- V mutsuki created - Musical Directed by Nicholas Ray Writing Credits George Wells ... (screenplay) Leo Katcher ... (story) Cast (in credits order) verified as complete Robert Taylor ... Thomas Farrell Cyd Charisse ... Vicki Gaye Lee J. Cobb ... Rico Angelo John Ireland ... Louis Canetto Kent Smith ... Jeffrey Stewart Claire Kelly ... Genevieve Corey Allen ... Cookie La Motte Lewis Charles ... Danny Rimett David Opatoshu ... Lou Forbes Kem Dibbs ... Joey Vulner Patrick McVey ... Detective O'Malley Barbara Lang ... Party Girl / Ginger D'Amour Myrna Hansen ... Party Girl / Joy Hampton Betty Utey ... Party Girl / Cindy Consuelo etc. Music by Nicholas Brodszky Performed by Tony Martin (uncredited)
Choreographed by Bob Sidney, who specialized in numbers for non-musicals and TV specials. The two in 'Party Girl' may be his best.
It was a tough shoot. Director Nick Ray did not want to do the story but had to be docile after bouts with drugs and booze. Cyd feared the slump in popularity of musicals would kill her career; she knew she was an indifferent actress and complained that Ray neither gave her guidance nor knew how to shoot dance. As usual she queened it on set and was unpopular. Yet 'Party Girl' was profitable and has become a cult showpiece.
Entregou tudo, pura perfeição
It’s 3 AM in the morning ... and i gave up on hip hop and embraced Cyd ... absolutely awesome 👏 !!
So beautiful and mesmerizing
There is a neat symmetry about Robert Taylor's time at MGM. He was under contract for 24 years, a record for a Hollywood headliner. The first film in which he was noticed was 'Broadway Melody of 1936' in which he besottedly admired a brilliant dancer, Eleanor Powell. His last hit at Metro was 'Party Girl', where he did the same thing. In the meantime he had acquired a moustache.
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Ah! if he likes this place, it is forever of its videotape, I won't change it for any other one, thank you.
By 1958 Charisse and Taylor were the last contract players at MGM still at work in Culver City. He was 47, she was 36. Did any stars age better?
Did anyone hear the Pink Panther theme right in the beginning... or was it just me??
Interesting - she had polio as a child.
Yes, the dancing is great, but the trumpet section in the musical accompaniment was fantastic too. Most likely we're hearing the great MGM lead trumpet player Uan Rasey.
Primera vez q veo esta mujer y estoy facinado con los videos de sus peliculas
I8aZBb36MUM&t=2m04s 2:04 spinning like that with high heels ! wow
Charisse PER-FEI-TA. ❤️😍🇧🇷💎👏 Cinema: o nome disso é CINEMA!
I just watched this movie-her legs were insured for 5 million dollars-gee,i wonder why?
I8aZBb36MUM&t=1m30s 1:30 😩