She's Back on Broadway is a 1953 musical comedy-drama film in WarnerColor. It is Virginia Mayo's last musical film. Her singing voice was dubbed by Bonnie Lou Williams. The film was Mayo's unofficial follow-up to her 1952 musical hit She's Working Her Way Through College.
|She's Back on Broadway|
|Directed by||Gordon Douglas|
|Written by||Orin Jannings|
|Produced by||Henry Blanke|
|Cinematography||Edwin B. DuPar|
|Edited by||Folmar Blangsted|
|Music by||David Buttolph|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
|Box office||$1.9 million (US)|
When Catherine Terris's (Virginia Mayo) career in Hollywood hits the skids, she heads back to the site of her first great triumphs...Broadway! She takes the lead in a play which is being directed by Rick Sommers (Steve Cochran), the man who was both her Svengali and her lover. Sommers is still bitter that she walked out on him to become the toast of Hollywood years earlier. Can Terris and Sommers put aside their mutual animosity long enough to make a go of this production? After the way things start off, it doesn't seem likely.