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Cairo

Cairo(1942)

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  • LOVED IT!

    • sanfran
    • 9/23/13

    Great comedy,loved Bob Young.Hav to agree with other reviewers,enjoyable with great cast.

  • Self-reflexive gem

    • Jarrod McDonald
    • 5/20/11

    This movie was clever and fun to watch. It reminded me of the TV show 'Moonlighting' where the actors are sometimes playing themselves and acknowledging the presence of the camera. It seems WAY ahead of its time. It's too bad that MGM did not pair MacDonald and Young again. I thought they were marvelous together. And the scene where MacDonald and Waters mesh singing styles was superb. More people should be aware of this movie!

  • Classic older movies

    • Phillip Poponea
    • 5/18/11

    My husband and I enjoyed the movie"Cairo" very much for the first time. We like to see it again soon if it is possible because we missed the first part of the movie. Jeanette MacDonald, Ethel Waters and Robert Young were wonderful together. We enjoy classic movies and especially musicals from 1930s through 1950s. In respect to the movie "Cairo" please show this movie more often.Thank you for the wonderful movies you show at TCM and thank you Robert and Ben for the professional presentations. Keep it up!Sincerely, Phillip

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