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The incredible mr. limpet
- yvonne houston
my review is 5 STARS and please show this movie again i miss it a couple wks ago its so intertainning love it
Don becomes a fish, not a dolphin.
Fishy Don Knotts wins the war as Mr.Limpet
In this live action/animated fantasy..Comic actor Don Knottsplays a put upon,nerd.Whose wife wants him to enlist in theU.S.Navy. All Knotts wants is to become a fish.On a day at Coney island..his wish comes true..when he fallsoff of a pier and becomes a talking fish.Who not only helps theThe Navy win the war against the Nazis.He also leaves hisbullying wife for a beautiful talking lady fish. A Funny andcharming fantasy that will entertain everyone.
Timeless, light-hearted entertainment
- Bob M
Forget the nasty ratings posted elsewhere. This is one of the best family oriented movies made. I remember seeing this many times on TV when I was much younger, and enjoying it each and every time. Viewing it again only brings back good memories of a more innocent age, when values were different, and movies were made with different thoughts in mind. For entertainment..to allow us to lose the cares of the day, if only for a little while. Laughter is, and always will be, the best medicine.Enjoy the talents of the different actors and actresses from those times. We will never see ability, dedication, and artistry like this ever again. Especially in comedies.Thank God for TCM....we need them now more than ever.
A Water-Logged Comedy-Fantasy.
- Frank Harris Horn
Don Knotts of "The Andy Griffith Show" fame stars in this half-witted asinine comedy farce based on Theodore Pratt's novel set during World War II. Knotts stars in the title role of a nerd bookkeeper, who magically transforms (via animation) into a porpoise equipped with a powerful harmonic thrum, which he uses to help the U.S. Navy in hunting down and sinking Nazi U-Boats. This magnificent combination of live-action and animation may go over with children, but the humor is as dry as beach sand, and the plot is hardly intelligent. Co-starring Carole Cook, Jack Weston, Andrew Duggan, Larry Keating, Charles Meredith, Oscar Beregi and the voices of Elizabeth MacRae and Paul Frees.
Brings me back to childhood!!
Love this movie... this was the big show for us when we were kids! popcorn and soda on a blanket in the living room watching this on movie nights...love it!! Thanks for palying it TCM!!!