The Opposite Sex (1956)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Musical, Romance

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Shortly after their tenth wedding anniversary, New York theater producer Steven Hilliard and his wife, former popular radio singer Kay Hilliard née Ashley, are getting a Kay-initiated Reno ... See full summary »



  • June Allyson and Ann Sheridan in The Opposite Sex (1956)
  • Joan Blondell and Dolores Gray in The Opposite Sex (1956)
  • Ann Miller in The Opposite Sex (1956)
  • Joan Collins in The Opposite Sex (1956)
  • June Allyson and Sam Levene in The Opposite Sex (1956)
  • June Allyson and Sam Levene in The Opposite Sex (1956)

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18 November 1998 | boughner
| What a waste of talent! Shame on MGM
June Allyson's last MGM musical had to go back to a 40's film she starred in for its best number, though they sure tried hard to make a hit out of "Now, Baby, Now" - except Allyson isn't the sexy dancer the song called for. And Ann Miller never gets to sing or dance a step. Dolores Gray, used well in "It's Always Fair Weather" and "Kismet" (She single-handedly saves that one), gets to sing the title song over the credits, and nothing else. The useless male guest stars get half the songs and butcher them. The original script had it right - keep the guys off screen. Where was the creative talent that could have pulled the plug on this one or whipped it up into a reasonable shape?

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