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Brooklyn Goes to Las Vegas (1956)

Arthur Cohen's "Brooklyn" character takes in the sights and sounds of Las Vegas and takes in a live performance by the Ritz Brothers. Only cynics would take note that among those in ... See full summary »

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Arthur Cohen's "Brooklyn" character takes in the sights and sounds of Las Vegas and takes in a live performance by the Ritz Brothers. Only cynics would take note that among those in attendance were Jeff Chandler and Marilyn Maxwell, currently appearing in an U-I film, and comedian Joe E. Lewis, whose life story was being played by Frank Sinatra in another U-I film. The studio finally figured out that if "Brooklyn" showed up in Dallas or Spokane, there wasn't going to be a lot of U-I connections or chances to slip some plugs in as entertainment. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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18 April 1956 (USA)  »

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