Carmen Miranda, Don Ameche, William Bendix, and Vivian Blaine in Greenwich Village (1944)

Greenwich Village (1944)

1h. 22min. // During the year 1922, a newcomer to the world of composition named Kenneth Harvey makes his way to New York from Kansas with the aspiration of publishing his concerto. In the city, he encounters Danny O’Mara, the proprietor of an establishment that operates secretly, known as a speakeasy, who dreams of staging a grand show on Broadway. Ken’s circumstances start to improve when he becomes enamored with Bonnie Watson, a vocalist. However, while he toils away on the orchestration of his work, O’Mara is covertly modifying his melodies for the Greenwich Village Gaieties.


Directed by: Walter Lang

Writing Credits: Earl Baldwin (screenplay)Walter Bullock (screenplay)

Starring: Carmen Miranda (as Princess Querida O’Toole), Don Ameche (as Kenneth Harvey) and William Bendix (as Danny O’Mara)


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Betty Comden, Adolph Green, and Judy Holliday in Greenwich Village (1944)

Carmen Miranda, William Bendix, and B.S. Pully in Greenwich Village (1944)


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