Pete Kelly’s Blues (1955)

Director: Jack Webb

Writer(s): Richard L. Breen

Starring: Jack Webb, Janet Leigh, Edmond O’Brien, Peggy Lee, Andy Devine, Lee Marvin, Ella Fitzgerald, Martin Milner, Than Wyenn, Herbert Ellis, John Dennis, Jayne Mansfield, Mort Marshall, Moe Schneider, George Van Eps, Ray Sherman, Matty Matlock, Eddie Miller, Nick Fatool, Jud De Naut, Don Abney, Perry Bodkin, Nesdon Booth, Teddy Buckner, Dick Cathcart, Harper Goff, Jester Hairston, Jimmie Horan, Donald Kerr, William Lazeras, Hank Mann, Harry Morgan, ‘Snub’ Pollard, Herman S. Saunders, Joe Venuti

Synopsis: This tuneful melodrama is set during the height of the Jazz Age and presents a lively and realistic view of life in swinging Kansas City, where gangsters ruled and bathtub gin flowed like water.

Release Date: July 13, 1955 (USA) | Length: 95 min | Genre: Crime, Drama, Music | MPAA Rating: NR

 

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