Lady Be Good (1941)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Musical


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Songwriters Dixie Donegan and Eddie Crane are still in love after their divorce. Dixie's friend Marilyn Marsh tries to convince them to marry again, but this isn't that easy.

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  • Robert Young and Ann Sothern in Lady Be Good (1941)
  • Eleanor Powell in Lady Be Good (1941)
  • Robert Young and Edward Gargan in Lady Be Good (1941)
  • Virginia O'Brien and Phil Silvers in Lady Be Good (1941)
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12 October 2004 | liscarkat
A Lot of Fun and Great Musical Numbers
Everyone in this movie is terrific, and the story is one of the better ones among musicals of the period. The songs and dances are great, too, with two of the high points being beautiful Ann Sothern's "The Last Time I Saw Paris" and Eleanor Powell's dancing finale. But most amazing of all is Powell's duet with her dog. This number should be rated along with Fred Astaire's dance on the ceiling in "Royal Wedding" and Donald O'Connor's "Make 'Em Laugh" as one of the best of all time. If you're looking for social commentary, turn on NPR. If you want something deep, find a stable and pick up a shovel. This movie was meant to be fun and entertaining, and it succeeds perfectly on both counts.

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