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West Side Story Movie Clip - watch all clips *******j.mp/1bGIOH8 click to subscribe *******j.mp/sNDUs5 Anita (Rita Moreno) sings about the great land of America. TM & © MGM (2012) Cast: Jose De Vega, Jay Norman, Jaime Rogers, Larry Roquemore, Robert E. Thompson, Gus Trikonis, Eddie Verso, Rita Moreno, Marni Nixon Director: Jerome Robbins, Robert Wise MOVIECLIPS YouTube Channel: *******j.mp/vqieFG Join our Facebook page: *******j.mp/tb8OMH Follow us on Twitter: *******j.mp/rZzGsm Buy Movie: *******j.mp/16TMZIG Producer: Saul Chaplin, Robert Wise, Walter Mirisch Screenwriter: Ernest Lehman, Arthur Laurents, William Shakespeare, Jerome Robbins Film Description: Romeo and Juliet is updated to the tenements of New York City in this Oscar-winning musical landmark. Adapted by Ernest Lehman from the Broadway production, the movie opens with an overhead shot of Manhattan, an effect that director Robert Wise would repeat over the Alps in The Sound of Music four years later. We are introduced to two rival street gangs: the Jets, second-generation American teens, and the Sharks, Puerto Rican immigrants. When the war between the Jets and Sharks reaches a fever pitch, Jets leader Riff (Russ Tamblyn) decides to challenge the Sharks to one last "winner take all" rumble. He decides to meet Sharks leader Bernardo (George Chakiris) for a war council at a gymnasium dance; to bolster his argument, Riff wants his old pal Tony (Richard Beymer), the cofounder of the Jets, to come along. But Tony has set his sights on vistas beyond the neighborhood and has fallen in love with Bernardo's sister, Maria (Natalie Wood), a love that, as in Romeo and Juliet, will eventually end in tragedy. In contrast to the usual slash-and-burn policy of Hollywood musical adaptations, all the songs written by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim for the original Broadway production of West Side Story were retained for the film version, although some alterations were made to appease the Hollywood censors, and the original order of two songs was reversed for stronger dramatic impact. The movie more than retains the original choreography of Jerome Robbins, which is recreated in some of the most startling and balletic dance sequences ever recorded on film. West Side Story won an almost-record ten Oscars, including Best Picture, supporting awards to Chakiris and Rita Moreno as Bernardo's girlfriend, Anita, and Best Director to Robbins and Wise. Richard Beymer's singing was dubbed by Jimmy Bryant, Natalie Wood's by Marni Nixon (who also dubbed Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady), and Rita Moreno's by Betty Wand. The film's New York tenement locations were later razed to make room for Lincoln Center. "west side story","west side story clip","west side story full movie","west side story america",maria,"jay norman","gus trikonis",rocco,juano,"jerome robbins",pepe,"jaime rogers","fulfillment videos","marni nixon","rooftop videos","robert e thompson","race videos",chino,musicals,classics,tearjerkers,indio,"eddie verso","walter mirisch","robert wise","classic dramas","classic movie musicals",romance,"saul chaplin","movie clips",movieclipsdotcom,#AMG:V++++53850,/m/02wl65p,/m/0gbxn6t,/m/0k705l
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Westside story is the award winning adaptation of the classic romantic tragedy, Romeo and Juliette. The feuding families become two warring New York City gangs- the white Jets led by Riff and the Puerto Rican Sharks, led by Bernardo. Their hatred escalates to a point where neither can coexist with any form of understanding. But when Riff's best friend (and former Jet) Tony and Bernardo's younger sister Maria meet at a dance, no one can do anything to stop their love. Maria and Tony begin meeting in secret, planning to run away. Then the Skarks and Jets plan a rumble under the highway - whoever wins gains control of the streets. Maria sends Tony to stop it, hoping it can end the violence. It goes terribly wrong, and before the lovers know what's happened, tragedy strikes and doesn't stop until the climatic and heartbreaking ending. [IMDB.COM] Release: 18 October 1961 (New York City, New York) (premiere) Awards: Won 10 Oscars. Another 15 wins & 6 nominations Producer: Saul Chaplin, Robert Wise Executive Producer: Walter Mirisch Director: Jerome Robbins, Robert Wise Writer: Jerome Robbins, Arthur Laurents (conception and play), Ernest Lehman (screenplay), William Shakespeare (play "Romeo and Juliet") Cast: John Astin, Richard Beymer, William Bramley, George Chakiris, Ned Glass, Suzie Kaye, Bert Michaels, Rita Moreno, Simon Oakland, Penny Santon, Tucker Smith, Russ Tamblyn, Robert Thompson, Gus Trikonis, Natalie Wood Genre: Musical | Romance | Drama [IMDB.COM]
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