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Faithful in My Fashion(1946)

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  • Faithful in My Fashion

    • Gil Siegmund
    • 3/18/10

    This movie captures the true and very appealing atmospherethat once was Hollywood. The casting is outstanding, the acting is second to none, and the story presents a part of the history of the "Great Generation," the one that saved the world from dictatorship in Europe and Asia. The story of this movie is loaded with outstanding characters, subdued comedy, drama, and terrific writing. Tom Drake plays the role that exemplifies what most likely happened to many servicemen who returned from World War II in one piece. After being overseas for four and half years, the war hero(all those who gave their all in World War II, those in the armed services and those on the home front are heroes or heroines to me) returns home to a different home-front scenerio. Tom Drake and Donna Reed are the lead characters in this movie. Every other member of the cast is also a tried and truedoctor of the movies. I don't believe any review can give the reader a true appreciation of this movie. I would strongly recommend that the readers of this review see this movie when you get a chance. It is well worth the time.

  • Love those wartime romantic comedies

    • irishelle28@yahoo.com
    • 6/4/09

    DI love this movie too. The war movie romantic comedies were smart, fun and romantic. Some other movies that fit in this genre are Government Girl and Pillow to Post. I wish TCM would play them more often.

  • Faithful in My Fashion

    • Naty
    • 4/14/06

    Faithful in My Fashion has been one of my favorite films since I first saw it. It's one of those films which you wish that could happen to you. It's a quirky, adorable and lovable picture. I love Tom Drake's performance in this film. I've always loved classical films and so do many of my friends my age. I know if you watched it you'd come to love it as I do. It's a great romantic and comical film. 'Faithful in My Fashion' a one and only!

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