Angels Over Broadway (1940) was a Adventure - Comedy Film directed by Lee Garmes and Ben Hecht and produced by Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Ben Hecht.
Academy Awards 1940 --- Ceremony Number 13 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Writing||Ben Hecht||Nominated|
Angels Over Broadway (1940) with Douglas Fairbanks Jr.By Orson De Welles on Dec 24, 2015 From Classic Film Freak
Share This! A HECTIC ROMANCE TO BLOW THE FUSES OUT ALONG MAZDA LANE! Among the list of films which perhaps don?t get the attention they deserve is 1940?s Angels Over Broadway, a title which plays a few ways over the course of a compact 78 minute running time.?? The film, which was written and direct... Read full article
Angels Over Broadway (1940)on Jul 8, 2015 From Journeys in Classic Film
I started off with two of Rita Hayworth’s most legendary performances (Gilda and The Lady From Shanghai) and for final three days of her July Five tribute we’ll be looking at a few of her lesser known films. Released six years before Hayworth “put the blame on Mame,” Angels O... Read full article
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Bill O'Brien: You ain't no buzzard's dish either - not when I'm around!
Bill O'Brien: [on the telephone] Hello, Dutch? Bill O'Brien! Say listen, I'm over at the Pigeon Club takin' in the sights, and, uh, I ran into somethin' that I thought might be of mutual interest to us. An out-of-town job came shoo-shooing in here a while ago and throwin' away money like birdseed.
Nina Barone: Where are you from?
Bill O'Brien: [laughs] I fell out of a policeman's whistle in Times Square.
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