Manhattan Merry-Go-Round (1937) - Rotten Tomatoes

Manhattan Merry-Go-Round (1937)





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In this musical comedy, a crooked record producer uses his mob connections to force performers to do their stuff. The trouble really begins when the gangster's strong-arm tactics nearly cause a singer to lose his fiancée. A wide variety of entertainers appear including cowboy crooner Gene Autry, baseball hero Joe DiMaggio, and big band stars Cab Calloway, Ted Lewis, and the Kay Thompson Singers. Songs include "Mamma I Wanna Make Rhythm," "Manhattan Merry-Go-Round," "Heaven?," "I Owe You," and "It's Round-up Time in Reno."

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Leo Carrillo
as Tony Gordoni
Phil Regan
as Jerry Hart
Ann Dvorak
as Ann Rogers
Tamara Geva
as Charlizzini
James Gleason
as Danny The Duck
Luis Alberni
as Martinetti
Selmer Jackson
as J. Henry Thorne
Selmar Jackson
as J. Henry Thorne
Eddie Kane
as Mcmurray
Moroni Olsen
as Jonathan
Nellie V. Nichols
as Momma Gordoni
Gennaro Curci
as Michael Angelo
Sam Finn
as Speed
Al Herman
as Blackie
Bob Perry
as Baldy
Joe DiMaggio
as Himself
Gene Autry
as Himself
Dorothy Arnold
as uncredited dancer
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Critic Reviews for Manhattan Merry-Go-Round

All Critics (1)

Altogether, Manhattan Merry-Go-Round is the sort of film that seems to require a traffic officer more than it does a director. There's plenty of entertainment, however, for movie-goers who like their entertainment that way.

July 23, 2019 | Full Review…

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