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B-musical trifle from MGM is strictly second-rate stuff...
Even with the talented MARGE and GOWER CHAMPION as the stars, EVERYTHING I HAVE IS YOURS is a dreadfully unoriginal backstage story of stage stars whose marriage is on the rocks when the wife discovers she is pregnant before the run of a hit show. Hubby goes on with another actress--and well, you can guess the rest.
Nothing is inspired about the songs which brings all the action to a halt whenever the script calls for a song cue. In other words, unlike most MGM musicals, none of the songs are integrated into the witless plot.
And surprisingly, none of the choreography suggests anything even approaching the routines the duo did in their big MGM hit, SHOW BOAT, where they had some outstanding song-and-dance routines.
This is strictly a programmer, the kind of film that played the lower half of double bills when it opened.
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