Take Her, She's Mine
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A concerned father travels to Europe to find his precociously trendy daughter after he sees a painting of her on the cover of a leftist magazine. Shown in 4:3 letterbox format using the highest quality source material available.
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Cute comedy about coming of age of teenage daughter Sandra Dee. Yes, the story line is about Dee and her romance with a handsome Frenchman. Dee even sings, believe it or not!
But the fun part of this oldie is Stewart and the shenanigans he gets in -- he keeps getting arrested because he gets sucked into strange situations from a college protest to his consorting in a brothel which he went in just to make a phone call!
Funny scene with a period costume he wears. Robert Morely, a great old character actor, helps Stewart with his costume, which is where the fun begins.
Jayne Meadows does a great turn as the calm mom in all this.
Stewart could do it all, comedy, drama, cowboys. One of this better comedy roles.
He plays the over protective Dad in an era when "Blowin' in the Wind" was in the... air. He follows his college freshman daughter around the planet, to ensure her well-being in the brave new world - and finding himself in one compromising position after the other.
Good script, but indifferent and curiously voyeuristic direction; and light use of the great Audrey Meadows, who nonetheless gets major close-ups - casual fans can take it or leave it.