The Bowery Movie Review 1933

Information and Film Reviews for The Bowery the Movie

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Chuck Connors (Beery) owns a saloon on New York's Bowery in the 1890s and is a friendly rival to daredevil gambler Steve Brodie (Raft). Only things aren't so friendly when the men both fall for hard-luck dame Lucy (Wray). Connors proposes that Brodie jump off the Brooklyn Bridge (a feat he allegedly accomplished before) to impress Lucy and offers ownership of his saloon as added incentive. Cooper, who starred opposite Beery in 1931's "The Champ," plays streetwise orphan Swipes McGurk.

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Nostalgia Family Video/Hollywood's Attic, PO Box 606, Baker City, OR 97814, Toll-free: 800-784-3362, Email: info@nostalgiafamilyvideo.com, URL: http://www.nostalgiafamilyvideo.com

Available on VHS
Running time 92 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
New York, New York, Period Piece: 19th Century, Buddies, Bar & Grill
Screenplay
Howard Estabrook
Cast
Wallace Beery, George Raft, Fay Wray, Jackie Cooper, Pert Kelton
Cinematography
Barney McGill
Director
Raoul Walsh
Music
Alfred Newman

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