Cover Girl

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Genre: Musical & Performing Arts
Director: Charles Vidor - Director/Screenwriter/Editor
Theatrical Release: 1944
Rated: Not Rated
Length: 107 mins
Studio: Sony Pictures Home
Format: DVD
Language: English

Rusty Parker (Rita Hayworth) longs to leave behind her job as a Brooklyn dancer and be a Broadway star. Things begin to look up for her when she enters a "Cover Girl"<BR>contest--she reminds the wealthy publisher of a lost love, and lands on the cover. As fate would have it, she is the granddaughter of the woman who broke the publisher's heart. Thus, Rusty begins a winning streak which sees her gathering the attentions of several wealthy men...but is it really the faithful Danny McGuire (Gene Kelly) whom she loves? This very funny Kern and Gershwin music features many lavish production numbers featuring the stunning Hayworth, great dancing by Kelly, and strong supporting roles from Phil Silvers and Eve Arden. Academy Award Nominations: 5. Academy Awards: Best Scoring of a Musical Picture.;

Language Usage   Subtitled
Release Language   English
Color   Color
HiFi Sound   N
Surround Sound   N
Digital Sound   N
Stereo Sound   N
CXEncoding   N
AC3Sound   N
THXSound   N
DTSStereo   N
Unedited Version   N
Collector's Edition   N
Director's Cut   N
Closed Captioned   Y
Letterboxed   N
Charles Vidor - Director/Screenwriter/Editor
Phil Silvers - Actor, THE PHIL SILVERS SHOW; COVER GIRL; A FUNNY THING HAPP
Eve Arden - American actress, STAGE DOOR, MILDRED PIERCE, GREASE
Stanley Donen - Director/producer/choreographer
Lee Bowman - American Actor
Jinx Falkenberg -
Otto Kruger - American Actor
Arthur Schwartz - American Composer/Producer
Virginia Van Upp -
Marion Parsonnet - Screenwriter
Paul Gangelin -
Erwin Gelsey - Writer
Allen M. Davey - Cinematographer
Viola Lawrence - Editor
Carmen Dragon - Composer
Lionel Banks - Production Designer
Cary Odell - Art Director
Fay Babcock - Set Decorator/Cover Girl
Travis Banton -
Gwen Wakeling - Costume Designer
Muriel King - Costumes/Wardrobe/Gowns
Kenneth Hopkins -
Val Raset - Choreographer
Seymour Felix - American Choreographer
USA Today
02/23/1990
"...The prototypical Rita Hayworth musical...[with] knockout d?cor and cinematography..."
Academy Awards Best Adapted or Musical Song/Score Winner 1944
Academy Awards Best Adapted or Musical Song/Score Winner 1944

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