GANG'S ALL HERE, THE (1943)

Berkeley, Busby (director)

Published by 20th Century Fox, 1943
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Vintage original 11 x 14' (28 x 35 cm.) title lobby card, USA. Alice Faye, Carmen Miranda, Phil Baker, Charlotte Greenwood, Edward Everett Horton, Eugene Pallette, Benny Goodman and Orchestra, dir: Busby Berkeley; 20th Century Fox. One of the grandest of the 1940s Fox Technicolor musicals, highlighted by the legendary and highly provocative Busby Berkeley-engineered musical number "The Lady in the Tooty Fruity Hat" with Carmen Miranda and a multitude of bare mid-drifted chorus girls who attacked strawberries with giant bananas. The songs included the Harry Warren classic "No Love, No Nothin'", sung by sultry-voiced contralto Alice Faye. In the early 1970s this musical classic was given cult status when it was revived and considered psychedelic. This lively title card featuring the stars with Goodman and his orchestra has one pinhole each toward the edges of each of the four corners, minor bumps and creases at each of the four corners and minor wear toward the top left edge of the card. ABOUT FINE. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: GANG'S ALL HERE, THE (1943)
Publisher: 20th Century Fox
Publication Date: 1943
Binding: No Binding
Book Condition: Fine

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Berkeley, Busby (director, choreographer); Walter Bullock (screenwriter); Alice Faye, Carmen Miranda, and featuring Benny Goodman and his orchestra (starring)
Published by Twentieth Century-Fox, Los Angeles (1970)
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Book Description Twentieth Century-Fox, Los Angeles, 1970. US one sheet poster for the 1970s re-release of 1943 film. Nominated for an Academy Award. Considered by many to be Busby Berkeley's masterpiece (though there are several high spots to choose from), "The Gang's All Here" is indisputably the master film choreographer's wildest and most ambitious effort, with staging and camerawork that are still somewhat unexplainable today, and shot in blazing Technicolor to boot. The film also boasts Carmen Miranda's finest hour, the sparkling "Girl in the Tutti-Frutti Hat." Shot on location in Los Angeles, California. 27 x 41 inches (69 x 104 cm), folded. Very Good plus, with a red holograph ink notation to the verso, pin holes, and light wear along the folds.Hirschhorn, p. 232. Bookseller Inventory # 139973

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Berkeley, Busby (director, choreographer); Walter Bullock (screenwriter); Alice Faye, Carmen Miranda, and featuring Benny Goodman and his orchestra (starring)
Published by Twentieth Century-Fox, Los Angeles (1943)
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Book Description Twentieth Century-Fox, Los Angeles, 1943. Revised Final Script for the 1943 film musical, here under its working title, "The Girls He Left Behind." Directed by Busby Berekeley, written for the screen by Walter Bullock, Tom Bridges, George Root, Jr., and Nancy Wintner (with only Bullock credited here), and starring Alice Faye, Carmen Miranda, and featuring Benny Goodman and his orchestra. Considered by many to be Berkeley's masterpiece (though there are several high spots to choose from), "The Gang's All Here" is indisputably the master film choreographer's wildest and most ambitious effort, with staging and camerawork that are still somewhat unexplainable today, and shot in blazing Technicolor to boot. The film also boasts Carmen Miranda's finest hour, the sparkling "Girl in the Tutti-Frutti Hat." Red titled wrappers, stamped REVISED FINAL on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped project No. 870 and copy No. 53, dated April 19, 1943, and with the holograph file notation "Env. 1474" at the top right corner, and the correct final title, "The Gang's All Here" in the same hand just above the printed working title. Distribution page present, with receipt intact. Title page present, with a credit for screenwriter Bullock. 115 leaves, mimeograph, with blue revision pages throughout, dated variously between 4/26/43 and 6/2/43, Pages and wrapper Near Fine, bound with two gold brads. Hirschhorn, p. 232. Bookseller Inventory # 116111

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