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- Susan H
I enjoyed this Lawton film. It was a fun way to spend 87 mins. All the performances were fine but for me the stand out was James Whitmore. His role was perfect for him...a prelude to his performance in "Kiss Me Kate". So much better then watching schlock daytime talk shows.
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- Jarrod McDonald
...this is just a fun film! You can't go wrong with it. The best scene is when they're all in the pool together. I loved it!
Enjoyable clean romantic comedy.
- L Kenen
Predictable? Yes, but isn't any romance? This is just plain clean fun.
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- James Higgins
Minor romantic comedy, made primarily to promote Deborah Kerr in American films. Ordinary plot, predictable, but Kerr adds some substance to the movie. Cute, watchable and forgettable.
A nice piece of light entertainment!
One of the last films for both Val Lewton and the boyish Robert Walker!