Broadway Danny Rose

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Broadway Danny Rose

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Time Out says

Admittedly slighter than its immediate predecessor Zelig, this is still a delightful comedy that sees Allen as a no-hope theatrical agent (his clients include balloon twisters, wine-glass players and bird trainers, who all leave him when the Big Time beckons) who acts as beard for an adulterous, unmusical crooner on his books, and gets involved with a brassy Mafia widow (Farrow, unrecognisable). The jokes are firmly embedded in plot and characterisation, and the film, shot by Gordon Willis in harsh black-and-white, looks terrific; but what makes it work so well is the unsentimental warmth pervading every frame.

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Release details

UK release:

1984

Duration:

84 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Woody Allen

Cast:

Morty Gunty, Jackie Gayle, Corbett Monica, Sandy Baron, Nick Apollo Forte, Mia Farrow, Woody Allen, Milton Berle

Production Designer:

Mel Bourne

Editor:

Susan E Morse

Cinematography:

Gordon Willis

Screenwriter:

Woody Allen

Producer:

Robert Greenhut

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