" Bloodhounds Of Broadway " - the movie . A screen version of short stories written by Damon Runon . The film premiered first on May 15 at the Cannes Film Festival, and then only in the States on November 3.
|Bloodhounds from the Broadway|
|Bloodhounds of broadway|
|Producer||Howard Bruckner |
|Howard Bruckner |
|In the main|
|Film company||American Playhouse Theatrical Films|
Madonna performed the song "I Surrender Dear" in the film.
The interweaving of several stories taking place on New Year's Eve. The duration of 1928 is the time of cold champagne, private detectives and little singers of bars, who know all the secrets of the city. Madonna (Hortense Hattway in the film), along with Jennifer Gray (Lovely Lou) play the singer and dancers of the club in which the main action of the film takes place. Bandit Ragret (Matt Dillon) is trying to leave the criminal business, but his friends will not let him go until he completes the last deal ... You never know what can happen on New Year's Eve ...
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