Broadway Danny Rose

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(out of 5)

This wonderful comedy by finds the great director smack dab in the middle of his greatest successes of the eighties. He plays a small-time talent agent who is asked by his star client, a loud-mouthed lounge singer (), to take his mistress () to a party as his date. Allen agrees in order to prevent his client’s wife from finding out about Farrow, but his adventures with her grow more and more bizarre until he realizes he loves her himself. Shot in gorgeous black-and-white, the film has a Felliniesque sense of wonder to it that is made perfect by the bittersweet ending. A lovely tribute to romance and the beauty of the Big Apple, it also features one of Farrow’s best performances in a totally uncharacteristic part for her, and one of Allen’s most delightful screenplays. Also features cameo appearances by famous comedians playing themselves, including ,  and .


USA, 1984

Directed by Woody Allen

Screenplay by Woody Allen

Cinematography by

Produced by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by

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Academy Award Nominations
Best Directing (Woody Allen)
Best Writing (Screenplay Written Directly For The Screen) (Woody Allen)

Golden Globe Award Nomination
Best Performance By An Actress in a Motion Picture-Comedy or Musical (Mia Farrow)

Writers Guild Award
Best Original Screenplay

British Academy Award
Best Screenplay – Original



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