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Musafir (1957)
9 out of 9 people found the following review useful:
Unique storyline - and the first Hindi movie of a famous director, 7 March 2005

An interesting movie ! The story revolves around a house which is let out by the house-owner ( David ) to a series of tenants - all of whom stay for a little while, let the viewers into their lives and then leave. The movie sports some big names - though they do not appear together. Suchitra Sen is part of a runaway couple who are the first tenants. When they leave, the next set includes Kishore Kumar, Nasir Hussain and Nirupa Roy. The final set of tenants involves Usha Kiran and Dilip Kumar. And thus, one can imagine the story to continue forever ....

Kishore Kumar sings a famous, lively song 'munna bada pyaara'. The movie also has a rare song sung by the famous actor Dilip Kumar.

All in all, an interesting story, well directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee who has made several great Hindi films like Anari, Asli Naqli, Anupama, Anuradha, Anand, Guddi, Golmaal, Bawarchi etc. Definitely worth seeing.

12 out of 18 people found the following review useful:
Essential viewing for all Alec Guinness fans, 30 October 2004

Alec Guinness acts as an elderly, influential Japanese businessman in this romance / comedy / drama set in the background of the aftermath of World War II .

When you see this film, you will, not for a minute, imagine that Mr. Koichi Asano (played by Alec Guinness ) is anything other than Japanese - so complete is the effort put in by this great actor.

Superb acting from both Alec Guinness and Rosalind Russell and a unique background of Japanese culture make this a very memorable movie.

A 'must' for all Alec Guinness fans !

8 out of 14 people found the following review useful:
Get into the life of one of the 'greats' of the modern world, 19 January 1999

Very well made film, effortlessly acted out by, who else but, Spencer Tracy. The movie traces the dedication of Edison and his team and their sometimes frustrating situations which they conquer eventually to succeed. A must for anyone who is inspired by the work of great people.

6 out of 8 people found the following review useful:
Unforgettable portrayal of an unforgettable duo, 19 January 1999

The movie depicts very realistically and very endearingly, the dedication of Pierre and Marie Curie in search of the new element radium. Flawless acting from Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon. Takes you back in time to the turn of the 20th century.

4 out of 9 people found the following review useful:
Laugh away your marital discord !, 19 January 1999

The perfect film for settling marital irritations. Settle down with Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, as they take you through a hilarious time while they settle all their marital incompatibilities. A must see for anyone who loves a good laugh.

1 out of 7 people found the following review useful:
Perfect movie, 19 January 1999

Wonderful music which is always refreshing. Very well shot on beautiful locations. Gripping story. A family movie with something for everyone. Brilliant acting from one and all. Overall an unforgettable movie - one of those few "perfect" movies where one cannot suggest any changes whatsoever.

1 out of 3 people found the following review useful:
Brilliant movie - an eternal classic - see it again and again and again, 14 January 1999

This is a perfect movie. An extraordinarily moving story of a man who rises from the depths of despair back to his wonderful life. Brilliant acting from all and superlative direction. A very profound message is delivered in an utterly endearing and light-hearted style. This movie will involve you and will remain with you forever.

6 out of 12 people found the following review useful:
This movie has an unusual canvas - it shows life in the advertising world in a very interesting manner., 14 January 1999

Excellent portrayals by Clark Gable, Deborah Kerr and Sydney Greenstreet and an unusual background of life in the corporate advertising world, make this movie an enjoyable and memorable comedy and romance mix. Also has Ava Gardner playing an important but minor role.