Bedtime Story (1941)

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A playwright attempts to stop his wife from retiring so she can star in his next play.


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  • Fredric March and Loretta Young in Bedtime Story (1941)
  • Fredric March and Loretta Young in Bedtime Story (1941)
  • Loretta Young in Bedtime Story (1941)
  • Robert Benchley, Fredric March, and Loretta Young in Bedtime Story (1941)
  • Fredric March and Loretta Young in Bedtime Story (1941)
  • Fredric March and Loretta Young in Bedtime Story (1941)

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30 December 2012 | misctidsandbits
8
| Thoroughly Enjoy This Movie
Whatever you may think about this movie as it goes along, most will agree that the ending is absolutely hilarious -- Fredric March working his one-man phone bank from the lobby directing havoc to his wife's room. I personally don't see any good reason to compare this one with others that may be similar or with actors who have routinely made this type of film. This is a standalone film these actors made and I think they did it well. Fredric March is always a good actor, and he was convincing with what he had to do here. His earnest straight face in itself was more than amusing as he performed his chicanery throughout. Loretta Young is always beautiful, extremely well costumed and generally ladylike and can be enjoyed for those reasons. Additionally, unless prejudiced, one would have to admit that, despite her very strong beauty, she is a more than competent actress. She's the first to receive both an Oscar and an Emmy, with many, many other acting awards along the way of her extensive career. During that span, she has played a wide variety of characters and types. She especially enjoyed her long-running television program because she could vary her roles. This is a good movie.

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