Slightly French (1949)

Passed   |    |  Comedy, Musical, Romance


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A cinema director who is in an emotional and professional crisis thinks that he has discovered a French star when he meets an ordinary dancer.

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21 April 2002 | raskimono
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| why dorothy lamour never became a movie star
Don Ameche was on the decline in his career and Dorothy Lamour still trying to acheive stardom outside those "Road" movies when this movie was made. It tries to borrow from Ameche's earlier hits with Alice Faye but the formula does not work here because Lamour is no Faye. And she is expected to carry it. Supporting performances from Page and Kennard is good but not enough. If it were made today, it would make a good video rental.

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