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Career > > 2002 > New York at the Movies

New York at the Movies

March 17, 2002 | A&E Television Networks | 120 minutes
Directed by: Nick Davis
Unforgettable scenes from some of the most celebrated films of all time highlight this captivating two-hour show. Meryl Streep hosts a vibrant chronicle of the cinematic history of New York City. While paying homage to a place that has served as the backdrop for many great films, the documentary examines ways the Big Apple has been portrayed, whether as a center of crime, moral decay, greed, or as a land of romance and opportunity. Hosted by Meryl Streep and interviews with Sidney Lumet, Nora Ephron and Tim Robbins.
Cast: Meryl Streep, Lauren Bacall, Peter Bogdanovich, Richard Brown, Edward Burns, Nora Ephron, Spike Lee, Sidney Lumet, Paul Mazursky, Liza Minnelli, Tim Robbins, James Sanders, Martin Scorsese, Pat Scott, John Turturro



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