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The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer
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Once the pace picks up, this comedy sparkles as brightly as any other Cary Grant madcap, which is to say, about as good as comedy gets. The night club scene is an absolute triumph of timing, staging, and scripting. The laughs build as the party table becomes more and more chaotic, interrupted by one petty annoyance after another, finally reducing the worldly Grant to speechless exasperation. This is the type of soaring comedic architecture that requires real artistry, but has been sadly replaced in contemporary film by a dumbed- down world of bathroom jokes, insult gags, and other cheap forms of humor that appeal mainly to juveniles. The movie itself, directed by an unheralded Irving Reis, is literally brimful of bounce and charm, leaving no one in doubt that the big war is over and America is ready for the future even if its libido is showing. With: a slyly endearing Ray Collins, a bemusedly prim Myrna Loy, a pompously befuddled Rudy Vallee, and a well-deserved Oscar for writer Sidney Sheldon, along with a final scene that could not be more apt. Despite the shift in public mores, audiences now as then should find this a highly entertaining ninety minutes of expert movie-making.
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Funny and charming, with Cary Grant at his best. Light fare with three "old" pros. Cary Grant, Myrna Loy and Shirley Temple (who let's face it was an "old pro" by... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Teri S.
This movie is fun and silly. Very enjoyable when you're just in the mood for some light-hearted fun or in need of cheering up. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cezanne Pellett
The skit with "The man with the power of hoo-doo" best part of movie. Grandson even likes this and has skit memorized. Read morePublished 3 months ago by cw