42nd Street 1933 Musical Film | Warner Baxter, Bebe Daniels

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42nd Street plot from IMDb: "When the leading lady of a Broadway musical breaks her ankle, she is replaced by a young unknown actress, who becomes the star of the show."

42nd Street trailer on IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0024034/

Directed by Lloyd Bacon

Produced by Darryl F. Zanuck

Screenplay by Rian James, James Seymour

Based on 42nd Street by Bradford Ropes

Music by Harry Warren (music), Al Dubin (lyrics)

Cinematography: Sol Polito

Edited by Thomas Pratt, Frank Ware

Distributed by Warner Bros.

Release date: March 9, 1933 (Strand Theatre), March 11, 1933 (United States)

Running time: 89 minutes

Budget: $439,000

Box office: $2.3 million

Cast and Characters:

Warner Baxter as Julian Marsh

Bebe Daniels as Dorothy Brock

George Brent as Pat Denning

Ruby Keeler as Peggy Sawyer

Guy Kibbee as Abner Dillon

Una Merkel as Lorraine Fleming

Ginger Rogers as Ann Lowell (aka "Anytime Annie")

Ned Sparks as Barry

Dick Powell as Billy Lawler

Allen Jenkins as Mac Elroy, the stage manager

Edward J. Nugent as Terry, a chorus boy

Robert McWade as Jones

George E. Stone as Andy Lee

Toby Wing as Blonde in "Young and Healthy" Number

42nd Street Soundtrack Songs:

"You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me" – sung by Bebe Daniels

"It Must Be June" – sung by Bebe Daniels, Dick Powell and the chorus

"Shuffle Off to Buffalo" Song Clip – sung and danced by Ruby Keeler and Clarence Nordstrom, with Ginger Rogers, Una Merkel and the chorus

"Young and Healthy" – sung by Dick Powell to Toby Wing and the chorus

"42nd Street" – sung and danced by Ruby Keeler, and sung by Dick Powell