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Movie Movie

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
An unashamedly nostalgic double-feature recalling the golden days of Hollywood. Introduced by George Burns
- and starring
George C. Scott. Dynamite Hands
Slum kid Joey Popchik
Postpones his law studies to accept Gloves Malloy 's offer of a short boxing contract, but is seduced by the 'glamorous' side of the fight world - and platinum-blonde bombshell Troubles Moran. Baxter 's Beauties of 1933 Showbiz impresario
Spats Baxter has only one month to live. Determined to mount one last Broadway hit, his plans seem doomed until salvation comes from two unexpected sources.
Screenplay by LARRY GELBART and SHELDON KELLER Produced and directed by STANLEY DONEN
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Contributors

Introduced By: George Burns
Unknown: George C. Scott.
Unknown: Joey Popchik
Unknown: Gloves Malloy
Unknown: Moran. Baxter
Unknown: Spats Baxter
Unknown: Larry Gelbart
Unknown: Sheldon Keller
Gloves Malloy/Spats Baxter: George C. Scott
Betsy McGuire/Isobel Stuart: Trish Van Devere
Trixie Lane: Barbara Harris
Peanuts Miller/Jinks Murphy: Red Buttons
Johnny Danko/Dick Cummings: Barry Bostwick
Joey Popchik: Harry Hamlin
Troubles Moran: Ann Reinking
Dr Blaine/Dr Bowers: Art Carney
Vince Marlow/Pop: Eli Wallach
Angela: Kathleen Beller

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