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The West Point Story

The West Point Story(1950)

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  • Mayo is terrific!

    • RedRain
    • 10/18/11

    I like this film a lot. Cagney is Cagney and watching him dance is always great. Mayo, however, once out of the shadows of all the film noir she did before this, is a wonder! Firstly, she is spectacularly beautiful here, with a figure that must have had the guys of the day drooling. Secondly, the gal can dance, and dance really well indeed. A young Gordon McCrae is worth having a listen to and his voice is great in this film With a score nominated for the Academy Award, it's a nice feast for the ears too, and Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn writing the music was a definite plus. I know it can be corny in spots (that's where Doris Day excels) but it is a good insight into life in a military academy and how everything else is second to the academics there. Watching this film is good way to spend two hours and, just maybe, you'll find you enjoy it! I sure do!

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    • theresa
    • 5/1/08

    Cagney gets to dance, even when expressing anger (it's great!). Doris Day is good, Virginia Mayo is too. Particularly loved his rendition of the song "Brooklyn" where he does a fullscale rendition of the "hophead/pimp" character he used in Angels, and which he is most imitated for.

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