|Broadway Through a Keyhole|
|Directed by||Lowell Sherman|
|Produced by||William Goetz|
|Written by||C. Graham Baker|
Gene Towne (screenplay)
|Story by||Walter Winchell|
|Music by||Alfred Newman|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
New York City speakeasy proprietress Texas Guinan appears as a fictionalized version of herself in the film. It also features early appearances by Lucille Ball, Ann Sothern, and Susan Fleming. The film is based on an original story by Broadway columnist Walter Winchell.
Racketeer Frank Rocci is smitten with Joan Whelan, a dancer at Texas Guinan's famous Broadway night spot. He uses his influence to help her get a starring role in the show, hoping that it will also get Joan to fall in love with him. After scoring a hit, Joan accepts Frank's marriage proposal, more out of gratitude than love. The situation gets even stickier when she falls for a handsome band leader during a trip to Florida. Can she tell Frank she's in love with someone else?
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