Sweet Charity - (Original Trailer)
A taxi dancer (Shirley MacLaine) is unlucky in love in Bob Fosse's musical Sweet Charity(1969).
Sweet Charity (1969) -- (Movie Clip) If My Friends Could See Me Now
Another hit from the Broadway musical, by Cy Coleman and Dorothy Fields, Bob Fosse directs title character Shirley MacLaine, the taxi dancer given refuge in the Manhattan digs of Italian actor Vittorio (Ricardo Montalban), in Sweet Charity, 1969, based on Fellini's Nights Of Cabiria.
Sweet Charity (1969) -- (Movie Clip) I'm In Australia!
As in the original scene in Fellini's Nights Of Cabiria, Shirley MacLaine (title character) has been robbed and pushed from a Central Park bridge by her boyfriend, later spinning the event for colleagues Paula Kelly and Chita Rivera, in Bob Fosse's Sweet Charity, 1969.
Sweet Charity (1969) -- (Movie Clip) Open, The Adventures Of A Girl
From first-time movie director Bob Fosse and composer Cy Coleman, a breezy contemporary Manhattan opening, introducing Shirley MacLaine in the title role, in the box-office flop big-screen version of Fosse's Broadway musical, Sweet Charity, 1969.
Sweet Charity (1969) -- (Movie Clip) The Rhythm Of Life
Bob Fosse directing his first movie, from his Broadway show, stages a number for Sammy Davis Jr., who's Big Daddy, head of a New York