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Every Girl's Dream (1966)

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Nancy Bernard, the 1966 Maid of Cotton, is shown walking through various sets and sound stages at the MGM Studios. Her various cotton outfits are described by the narrator. She also attends... See full summary »

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Nancy Bernard, the 1966 Maid of Cotton, is shown walking through various sets and sound stages at the MGM Studios. Her various cotton outfits are described by the narrator. She also attends the "screen test" of the costumes designed by Ray Aghayan for _Glass Bottom Boat, The (1966)_. The clothing is modeled by the film's stars, Doris Day and Rod Taylor. Written by David Glagovsky <dglagovsky@prodigy.net>

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Weak promotional short for "The Glass Bottom Boat" is a dud...
8 October 2009 | by (U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

Except for a glimpse of DORIS DAY and ROD TAYLOR during the making of THE GLASS BOTTOM BOAT, this MGM short does nothing to raise interest in promotion of a new film. Nor was the feature film anything to rave about.

We follow a girl around the MGM studios after winning a contest. While some dull narration fills us in on the details, mostly talk about the MGM costume department and the various fabrics used, we see costume tests for the stars of the silly comedy.

Since the MGM feature was in Technicolor, it's puzzling to see this short in B&W where the costuming is far less effective and the colors have to be described. This alone defeats the whole purpose of the short.

A trivial short well worth skipping.


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