Bloodhounds of Broadway (1989)


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The scene is Broadway: the time is New Year's Eve, 1928. Small-town girl-turned-hoofer Hortense Hathaway loves gambler Feet Samuels. Since it is known far and wide that Feet has not a penny to his name, he must find some way to pay off his debts in a hurry.

Rating: PG (violence)
Genre: Drama, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Colman de Kay, Howard Brookner
In Theaters:
On DVD: May 4, 2004
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment


as Hortense Hathaway

as Feet Samuels

as Lovey Lou

as Harriet MacKyle

as Handsome Jack Maddig...

as Basil Valentine

as Waldo Winchester

as Missouri Martin

as The Brain

as Waiter

as Crunch Sweeney

as John Wangle

as Maud Milligan

as Hotfoot Harry

as Johnny Crackow

as Daffy Jack

as Marvin Clay

as Sam the Skate

as Widow Mary

as Woman on Corner

as Inspector McNamara

as Charlotte

as McGinty

as Doc Bodeeker

as Cab Driver

as Long George

as Judge Witherspoon

as Soupy Mike

as Big Shelley

as Minnie the Shrimp

as Whining Willie

as Rodent Ralph

as "300 Club" Musician

as Fleming Meeks

as Cynthia Harris

as Showgirl

as Bobby Baker

as Joey the Toothpick

as Goodtime Nate Fishki...

as Doc Frischer

as Hymie Weisberger

as Showgirl

as Showgirl
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Critic Reviews for Bloodhounds of Broadway

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Full Review… | March 26, 2009
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Full Review… | February 9, 2006
Time Out
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Full Review… | August 30, 2004
New York Times
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Audience Reviews for Bloodhounds of Broadway


I think the film had too many characters to really get in depth with any of them - that was my biggest complaint about it. I got the movie for my Madonna collection, and other than the singing, it was kind of a different character than what she normally plays - so it was definately enjoyable to see that.

Sarah Prisbylla

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Leo L

Super Reviewer

Not bad, but not that great either. The Cotton Club is a much better period piece during the same era.

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