Pal Joey

Pal Joey may refer to:

  • Pal Joey (novel), a 1940 epistolary novel by John O'Hara
  • Pal Joey (musical), a 1940 musical based on the novel
  • Pal Joey (film), a 1957 film, loosely adapted from the musical of the same name
  • Pal Joey (Kenny Drew album), 1959

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Pal Joey (film)
... Pal Joey is a 1957 American musical film, loosely adapted from the musical play of the same name, and starring Rita Hayworth, Frank Sinatra, and Kim Novak ... - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for his role as the wise-cracking, hard-bitten Joey Evans ... Know What Time It Was," "I Could Write a Book" and "There's A Small Hotel." Pal Joey is also one of Frank Sinatra's few post-From Here to Eternity movies in ...
Pal Joey (film) - Critical Reception and Box Office
... to positive reviews on October 25, 1957, Pal Joey was an instant success with critics and the general public alike ... The Variety review summarized "Pal Joey is a strong, funny entertainment ... With box office rentals of $4.7 million, Pal Joey was ranked by Variety as one of the ten highest earning films of 1957 ...
Pal Joey (musical) - Critical Response - Legacy
... "the two leads and Linda are extremely well-drawn", and that though "Pal Joey is tough, its script true to its characters" ... Historians Everett and Laird wrote that Pal Joey is the "most important work produced by Rodgers and Hart", and is the "most integrated of their musicals" ...
63rd Tony Awards - Competitive Awards
... Joe Turner's Come and Gone Mary Stuart Waiting for Godot Hair Guys and Dolls Pal Joey West Side Story Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play Best ... as Diana Goodman Stockard Channing – Pal Joey as Vera Simpson Sutton Foster – Shrek the Musical as Princess Fiona Allison Janney – 9 to 5 as Violet Newstead Josefina Scaglione ... Wilkinson Martha Plimpton – Pal Joey as Gladys Bumps Carole Shelley – Billy Elliot the Musical as Grandma Best Book of a Musical Best Original Score (Music ...

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