Too Late Blues

  • 1962
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Musical

John Cassavetes' first Hollywood film stars Darin as a jazz musician who loses his girl friend after not sticking up for himself in a barroom brawl. His band goes on the skids, playing music for scant audiences in parks and an orphanage. He finally gets back on the right track with both his music and his former girl friend, who has since become a hooker....read more

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(Movie Clip) Can I Have My Sax Back?
Bobby Darin looks comfortable on piano, the director s pal Seymour Cassel on bass, with Cliff Carnell mimicking alto, benefitting from a recording by (more…)
(Movie Clip) I'm The Girl With No Brain
Unorthodox and intense, as you d expect from John Cassavetes, writing and directing his first Hollywood feature, Bobby Darin as jazz man Ghost, a (more…)
(Movie Clip) Just Rub My Beard
Pianist Ghost (Bobby Darin) and combo (Cliff Carnell as Charlie) greeted by Baby (Rupert Crosse, from the director's Shadows, 1959), discovering singe (more…)

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  • Review: John Cassavetes' first Hollywood film stars Darin as a jazz musician who loses his girl friend after not sticking up for himself in a barroom brawl. His band goes on the skids, playing music for scant audiences in parks and an orphanage. He finally gets ba… (more)

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