Frankie And Johnny 1991
Frankie and Johnny is a 1991 American romantic comedy film directed by Garry Marshall and starring Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer in their first film together since Scarface (1983). Héctor Elizondo, Nathan Lane and Kate Nelligan appeared in supporting roles. The original score was composed by Marvin Hamlisch. The screenplay for Frankie and Johnny was adapted by Terrence McNally from his own off-Broadway play Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune (1987), which featured F. Murray Abraham and Kathy Bates. The most notable alteration in the film was the addition of several supporting characters and various locations; in the original play, only the two eponymous characters appeared onstage, and the entire drama took place in one apartment. The title is a reference to the traditional American popular song “Frankie and Johnny”, first published in 1904, which tells the story of a woman who finds her man making love to another woman and shoots him dead. The film received generally favourable reviews but was disappointing at the box office, grossing $67 million with a $29 million budget.
1 – Until You Let Go Peter Beckett / Marvin Hamlisch / David Zippel Peter Beckett / Jeanette Cllinger 04:18 2- What a Fool Believes Kenny Loggins / Michael McDonald The Doobie Brothers 03:43 3 – It Must Be Love Rickie Lee Jones Rickie Lee Jones 04:50 4 – The Devil Made Me Do It Barry Hay / George Kooymans Golden Earring 03:19 5 – Your Love Just Ain’t Right Reggie Turner / Andre Williams / Keith Williams 03:58 6 – Frankie and Johnny Traditional James Intveld 01:32 SpotifyAmazon 7 – Slang Yo Thang Robert Tillis 04:10 8 – Together Marvin Hamlisch 02:09 9 – Clair de Lune Claude Debussy Ralph Grierson 03:59 10 – Flower Market Marvin Hamlisch / David Zippel 03:52
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