Gypsy (1993)




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Based on a Broadway play and featuring the Jule Styne and Stephen Sondheim score, this is a remake of the 1962 movie which was based on the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee, a stripper, depicting her life growing up in "show biz." ~ Tana Hobart, Rovi
Comedy , Musical & Performing Arts
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Cabin Fever Entertainment

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Peter Riegert
as Herbie
Cynthia Gibb
as Louise
Christine Ebersole
as Tessie Tura
Linda Hart
as Miss Mazeppa
Michael Jeter
as Mr. Goldstone
Andrea Martin
as Miss Cratchitt
Terry Lindholm
as Flagstaff
Lang Yun
as Waitress
Gilles Savard
as Bougeron-Cochon
Elisabeth Moss
as Baby Louise
Tony Shalhoub
as Uncle Jocko
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Critic Reviews for Gypsy

All Critics (5)

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Full Review… | June 23, 2006
Time Out
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FineTV production of Merman vehicle with Divine Bette in great form.

April 27, 2007

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June 15, 2005

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January 29, 2005
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

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August 22, 2003
Las Vegas Review-Journal

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Full Review… | May 24, 2003

Audience Reviews for Gypsy


I'm always a little surprised by how lackluster a show Gypsy somehow ends up being. It's long and meandering and you really need someone with incredible charisma to carry the Mama Rose role. Bette Midler is passable, but nothing special. (Though neither was Rosalind Russell in the original.) She doesn't particularly shine in any of the musical numbers, and neither do any of her co-stars. Cynthia Gibb is probably the best of the cast, playing an awkward girl who suddenly discovers she has talent she never knew about. I enjoyed bits of the movie but not enough to make it worth recommending.

Hannah Megill
Hannah Megill

Bette Midler is my favorite Rose out of the two I've seen. She's disturbingly intrusive because that's who she is as a person and coincidentally that's who Rose is too. When she sings Rose's Turn it's actually kind of revelatory because she's so...vulnerable for a second. I know this is just a TV movie but I really, really enjoy it. The singing is a thousand times better. But in general this script and music and lyrics are just really, really good no matter who's in it. Even though the ending is too 1950s Hollywood...yick. Give me manic breakdown anyday.

Jennifer Xu
Jennifer Xu

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I still like the older one better, but I LOVE Peter Riegert. He was PERFECT in his roll. man... he should be in more movies.

Elizabeth W
Elizabeth W

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