Ziegfeld Follies (1946)
Greatest Production Since the Birth of Motion Pictures!
|A star-studded salute to broadway's most opulent producer.|
Editor's NoteThis MGM spectacular features many of the greatest stars of the theater and screen. A lavish salute to Broadway's most opulent producer.
Cast & Crew
|Albert Akst - Editor|
|Arthur Freed - Producer|
|Charles Rosher - Cinematographer|
|George J. Folsey - Cinematographer|
|Harry Warren - Original Music By|
|John Murray Anderson, et. al. - Writer|
|Lemuel Ayers, et. al. - Director|
|Roger Edens - Original Music By|
Plot Summary"Ziegfeld Follies of 1946": Some of Metro Goldwyn Mayer's greatest performers star in this lavish tribute to the late, one-of-a-kind Broadway producer Florenz Ziegfeld.| The film begins in heaven, with Ziegfeld imagining what one final, grand revue would look like. A series of musical and comedy sketches follow, each featuring MGM's top stars.| There's an opulent water ballet sequence starring Esther Williams, dances featuring Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly, a comedy sketch with Red Skelton as a drunk television announcer, and much more. "Ziegfeld Follies" has something to entertain everyone.
|Cannes Film Festival, Ziegfeld Follies, Best Musical Comedy|