NEW FACES: Widescreen Edition [DVD] 
A producer finds himself in financial difficulties. But a wealthy Texan says he will put up the money, if his daughter is in the show.
MPAA Rating: Unrated
New Faces was a musical revue with songs and comedy skits tied together by a quirky plot. It ran on Broadway for nearly a year in 1952 and was then made into a motion picture in 1954. It helped jump start the careers of several young performers including Paul Lynde, Alice Ghostley, Eartha Kitt, Carol Lawrence, performer/writer Mel Brooks (as Melvin Brooks), and lyricist Sheldon Harnick. The film was basically a reproduction of the stage revue with a thin plot added. The plot involved a producer and performer (Ronny Graham) in financial trouble and is trying to stave off an angry creditor long enough to open his show. A wealthy Texan offers to help out, on the condition that his daughter be in the show.
Region All Region
Audio Dolby Digital 2.0
Aspect Ratio 2.55:1