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Dan Bradley
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Margaret Walton
Dick Wesson ...
Chuck Russell
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Barbara Whiting ...
Barbara Walton
Lloyd Corrigan ...
Alfred Gaylord
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Harry
Fluff Charlton ...
Taffy
James Ferris ...
Jim
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Frank Parker ...
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Bill Days ...
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Jay Meyer ...
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Oo-Le-Le...It's What Makes Paris Paree!

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27 November 1955 (USA)  »

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Fresh from Paris  »

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"Fresh from Paris" was apparently also a working title for the film, as a 1955 release on Capitol F2913 of Margaret Whiting's "Can This Be Love" refers to the song being performed in the Picture "Fresh from Paris". See more »

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Can This be Love?
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Live! From the Moulin Rouge! (restaurant)
15 November 2005 | by (Vancouver) – See all my reviews

This is a bit of a hard musical film to like. Essentially it follows the opening night of a musical spectacular in a (actual) restaurant called the Moulin Rouge. The lead actress is essentially there because she's in love with the director, but he's off seeing the art director on the side. Meanwhile, the lead actress's kid sister is looking for her big break too. When the lead actress finds out about her philandering boyfriend, will this be her chance? Filled with a "who cares?" story and somewhat boring production values, (although the 'circus' ending was a bit inspired.. End the show with Circus elephants!) and interestingly tired dance numbers, this whole thing gets boring quick, especially when they stall the story for fifteen minutes to go through 5 or 6 songs. YAWN! The acting here is OK, Forrest Tucker seems to can't wait for this thing to end, Margaret Whiting is a passable singer at best, and she's got WAY too much lipstick on, and I LOVE Dick Wesson as the obligatory gay stage manager. Is there any other kind?


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