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Every Girl's Dream (1966)

| Documentary, Short
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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Disappointing
2 January 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Turner Classics and AMC don't show enough "shorts", but at least they show some. There are plenty of great ones, which keep me tuning in toward the last minutes of a 2 hour slot of a feature movie,,, in case they'll be able to fit a short in.

Here was one that made it. If it had been filmed in the 30's or maybe 40's, it'd have some chance to be appreciated, but in 1966, it's time for fashion filming to be fashion filming....and a 'behind the sceens' at MGM to be that. This short is thankfully short.

Even Doris Day and Rod Taylor can't save it (but almost). They should have left the fashion out, and followed Doris.


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