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Stage Struck (1958)

Approved | | Drama, Romance | 22 April 1958 (USA)
A young woman arrives in New York City determined to become a great theatrical star, but discovers that her goal may not be as easily attainable as she had hoped.

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Rita Vernon
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Daniel Ocko ...
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Pat Englund ...
Gwen Hall
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Sally Gracie ...
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Harold Grau ...
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The movie tells the story of Eva, a girl who comes to New York in order to become a great actress. With hard work she succeeds in working at a theatre and finally gets her chance on stage after a lot of changes and difficulties. Written by Volker Boehm

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Ten thousand girls dream her dream every night.

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Eines Tages öffnet sich die Tür  »

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1.37 : 1
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Film debut of Jack Weston. See more »

Quotes

Lewis Easton: [to Eva] You're a hungry little girl - the theater's offering you a feast.
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Featured in The 77th Annual Academy Awards (2005) See more »

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If you love the Theatah
14 January 2005 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

I happened upon this movie and found it so moving. Mostly it was the performances but a large part of the reason I loved it was the pictures obvious love for the Theatre. A love I share. In the film, Fonda is amazing. Complicated and 3D, subtle and larger than life. Ms Strassberg, though vocally somewhat stiff and mannered is so alive and vibrant, young and beautiful. I thought her Juliet speech was again vocally stiff, but inside of that was an amazing, young, excited, perfect Juliet. Every word was felt and communicated in an immediate sincere way that is hardly ever achieved in the role. The detail of THEATRE in NEW YORK in the 50's is wonderful. The Stageheands reading the paper as they flip switches, the STAGE DOOR, curtain calls, the adrenaline of opening night. I could go on and on, but as one who loves backstage type melodrama this one is a feast.


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