Rose of Washington Square (1939)
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Editor's NoteThe final Faye-Powers film. Alice Faye plays a Ziegfield starlet who stands by her conniving husband. "April Showers" and "I'm Just Wild About Harry" shine in this musical based on, though not credited to, Fanny Brice.
Cast & Crew
|Darryl F. Zanuck - Producer|
|Nunnally Johnson - Screenwriter|
|Karl Freund - Cinematographer|
|Louis Loeffler - Editor|
|Richard Day - Art Director|
|Nunnally Johnson - Producer|
|Rudolph Sternad - Production Designer|
|Louis Silvers - Music Director|
|Gregory Ratoff - Director|
Plot SummaryTyrone Power stars as confidence man and gambler Bart Clinton in this rags to riches melodrama set against the backdrop of the Great White Way. | Ted Cotter falls for Rose when the two are just starting out in the world of vaudeville. Upon becoming a star, Ted helps the young woman make her name on Broadway. Instead of marrying Ted, however, Rose falls in love, and weds, the good-for-nothing Bart Clinton. Even when Bart skips bail, Rose continues to pine for her husband -- completely ignoring Ted's earnest affection for her. But her patience is not in vain, as Bart slowly begins to realize the error of his ways.