Lullaby of Broadway1951
"Lullaby of Broadway" (also known as "Ninna nanna di Broadway, La") is a Comedy/Musical/Romance film directed by David Butler, released in the USA on March 26 of 1951 . Doris Day and Gene Nelson are starring, alongside S.Z. Sakall, Billy De Wolfe, Gladys George and Florence Bates.
Who is the director of "Lullaby of Broadway":
Lullaby of Broadway was directed by David Butler, an American director, actor, writer, and producer.
Before Lullaby of Broadway, David Butler had directed Tea for Two, released in 1950, The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady (1950), It's a Great Feeling (1949), My Wild Irish Rose (1947), The Time, the Place and the Girl (1946), and Two Guys from Milwaukee (1946). Since, he directed Painting the Clouds with Sunshine, released in 1951, April in Paris (1952), King Richard and the Crusaders (1954), Jump Into Hell (1955), Glory (1956).
When was "Lullaby of Broadway" released:
Lullaby of Broadway was initally released in the United States on Monday, March 26, 1951. Also released on this day was Dieu a besoin des hommes (dir. Jean Delannoy). This was sixty-eight (68) years ago.
It has been released on Tuesday, October 19, 1982 in Germany.
Who is at the casting of "Lullaby of Broadway":
At the casting of Lullaby of Broadway we find Doris Day, previously seen in The West Point Story (1950) and Tea for Two (1950); Gene Nelson (The West Point Story (1950), Tea for Two (1950)); S.Z. Sakall (Sugarfoot (1951), Tea for Two (1950)) [ more... ]
- Billy De Wolfe and Doris Day, Gene Nelson, S.Z. Sakall also appeared together in Tea for Two, released in 1950.
- Doris Day, S.Z. Sakall and Page Cavanaugh also worked together in Romance on the High Seas, released in 1948.
- Florence Bates and S.Z. Sakall can also be seen in San Antonio, released in 1945.
- Florence Bates and S.Z. Sakall can both be seen in The Time, the Place and the Girl, released in 1946.
What is the Storyline of "Lullaby of Broadway":
Melinda Howard is an entertainer traveling from England to pay a surprise visit to her mother, Broadway singer Jessica Howard, who lives in New York City. Melinda believes that her mother lives in a mansion, however, Jessica's alcoholism has reduced her to singing in a Greenwich Village saloon, and the mansion actually belongs to Adolph Hubbell and his wife.
The Hubbells' butler, "Lefty" Mack and his fiancée, Gloria Davis, the maid, are a down-on-their luck vaudeville team and are good friends of [...]
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