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Broadway Danny Rose (1984)

by Woody Allen

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This was one of those "required for conversion" movies by one of the rabbis I was working with.

So, 30 minutes into the show and we get our first Jew reference. As an Italian, I am completely offended by the Italians in this movie. We are NOT like that at all. Woody Allen is also not funny at all, I just don't get it. Just because there is a Jew in a movie, doesn't make it a Jewish movie.
  melsmarsh | Feb 16, 2013 |
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Comedy about an agent Broadway Danny Rose and his attempt to revive the sagging career of the overweight, aging lounge singer, Lou Canova. Danny has finally booked Lou at the Waldorf, but Lou won't go on unless his girlfriend Tina is there on opening night. It's Danny's quest to round up Tina, an attempt that lands him right in the middle of a gangland battle.… (more)

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