DirectorHarmon Jones Music directorLionel Newman LanguageEnglish
WriterSy Gomberg, Albert Mannheimer Release dateNovember 14, 1952 (1952-11-14) ScreenplaySy Gomberg, Albert Mannheimer CastMitzi Gaynor (Emily Ann Stackerlee), Scott Brady (Robert 'Numbers' Foster), Mitzi Green ('52nd Tessie' Sammis), Marguerite Chapman (Yvonne Dugan), Michael O'Shea (Inspector McNamara), Wally Vernon (Harry 'Poorly' Sammis) Similar moviesPitch Perfect 2, Birdman, Frozen, Aladdin, Tangled, Cinderella
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Bloodhounds of Broadway is a 1952 Technicolor musical film based on a Damon Runyon story. It starred Mitzi Gaynor, who was then still a young starlet, along with Scott Brady, Mitzi Green, Marguerite Chapman, Michael O'Shea, Wally Vernon, George E. Stone, Charles Bronson appears, uncredited, as Charles Buchinski (as he was in the 1953 3-D film House of Wax). It was directed by Harmon Jones.
Bloodhounds of Broadway was remade, very poorly, in 1989, this time as a PBS American Playhouse special (subsequently given theatrical release) starring Matt Dillon and Madonna.
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Stackerlee (Mitzi Gaynor) is a country girl who longs to be in show business. A New York bookmaker Foster (Scott Brady) is hiding out in Georgia and meets her and the inevitable happens – he goes straight and she gets her wish.