Come Blow Your Horn (1963)

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Leaving home, young Buddy Baker arrives unannounced at the luxurious Manhattan apartment of his older brother, Alan, a swinging girl chasing bachelor who prefers his carefree life to ... See full summary »


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  • "Come Blow Your Horn" Frank Sinatra on the set 1963 © 1978 Ted Allan
  • "Come Blow Your Horn" Frank Sinatra on the set 1963 © 1978 Ted Allan
  • "Come Blow Your Horn" Frank Sinatra on location 1963 © 1978 Ted Allan
  • "Come Blow Your Horn" Frank Sinatra on location 1963 © 1978 Ted Allan
  • "Come Blow Your Horn" Frank Sinatra 1963 Paramount © 1978 Ted Allan
  • "Come Blow Your Horn" Frank Sinatra on the set 1963 © 1978 Ted Allan

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11 May 2002 | moonspinner55
4
| Very few laughs...
The names Bud Yorkin and Norman Lear always look good on the credits for a comedy--until you realize Lear's success was relegated strictly to the tube and Yorkin has no sense of humor. Add to the mix a script based on the play by the highly uneven Neil Simon, and you have a slick but scattershot affair. Frank Sinatra sleepwalks through role as swinging New York bachelor (now there's a stretch) who takes his gawky younger brother under his wing, much to the chagrin of their mother and father (the torturous Molly Picon and Lee J. Cobb, both giving the term 'Old World' a bad rap). Just about every one-liner falls flat, Tony Bill is hopeless in his debut as the kid brother, and Sinatra's one song (the title cut) is mediocre. Dean Martin has a cameo that's not bad, and Dan Blocker is wonderfully big and colorful as a disgruntled businessman, but the rest of this "Horn" blows. *1/2 from ****

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