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It's very extravagent, music oriented, and has much comedy in it to keep you laughing throughout the entire movie.
Bobby Clark (in his only solo turn after the untimely death of comedy partner Paul McCullough) manages to score some amusing moments as a harried but lecherous agent.
The Ritz Bros. are obviously trying to stand in for the Marx Bros. and they do have a funny routine about a cat, but in the end they do get a bit tiresome.
The Gershwin songs would have been the best thing about this film. Though we
do hear Love Walked In rather a lot, one of the others--sung by Ella Logan--is
scarcely there... Read more
Love Walked Right In and Our Love is here to stay are introduced in this movie. Reason enough to recommend it, but there are other features as well. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Erling Iverson
This movie is full of the stuff we watch musicals for! I have seen it several times, and get a real lilt from the performances!Published 9 months ago by J. Mayra
Samuel Goldwyn prided himself on creating some pretty impressive Technicolor extravaganzas in his day, usually loaded with a star-studded cast. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Randy E. Halford
Although this wouldn't make it if released today, the 1930s humor is special and makes you nostalgic for times before you were born.Published 16 months ago by Michael Dalton
I only ordered this to hear Kenny Baker sing "loved walked in" , The film itself is very dated. There are 3 comedians that keep appearing in the film which are really very unfunny... Read morePublished on October 25, 2012 by gl
This is a classic 1930's montage musical with the same basic plot inherent in all that decade's films but with the tremendous advantage that it marked the last contribution of... Read morePublished on April 26, 2009 by Frida Fan
Being a RITZ BROTHERS fan I have the old 1998 HBO/Samual Goldwyn Home Video DVD of this movie, which doesn't look bad. Read morePublished on April 24, 2009 by Paul J. Mular
"The Goldwyn Follies"
Adolphe Menjou almost steals the show here, in this potboiler musical about a... Read more