Nearly five decades before "Footloose," this charming musical, with choreography by Busby Berkeley, told the story of college students hoping to put on a swing dance show despite the ban put in place by a persnickety professor. The kids get help from Broadway producer Dick Powell--because the show must go on!
Accepted movie trailer - starring Justin Long, Jonah Hill, Blake Lively, Columbus Short, Lewis Black, Adam Herschman. Directed by Steve Pink. Theatrical Release Date: 8/18/2006
Classic musical about the opening of a Broadway show. Highlighted by Busby Berkeley's choreography and boffo songs!
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When the Commies snatch George Jessel, Butterfly McQueen, Dorothy Lamour and other world leaders, America's Super Secret Agency forms The Phynx, a pre-fab pop band whose musical mission is to play a concert in the castle where the captives are held and rock the prisoners free. A movie that defies description, The Phynx was a byproduct of the Swinging Sixties, an old school attempt to make a zany Monkees-style farce that combined politics and pop tunes (courtesy of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller) with cameo appearances by dozens of old-time movie stars including Maureen O'Sullivan, Leo Gorcey, Rudy Vallee, Pat O'Brien, Ruby Keeler and Joan Blondell. Barely released in theaters and virtually unseen for decades, this is a rare chance to view this one-of-a-kind spy spoof, a whacky rock 'n' roll comedy that must be seen to be believed!
A pop group attempts to rescue George Jessel, Dorothy Lamour and other "world leaders" in this legendary rock 'n' roll spy spoof featuring dozens of celebrity guests.
Sentenced to 30 days cooling his heels in the Duck Creek cooler for speeding, Manhattan playboy Rick Belrow Livingston decides he doesn't like anything about small towns... until he meets small town girl Cindy Kimbell.
Whether its Batter up! or Curtain Up!, Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly are ready when they play early-1900s vaudevillians who spend the winter flinging the on-stage blarney and the summer flinging the horsehide for baseball's defending world champs, The Wolves.
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