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Broadway Danny Rose

Cast

Woody Allen, Mia Farrow, Nick Apollo Forte, Sandy Baron View All


Crew

Woody Allen (Screenplay), Woody Allen (Director) View All

Release: Jan. 27th, 1984
Runtime: 1 hour, 24 minutes
A hapless talent manager named Danny Rose, by helping a client, gets dragged into a love triangle involving the mob. His story is told in flashback, an anecdote shared amongst a group of comedians over lunch at New York's Carnegie Deli. Rose's one-man talent agency represents countless incompetent entertainers, including a one-legged tap dancer, and one slightly talented one: washed-up lounge singer Lou Canova (Nick Apollo Forte), whose career...
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Cobpyth
The hilarious dialogue gives the film a lighter mood, but during some more serious, yet still funny, conversations between Tina and Danny, the two main characters really start to open up to eachother (and to the viewer) and talk about their visions of life, the feeling of guilt and the fact that all....


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