Starring: Charles Tamburro, Timothy Blake, Liza Minnelli, Peter Savage, Joey Forman, Leslie Summers, Nicky Blair, Dick Miller, Sydney Guilaroff, Peter Fain, Lionel Stander, Bill Baldwin, George Memmoli, Marty Zagon, Robert De Niro, Roosevelt Smith, Georgie Auld, Kathi McGinnis, Eddie Smith, Shera Danese, Jay Salerno, Selma Archerd, Mardik Martin, Barry Primus, Jon Cutler, Hank Robinson, Diahnne Abbott, Dimitri Logothetis, Mary Kay Place, DeForest Covan, Richard Raymond, Mary Lindsay, Clarence Clemons, Bet
Director: Martin Scorsese
Martin Scorsese combined the splashy atmosphere of the old studio musical with an unromanticized marriage story in his valentine to Hollywood and the Big Band era. On V-J Day 1945, newly minted civilian saxophonist Jimmy Doyle (Robert De Niro) meets USO singer Francine Evans (Liza Minnelli) at a dance, but she rebuffs every advance that he makes. A day and a hotel lobby meeting later, Jimmy finally wins Francine over after she uses her pop instincts to save his too-jazzy audition at a nightclub. When she goes on tour with Frankie Harte (Georgie Auld) and his Orchestra, Jimmy tracks her down, taking a job with the orchestra to be with her. Together on stage, they make beautiful music; off stage they marry, but the struggle between two artists begins to take its toll. Unable to understand that Francine's needs and talents are just as important as his, and unwilling to compromise his music for security, Jimmy abandons Francine after their baby is born. Separately, the two succeed even more, as Francine becomes a music and movie star, while Jimmy has a top hit and opens a jazz club. When they are reunited several years later, the pair must decide if their relationship is worth another try. ~ Lucia Bozzola, Rovi.
Disc One:, Martin Scorsese's introduction to New York, New York, Audio commentary by director Martin Scorsese and film critic Carrie Rickey, Alternate takes/deleted scenes, Photo gallery, , Disc Two:, The New York, New York Stories Part One, The New York, New York Stories Part Two, Liza on New York, New York, Commentary on selected scenes by Laszlo Kovacs, asc, .
|Studio Name:||20th Century Fox Home Entertainment|
|DVD Release Date:||12/04/2007|
|Run Time (in minutes):||163 minutes|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.2|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||5.5 x 0.5 x 7.44|
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