New Faces (1954)

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Get a sneak peek at Broadway's biggest future stars back when they were struggling actors just striving for a taste of the big time in this release of stage producer Leonard Sillman's popular +New Faces musical revue. Filmed in 1952 and featuring a series of sketches penned by Ronny Graham and Mel Brooks (credited here as Melvin Brooks), this Broadway production features Eartha Kitt performing memorable renditions of "Uskadara," "Santa Baby," and "C'Est Si Bon" as well as a side-splitting sketch featuring Paul Lynde and Ronny Graham impersonating a series of comical characters. A wraparound skit concerning an enraged Texas creditor who is threatening to shut down the stage show ties the whole program together, and a look at the performers preparing for the show backstage captures all the magic and energy of a big-city stage show in the making.

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Highly entertaining revue.

Dec 8, 2002 | Rating: 3.5/5

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