Week-End at the Waldorf (Weekend at the Waldorf)
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Week-End at the Waldorf (Weekend at the Waldorf)
Weekend at the Waldorf is an unabashed remake of MGM's 1932 Oscar-winner Grand Hotel: in fact, at several points in the story, the cast makes pointed references to the earlier film. The posh Waldorf Hotel in the heart of New York is the setting for several plots and subplots. Ginger Rogers plays the Garbo counterpart, a successful but severely depressed movie star who wants to be alone. Walter Pigeon steps into John Barrymore's role, sort of; whereas Barrymore was a thief posing as nobility, Pigeon is a war correspondent posing as a thief. Hotel stenographer Lana Turner (originally… More

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"I wanted to check-out early, even though the Waldorf-Astoria certainly has its charms."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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