If I Forget You (1940)

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Judy Garland sings the title song, a tribute to Will Rogers.

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13 December 2008 | MartinHafer
3
| Not much plot--it's a lot like a 1940 music video
This is a harmless little movie that is mostly forgettable except for the presence of Judy Garland. All the film consists of is Judy singing a song about the sad loss of Will Rogers--even though he actually died five years earlier! This isn't exactly timely! And, since Rogers isn't there, she sings to a Frederick Remington-style statue of him on horseback. No real plot or entertainment value, as the song is pretty forgettable. With such thin material, Judy does her best but it's a film that probably won't interest many today--I know I felt totally indifferent about it. In contrast, while Judy's much earlier short BUBBLES was truly dreadful (you really have to see it to believe it), at least it caused an emotional reaction within--IF I FORGET YOU just felt bland and flat.

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