famed Kay Kyser Orchestra as a singer. But I found Ms. Simms to be somewhat bland as an actress.

Gloria DeHaven (born 1925) stole the show, in my opinion. She is abundantly lovely, and plays a character who is an 18 year old high school student bent on a theatrical career, instead of college. She also has a fine singing number, where she arrives on a motorized cart that bears a circus organ.

Nancy Walker (born 1922), is the odd one here. She is a frumpy little woman, not at all pretty, who has spunk and an excellent singing voice. Ms. Walker had a long career on television, appearing on the Gary Moore Show, Carol Burnett Show, Family Affair, and Mary Tyler Moore Show.

CONCLUSION. The lite-humor in BROADWAY RHYTHM is often engaging. But the script and plot cannot be characterized as particularly clever, and there is too much talking. Moreover, there are no drop-dead lavish, spectacular stage scenes in BROADWAY RHYTHM. For viewers interested in musicals from the big band era, films with higher priority than BROADWAY RHYTHM might include SINGING IN THE RAIN, ON THE TOWN, THREE LITTLE WORDS, and the films from the Mickey Rooney & Judy Garland collection.
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HASH(0x9edd4414) étoiles sur 5 Broadway Rhythm deserves being re-discovered 27 décembre 2009
Par ArtiztikFoto - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Broadway Rhythm from the Warner Brothers Archive Collection is a classic example of the best of the lost art of MGM musicals. The story line is secondary to introducing some exciting musical numbers and showcase a wide variety of talent and novelty acts. In addition to the more famous talents of Ginny Simms and Tommy Dorsey, we get to see Lena Horne sing a Brazillian Boogie, Hazel Scott plays the piano with lightning-speed fingers, Ben Ross, Nancy Walker and Eddie Anderson (Jack Benny's Rochester) add their comic style to the supporting cast, and the amazing Ross Sisters literally bend over backwards to entertain with their wonderful mix of harmonizing to a contortionist dance routine. I was delighted to find this available on DVD. Definitely worth a look!
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HASH(0x9edd4504) étoiles sur 5 DVD NOW!! 10 mai 2006
Par Josh O - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
Great underrated Musical from the 'Golden Era'.
Tommy Dorsey and Ginny Sims are allways great and Nancy Walker is a hoot.
The VHS tape is OK but it should have been on Laserdisc.
The DVD is over due.
Hurry Up Warners!!
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