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This film was made in 1943 when i think Judy was at her peak (looks
wise). In her previous film For Me and My Gal people often say that she
looks emaciated. Well in this film she looks perfect. She is beautiful
and shows that she has a flair for comedy.
I think this film is hilarious, especially at the beginning when she is trying to arrange an audition with John Thornway. One of the funniest scene's in my opinion is Judy's rendition of Lady Macbeth and when John is looking for her at the party to give her a spanking (Lol).
One criticism i do have is that there is a hole in the plot when John and Lily fall in love. I mean one minute he despises her and the next they are going out on a date then the next time they meet after that date they are in love.
Another point i didn't like was on opening night. If i were Lily i would be furious with John but she isn't...it just doesn't make sense.
But all in all i would have to give this film a 10 because it is just wonderful and almost perfect.
I think that this film is one of the funniest films i have ever seen. I
think Debbie Reynolds is hilarious and the chemistry between her and
Glenn Ford is perfect. There is not a dull moment in the film and
Debbie looks beautiful as always.
The story is about a showgirl Maggie(Debbie Reynolds) who meets a penniless soldier Joe (Glenn Ford). She takes an instant dislike to him but after he accidentally tears her dress, he returns it to her on the condition that she goes on one date with him. They end up getting married the night they have their date after just one kiss. Joe and Maggie move to Spain and find they have nothing in common but physical attraction, so Maggie proposes that for one month they live but not as man and wife which means that Joe is not allowed to kiss or sleep with Maggie, much to Joe's frustration.A hilarious plot and a wonderful film. Not to be missed.