Pal Joey (1957) - (Movie Clip) A Dog To Replace Snuffy
Accidental boarding-house roommate and San Francisco night club colleague Linda (Kim Novak) tricks slippery Joey (Frank Sinatra, title character) into proving his professed love for pets, in Pal Joey, 1957, based on the Broadway musical, from stories by John OHara.
Pal Joey - (Original Trailer)
Get a lesson in "Joey's Jargon" from Frank Sinatra himself, on the set of Pal Joey (1957).
Pal Joey (1957) -- (Movie Clip) I Could Write A Book
Planning to lure hot-property performer Linda (Kim Novak) to the club hes about to open, singer Joey (Frank Sinatra, title character) disses their current boss (Hank Henry) then works his charms with the Rodgers & Hart standard from the Broadway original, in Pal Joey, 1957.
Pal Joey (1957) -- (Movie Clip) Vanessa The Undresser
Kim Novak standing by to model fashion, Frank Sinatra the title character, Bobby Sherwood his pal at the piano, all invited from the club to a San Francisco society gig hosted by Rita Hayworth as Vera, in her first scene, some recalling her past, with another Rodgers and Hart tune, this one not from the Broadway musical, in Pal Joey, 1957.
Pal Joey (1957) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Here's Your Ticket
Director George Sidneys opening, shot at the Berkeley, California train station, introduces Frank Sinatra (title character) followed by the first of many San Francisco location scenes, in Pal Joey, 1957, also starring Rita Hayworth and Kim Novak, from the Rodgers & Hart musical.