Fosse/Verdon (2019)
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All I Care About Is Love 

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As Bob is pulled between multiple projects, he and Gwen begin rehearsals for Chicago, but the mounting pressure may prove too much to bear.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sam Rockwell ... Bob Fosse
Michelle Williams ... Gwen Verdon
Norbert Leo Butz ... Paddy Chayefsky
Margaret Qualley ... Ann Reinking
Jake Lacy ... Ron
Bianca Marroquin ... Chita Rivera
Rick Holmes ... Fred Weaver
Ashlie Atkinson ... Mrs. Fosse
Alexis Carra ... Sherry
Brandon Uranowitz ... Dustin Hoffman
Juliet Brett ... Nicole Fosse
Ahmad Simmons ... Ben Vereen
Clyde Baldo ... Manager
Emma Caymares ... Rebecca
Paloma Garcia Lee ... Adrienne (as Paloma Garcia-Lee)


It's two weeks until the scheduled release date of the yet uncompleted Lenny (1974), the status due to Bob being unhappy with the editing. Bob's focus on the movie has taken away any work on his part on Chicago. But not having taken a break from work since his doctors at Payne Whitney advised - their advice of at least a one year respite - leads to Bob suffering a heart attack. Gwen's response to Bob's health issue shows her dedication to the professional and personal entity of Fosse/Verdon. Written by Huggo

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Did You Know?


Just after he arrives in the rehearsal room and sits down Bob Fosse breaks off a piece of a Hershey Bar and holds it up to offer a piece to Gwen Verdon. The Hershey bar itself has an outer wrapper covering a foil type inner wrapper. In the 1970's Hershey Bars were wrapped in a white glossy paper. The foil came along much later. See more »


Bob Fosse: Here's one for ya. What do you call an eight week movie shoot that turns into a six month movie shoot? A Bob Fosse picture.
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Features The Miracle Worker (1962) See more »


All That Jazz
Music by John Kander
Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Performed by Bianca Marroquin
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All I Care About Is Love
24 August 2020 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

There are some interesting ideas in this episode. Again the episode cannot sustain the scenes.

It does well in catching the turmoil in Fosse's life in 1974. He is editing the movie Lenny and the opening date is getting nearer and nearer.

Meanwhile rehearsals are due to take place for a new stage musical, Chicago. Verdon had a high degree of creative control for the musical.

An already stretched Fosse, smoking, drinking and on drugs suffers a heart attack.

The episode is told in a stand up style from the film Lenny. Instead we get a chapter on Fosse's life and how he started out as a child performer in burlesque clubs. His sexual awakening from older strippers.

I think the problem is the series is too long at eight episodes. I am sure I have seen some of the scenes earlier such as the incident in the strip clubs. If Fosse was alive today and saw the series. He would complain that it needed to be tighter.

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14 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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New York, USA See more »

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Color | Black and White (fantasy sequences)

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1.85 : 1
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