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Come Blow Your Horn [Blu-ray]
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In this role, Sinatra is the eldest son raised in a strict Jewish home with a typical doting mother and overly emotional father. The parents are very key in this film and both absolutely SHINE in their appointed roles. Sinatra is working in his fathers plastic fruit business and maintaining a well appointed apartment that has been literally, given him by one of his female suitors. He is too proud to be a kept man but he is not at all opposed to being tenderly coddled by his various love interests. He will prove to have many female suitors in this role, all from various walks of life - each interesting and unique and some, noted actresses whose day was yet to come.
Sinatra may think he has the wool pulled over his strict fathers eyes but he doesn't....not in the least. The rows between him and his father are increasingly noisy but harmless and shot through with deep family concern. All 'dad' really wants is for his sons to be married and begin raising families. As the eldest, Sinatra is getting up there in years - approaching thirty no doubt in this role but his adoring younger brother wants nothing more than to emulate big brother - in all ways. Little brother wants no part of the family fruits, literally and moves in with big brother who welcomes him with open arms, taking care to show him the ropes of life in the big city.Read more ›
Tony Bill plays Frank's younger brother who wants to emulate his playboy brother. I find this casting was a mistake but it didn't harm the pleasure of watching Frank and his various harem cavort...you have Jill St. John (dumb as a box of rocks) Barbara Rush (looking for something other than an affair) and other ladies involving themselves to the point of Dan Blocker cold-cocking Frank.
Adding to the mix are Frank and his brother's domineering father (Lee J. Cobb) much shouting and ranting and their mother trying to make peace and you have a convoluted, funny and entertaining movie.
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Fun 60's romp. Very odd casting of Frank Sinatra to play Lee J Cobb's son...or older brother to a 21 year-old. But yes, fun, silly romantic comedy. And Mr. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Leto Jane
Very entertaining...especially the younger kid brother and the Jewish parents...well played.Published 25 days ago by Rob Hunter
Hey it's Frank ya gotta love it bub. The babes, the booze the Jewish parents... every thing Mad Men spent millions re-creating.
And don't forget it's a Neil Simon play!!!
Ok movie.. all Sinatra movies are basically the same..him promoting himself as a macho tough guy.. when he's actually a skinny guy who wonders who he is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mary
Fabulous Fifties! Fabulous Fashions! Fabulous Frank + All Cast Members! Even the "outdated" parts are fun. Enjoy.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer