Slow Dancing in the Big City is a 1978 film directed by John G. Avildsen and starring Paul Sorvino and Anne Ditchburn.This was the first film made by Avildsen after 1976's Rocky won Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director.
Slow Dancing in the Big City: Directed by John G. Avildsen. With Paul Sorvino, Anne Ditchburn, Nicolas Coster, Anita Dangler. An aging out of shape reporter falls for a pretty but seriously ill ballerina.
Directed by John G. Avildsen. With Paul Sorvino, Anne Ditchburn, Nicolas Coster, Anita Dangler. An aging out of shape reporter falls for a pretty but seriously ill ballerina.
- John G. Avildsen
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Hot off the success of "Rocky" Director John Avildsen ("The Karate Kid"), directed this romance about a ballerina (Anne Ditchburn). who falls for a newspaper...
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That's OK with me. “Slow Dancing in the Big City” cheerfully exists in the world of big hearts and brave tears and happy endings that make you blow your nose. It's a classic of melodramatic overachievement. It involves a love story, of course. The guy is a hard-bitten New York newspaper columnist with a heart of gold, and the girl is a ...
michael-lynch-01 16 March 2004. I saw this film years ago and it was John G. Avilsden's first film after ROCKY. I for one was blown away at the time and there is some great dancing in it and a good love story. Also, the soundtrack is awesome (I have the original on vinyl 33) and should be re-released on cd.
Big City: Directed by Norman Taurog. With Margaret O'Brien, Robert Preston, Danny Thomas, George Murphy. Margaret O’Brien sings, dances and keeps the faith in this heartwarming musical drama costarring Robert Preston, Danny Thomas and George Murphy.