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Douglas Fairbanks Jr.,
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I first remember seeing this film on TV when I was a schoolgirl back in the late 1950s or early 1960s. I have only seen it once since that time. This is sad as the actors, the story, and the music most especially were engaging. From the costumes to the flirtations and the disappointments (poor William Eythe) the script was romantic, the actors attractive and appealing. My favorite scene was "Cinderella Sue" but the last time I actually saw the film on TV (unfortunately I did not tape it) that scene was missing. I wondered if a "censor" had considered it racially demeaning? But I honestly did not and the song has stayed in my head all these years. I would press for the company which owns the rights to release the movie on DVD or even VHS.
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