Follow The Boys
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Follow the fun, follow the fleet, Follow the Boys with four seagulls - Navy wives and sweethearts who careen around the French and Italian Riviera in a beat-up jalopy, trying to keep up with their seagoing menfolk. After America's teens made Where the Boys Are a breakthrough hit, two of that comedy's stars, Connie Francis and Paula Prentiss, reunited for this follow-up that, like its predecessor, relies on Francis' mighty pipes for song and on romantic mix-ups and mismatches for laughs. The girls (Janis Paige and Dany Robin round out the quartet) are glamorous, but even they can't out-wow the scenery: Nice, Cannes, Santa Margherita Ligure and a white-sand-fringed, brilliantly blue Mediterranean.
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The film is innocent and apart from one singing scene in a nightgown (a ballad), there is absolutely no nudity...yet, it worked!
There are several scenes in the movie where she appears heavier. At the time the studio bosses put her on illegal diet drugs (she stayed hooked for 20 years and walked away from them cold turkey, remarkably without side-effects).
There is not much of a plot to go into except women called "Sea Gals" following the ships around the world where their mates or boyfriends are stationed. It is through this thin premise, that the writers added far too many inane subplots.
Outside of the title song, I wasn't very impressed with this movie. It does however have it's comic moments, all supplied by Francis.
If you're a fan you'll want this movie made on demand. It is remastered with a great transfer. If you're looking for a movie that is "all" Connie Francis, buy "Looking For Love" which is also available as a digitally remastered movie on demand.
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