• Little Old New York (1940)

Little Old New York

Release Date: 1940

Not Yet Rated |1 hr 40 min

Plot Summary

In the 1800s, American inventor Robert Fulton (Richard Greene) travels from Europe to New York intent on building a steamboat that will revolutionize river travel between waterfront boroughs, but instead gets a rude welcome from a vicious shipyard boss at a local tavern owned by salty beauty Pat O'Day (Alice Faye). Pat takes a shine to Fulton and offers to help him out, but her jealous boyfriend -- sailor Charles Brownne (Fred MacMurray) -- fears the new vessel will put him out of work.

Cast: Alice Faye, Fred MacMurray, Richard Greene, Brenda Joyce, Andy Devine, Henry Stephenson, Fritz Feld, Ward Bond

Director: Henry King

Genres: Comedy drama

Keywords: New York City, Love, Fascinating, Rise, Underdog, Emotional, Quest, Inspiring, Rivalry, Love triangle

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