Rodgers and Hart's pioneering bitter musical, from John O'Hara's play about a backstabbing nightclub star, was considerably softened for its 1957 screen version. A pity, because the cast—Frank Sinatra, Kim Novak, and Rita Hayworth—might have been brilliant. George Sidney directed, as oblivious to the implications as if he were making The Harvey Girls again. With Bobby Sherwood and Barbara Nichols.
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