New York, New York (1977)

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163 min.
Plot  The story opens on V-J Day in 1945. A massive celebration in a New York City nightclub is underway, music provided by the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra. While there, selfish and smooth-talking saxophone player Jimmy Doyle (De Niro), meets small-time USO singer Francine Evans (Minnelli), who, although lonely, still wants nothing to do with Jimmy, who keeps pestering her for her phone number.

The next morning, they end up sharing a cab, and, against her will, Francine accompanies Jimmy to an audition. There he gets into an argument with the club owner. Francine, to get the audition back on track, begins to sing the old standard, "You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me"; Jimmy joins in on his sax. The club owner is impressed and, to Francine's astonishment, they are both offered a job—a boy-girl act. From that moment on, Jimmy and Francine's relationship deepens into a mix of obsession and love. But there are problems—mainly, Jimmy's tendency to fight with his co-workers, and his increasing...
  

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Cast

Liza Minnelli
Francine Evans
Robert De Niro
Jimmy Doyle
Lionel Stander
Tony Harwell
Barry Primus
Paul Wilson
Mary Kay Place
Bernice Bennett
Frank Sivero
Eddie DiMuzio
Dick Miller
Palm Club Owner

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New York, New York
English Original Title

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Country

United States

Language

English

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