Anything Goes (1936) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Lewis Milestone and produced by Benjamin Glazer.
Anything goes in pre-codes!By Vanessa Buttino on Oct 7, 2013 From Stardust
Anything goes in pre-codes! Chester Morris & Jean Harlow heat up the screen in Red Headed Woman (1932) Today's lesson: things I've learned from watching pre-codes! This should be fun ... Pre-codes are those snazzy, zippy pictures you're always hearing about: films that were released i... Read full article
Anything Goes (1956)on Aug 11, 2013 From Journeys in Classic Film
I haven’t seen Anything Goes performed on-stage, but I was aware of the differences between this film and its staged production (as well as the 1936 adaptation of the play).? In my research I discovered that the only similarities are the title, and its setting on a cruise ship.? The lack of co... Read full article
Anything GoesBy RBuccicone on Dec 20, 2011 From MacGuffin Movies
Anything Goes (1956) ???? I have been wanting for some time to see any version of Anything Goes I can manage to because I am such a big Cole Porter fan. The version I found is one of three featuring Bing Crosby in a lead part. He starred in the Broadway play, a 1936 version and this one, which has a... Read full article
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Reno Sweeney: [singing] In olden days a glimpse of stocking / Was looked on as something shocking, / Now, Heaven knows, / Anything goes!
[as she sings the words "anything goes", the title of the film appears onscreen]
Reno Sweeney: [angrily, to Billy] You never even laid a hand on me, and I'm not used to a man treating me like that!
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The original Broadway stage production of "Anything Goes" opened at the Alvin Theater in New York City on November 21, 1934 starring Ethel Merman and ran for 420 performances.
Ethel Merman later starred in a TV production of "Anything Goes" with Frank Sinatra and Bert Lahr telecast live on Feb. 28, 1954: Anything Goes.
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