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Two Tickets to Broadway (1951)

 -  Musical  -  20 November 1951 (USA)
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Nancy Peterson and her friends wants to get a spot on Bob Crosby's TV show, but their agent has linked them.

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Cast

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Hannah Holbrook (as Gloria De Haven)
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Lew Conway
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Joyce Campbell
Barbara Lawrence ...
S.F. (Foxy) Rogers
Bob Crosby ...
Orchestra Leader
Charles Dale ...
Leo, Palace Deli
Joe Smith ...
Harry, Palace Deli
Taylor Holmes ...
Willard Glendon
Buddy Baer ...
Sailor on Bus
The Charlivels ...
The Charlivels
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Young and inexperienced Nancy Peterson leaves her hometown of Pelican Falls, Vermont, to try to make it big on Broadway. Along the way, she meets Hannah Holbrook, Joyce Campbell and S.F. "Foxy" Rogers, three struggling and starving chorines who are heading back to New York after a disastrous run on a showboat in Vermont. In New York, Nancy also meets baritone Dan Carter, who is thinking about heading back to his hometown of Denver after two years of getting nowhere on Broadway. Beyond meeting Nancy, what Hannah, Joyce, Foxy and Dan also have in common is that they are each represented by Lou Conway, a somewhat shyster of an agent who relies on the good-natured if somewhat reluctant funding of local deli owners Leo and Harry to advance Hannah, Joyce, Foxy and Dan's careers. Regardless, Hannah loves Lou, the two who are engaged. To appease most specifically Dan, Lou comes up with his latest scheme to make his name known to the public: move to a new medium - television - by getting him a... Written by Huggo

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Get set for a Racy Romp up and down the Big Street!

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Musical

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20 November 1951 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

The roles played by Charles Dale and Joe Smith were orginally intended for Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, who had to drop out of the film due to an illness contracted by Laurel while filming Utopia (1951). See more »

Goofs

When Janet Leigh takes the newspaper clipping from her mirror (after seeing Bob Crosby), you can see that the back of the clipping is unprinted. See more »

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Referenced in M*A*S*H: Lt. Radar O'Reilly (1976) See more »

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There's No Tomorrow
by Al Hoffman, Leo Corday and Leon Carr
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Janet Leigh did sing!
27 August 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The initial commenter wondered if Janet Leigh was dubbed in this film since he couldn't remember her singing in any of her other pictures. Well, she did sing in other films, most notably in "Bye Bye Birdie", and "My Sister Eileen", and while she was not known as an accomplished singer or dancer, she managed to give fairly good performances in both films and to demonstrate a competent ability in numerous guest appearances on variety television programs of the '50's and the '60's. I hope this will help to answer your questions. You might also look at her work in "Rogue Cop", where she plays a singer, and "Walking my Baby Back Home", a musical she made with Donald O'Connor, as well as "Fearless Fagan" where again, she is a singer/entertainer. She speaks at length about her musical experiences in her autobiography, "There really was a Hollywood", and gives a great accounting of her early career.


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