New York Town

(1941)
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Overview

Victor Ballard, a happy-go-lucky albeit impoverished sidewalk photographer, shares a New York City studio apartment with Polish immigrant painter Stefan Janowski. The big city doles out joy and misery indiscriminately: In the apartment below Victor and Steve, Gus Nelson learns that his wife has given birth to quintuplets, while the lonely tenant in the apartment below Gus has given up on life and committed suicide.

  1. Charles Vidor

    Director

  2. Lewis Meltzer

    Screenplay

  3. Jo Swerling

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Fred MacMurray

    Fred MacMurray

    Victor Ballard

  2. Mary Martin

    Mary Martin

    Alexandra Curtis

  3. Robert Preston

    Robert Preston

    Paul Bryson, Jr.

  4. Akim Tamiroff

    Akim Tamiroff

    Stefan Janowski

  5. Lynne Overman

    Lynne Overman

    Sam

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New York Town
New York Town

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Status Released

Release Information

  • October 31, 1941
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 34m

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