Sweet Charity

  • 1969
  • Movie
  • G
  • Comedy, Musical

SWEET CHARITY is a very good musical that should have been a great musical. Bob Fosse, making his film directorial debut, couldn't convey the verve he injected into the play to the movie version, which starred Shirley MacLaine as Charity, a dime-a-dance hostess in a tacky New York ballroom whose boyfriend takes all of her hard-earned savings, pushes her...read more

Sweet Charity - Official Trailer
01:19 — Film version of Neil Simon's Broadway musical about a dancehall hostess in search of true love. Fosse's directorial debut!
(Movie Clip) If My Friends Could See Me Now
Another hit from the Broadway musical, by Cy Coleman and Dorothy Fields, Bob Fosse directs title character Shirley MacLaine, the taxi dancer given ref (more…)
(Movie Clip) Hey Big Spender!
About as Bob Fosse as a number can be, the director offers the Cy Coleman/Dorothy Fields hit from his Broadway show, Chita Rivera and Paula Kelly feat (more…)
(Movie Clip) The Adventures Of A Girl
From first-time movie director Bob Fosse and composer Cy Coleman, a breezy contemporary Manhattan opening, introducing Shirley MacLaine in the title r (more…)
(Movie Clip) I'm In Australia!
As in the original scene in Fellini's Nights Of Cabiria, Shirley MacLaine (title character) has been robbed and pushed from a Central Park bridge by h (more…)

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  • Rating: G
  • Review: SWEET CHARITY is a very good musical that should have been a great musical. Bob Fosse, making his film directorial debut, couldn't convey the verve he injected into the play to the movie version, which starred Shirley MacLaine as Charity, a dime-a-dance ho… (more)

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