A young poet gets the brilliant idea to live in a department store, hiding by day, and courting his muse by night where it's quiet, and he can have all his needs met. But, to his surprise, he learns his brilliant idea's not exactly original; there are other residents who dodge the night watchmen, and who keep their existence secret at all costs. And one of them is a young woman who wants to leave, but is to frightened to go. And Charles finds that he wants to show her the larger world outside. Written by
A musical play about a mystical night society.
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Did You Know?
left showbiz to raise a family after this film and later opened an interior design business. One of her early clients was Michael Jackson
, who had such an affinity for the movie that he decided to furnish his bedroom in his first home with 17 lifelike mannequins, which he and Carr picked out together. See more
As Charles and Ella escape to the loading dock, Charles closes the door behind. At the very end of the shot, star Anthony Perkins
breaks character and grins. See more
Harkins, who are these dark men?
There's a famous mortuary in Manhattan. Journey's End, I think it's called.
Yeah, I've heard of it.
Well, people live there, just like here.
Live in a mortuary? Well, how can they? What... What do they live on?
Music By Stephen Sondheim
Swedish Lyrics By Beppe Wolgers
Sung By Zarah Leander See more