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Here Come the Girls (1953)

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Bob Hope stars as an inept member of the chorus boy in a turn of the century stage show. After being fired, he finds himself starring acting as a decoy when a killer goes after the real star.

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Stanley Snodgrass
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Allen Trent
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Irene Bailey
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Daisy Crockett
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Albert Snodgrass
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Dennis Logan
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Bob Hope stars as an inept member of the chorus boy in a turn of the century stage show. After being fired, he finds himself starring acting as a decoy when a killer goes after the real star.

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MORE GIGGLES...MORE GAGS...MORE GALS!... (original print ad - all caps)

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Comedy | Musical

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22 October 1953 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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Millard Mitchell's final movie. See more »

Quotes

Hackenschmidt - Cabbie: That's all right, Stanley... just remember, you're helping me clean stables next Sunday.
Stanley Snodgrass: I'll remember, if the wind is right.
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Featured in Conquest of Space (1955) See more »

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See the Circus
Music by Jay Livingston
Lyrics by Ray Evans
Sung by Arlene Dahl and chorus
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decent Hope comedy
8 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While this isn't the best of Bob Hope's movie, to a great degree because the forgettable songs just take time away from the laughs, it's still generally fun. Hope plays his basic idiot character, in this case a talentless chorus boy who, in what has to be one of the most ludicrous plot devices of the year, is cast as the lead in a musical to protect the true star from a killer. Hope is blissfully unaware of the reason is a sudden star.

Hope is often a bit of a jerk in his films, but he's a bit more of a jerk in this one, especially to the girl who inexplicably loves him. That bothered me more than the absurdity of the plot; how could any girl keep affection for someone who treated her so badly and really had pretty much no redeeming qualities. But then, it's a Bob Hope movie.


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