Broadway Through a Keyhole

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Broadway Through a Keyhole
Directed by Lowell Sherman
Produced by William Goetz
Raymond Griffith
Written by C. Graham Baker
Gene Towne (screenplay)
Walter Winchell (original story)
Music by Alfred Newman
Distributed by United Artists
Release dates 2 November 1933
Running time 90 min.
Country  United States
Language English

Broadway Through a Keyhole (1933), also billed as Broadway Thru a Keyhole, is an American musical film, produced by 20th Century Pictures and released by United Artists.

The film is perhaps most notable for the New York City speakeasy proprietress Texas Guinan appearing as a fictionalized version of herself. The film also features early appearances by Lucille Ball, Ann Sothern, and Susan Fleming. The film is based on an original story by Broadway columnist Walter Winchell.


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