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The Gang's All Here Review – Alice Faye, Carmen Miranda d: Busby Berkeley

21 March 2011 10:16 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

The Gang's All Here (1943) Direction: Busby Berkeley Cast: Alice Faye, Carmen Miranda, James Ellison, Phil Baker, Benny Goodman, Charlotte Greenwood, Edward Everett Horton, Sheila Ryan, Eugene Pallette, Tony De Marco, Bando da Lua Screenplay: Walter Bullock; from a story by Nancy Wintner, George Root Jr., and Tom Bridges Oscar Movies Highly Recommended From the moment The Gang's All Here opens with a nightclub production number presented on a stage as big as a football field, Busby Berkeley's fast-paced Technicolor musical delivers the goods. There is dreamy-eyed Alice Faye, handsome eye-candy James Ellison, craggy-voiced Eugene Pallette, fussbudget Edward Everett Horton, Carmen Miranda at her daffiest, Benny Goodman singing "Minnie's in the Money," and the high-kicking Charlotte Greenwood, whose opening scene is hilarious: the phone rings and she accidentally picks up the cat instead. You first realize that The Gang's All Here is going to be totally absurd when you see »

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