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Girl Crazy(1943)

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  • Girl Crazy-Garland And Rooney Are Great!

    • Bruce Reber
    • 8/15/13

    "Girl Crazy" IMO is one of the liveliest and most entertaining musicals from MGM's "Dream Factory" in the 1940's. This was the last pairing of Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney (but they would have small parts in "Words and Music" a few years later.) It features lively, well-staged dance numbers, and a fantastic score by George Gershwin guaranteed to have you singing along. My two favorites are "Fascinating Rhythym" and the finale, "I Got Rhythym" performed by the incomparable Miss Garland. Four stars to "Girl Crazy"!

  • Girl Crazy(1943)

    • nshepard
    • 12/10/10

    Wholesome entertainment,when people had to have talent to make films where the whole family could view. Norman Taurog directs this beloved Garland/Rooney vehicle, with lesser talent would hardly be watchable, but with the effervescent talents of Rooney/Garland is delightful magic filled musical collaboration of the wonderful kind. Truly fun as Easterner Mickey tries to conquer the West/Judy who is her own woman. Enjoy many dance filled song numbers guaranteed to keep your feet tapping . Highly recommended. 5 stars. Every one earned.

  • Girl Crazy (1943)

    • Jay Higgins
    • 9/26/09

    This is such a fun musical comedy. The teaming of Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney is always a delight. They make such a great pairing. Lively, entertaining with some great songs, and Judy singing too!

  • Girl Crazy.

    • Judge Hardy
    • 6/11/06

    Judy and Mickey's final full length film together. This time round he chases her and she's having none of it! Contains a wonderful Gershwin score with some of Judy's finest singing plus the "I Got Rhythm" finale. Who could ask for anything more.....

  • Mick 'n Joots

    • Dave
    • 3/18/06

    Again, Mickey and Judy make magic. bouncing their characters so well off of each other, in what was their last full length film together, this is a great peice of work. Another remake well done by Garland. She looks absolutley beautiful in this picture, and her acting was picture perfect. Judys voice was at its prime in this fil, and it show with all the great numbers in the film, leading up to the I Got Rhythm final number. Overall, Great film.

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