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George Roy Hill
Madolyn Smith Osborne,
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In World War II era Los Angeles, the manager of the Culver Hotel leaves his nephew in charge for a weekend. The nephew changes the name to the Hotel Rainbow and overbooks with royalty, assassins, secret agents, Japanese tourists, and munchkins (from the cast of _Wizard of Oz, The (1939)_). Secret Service agent Bruce Thorpe and casting director Annie Clark find romance amidst the intrigue and confusion. Written by
Anniversary Song (Oh! How We Danced on the Night We Were Wed)
Music based on "Valurile Dunarii (Danube Waves) (1880)" by Iosif Ivanovici
Adapted by Saul Chaplin
Played by the band during dinner See more »
With a bit of dark humor thrown in. This is one of my top favorite movies. Mistaken identities and foiled evil plots abound. Those concerned with its lack of "political correctness" should relax and not be so serious. One reviewer said that, if there was anyone they missed making fun of, it must have been only because they ran out of film stock. Exactly! This film has equal opportunity humor. A Japanese friend of mine, personally not known for his tremendous sense of humor, thought the film was hilarious, and has watched it several times, laughing hardest at the Japanese caricatures.
I highly recommend this overlooked gem. Get it, watch it, loosen up and laugh.
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