Golden Girl (1951)

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Against the background of the Civil War, sixteen-year-old song-and-dance artiste Lotta Crabtree works her way across America, becoming ever more popular.


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  • Mitzi Gaynor and Dale Robertson in Golden Girl (1951)
  • Dennis Day and Mitzi Gaynor in Golden Girl (1951)
  • Mitzi Gaynor and Una Merkel in Golden Girl (1951)
  • Dennis Day in Golden Girl (1951)
  • Mitzi Gaynor and Dale Robertson in Golden Girl (1951)
  • Dennis Day, Mitzi Gaynor, and Una Merkel in Golden Girl (1951)

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17 February 2019 | tles7
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| Young Mitzi!
An ok film and great for Mitzi Gaynor fans. It seemed like a Calamity Jane wanna be... but Dennis Day, a pretty bland performer (albeit with a really good voice) and Mitzi are not a match for Howard Keel and Doris Day and an MGM production. It's the usual Hollywood totally fabricated biography, 90% fiction, so don't expect this to be a true story. One of the great things about Mitzi was that although she wasn't in the league of Cyd Charisse or Vera Ellen as a dancer....at least she did her own singing which made her a true all-around performer (her voice is not all that powerful, but it is pleasing). At 19, when this was filmed, her energy is boundless and when she's onstage, particularly with Dennis Day, he becomes invisible.She is cute, talented and this really was her first chance to strut her stuff.

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