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If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium(1969)

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  • Very Good movie

    • The Cid
    • 3/8/14

    Much better than it would appear to be. Pleshette and McShain are excellent in the movie and the script is very good. Pleshette has always been overlooked and McShain previews his excellent talents to come. While one of the many romantic comedies of the period, it is better than most because of the actors and the screenplay. If it were in black and white and made in the 40's or 50's, it would probably be shown every month.

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    • Pete
    • 9/11/10

    A perfectly light hearted movie, full of fun and hilarious escapades endured by many first time tourists of Europe. This movie is one of the most credible travel adventures overseas even in this day. Please TCM show this movie soon.Thank youPete

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    • Janet
    • 1/24/08

    Now that Suzanne Pleshette has sadly left us, this movie must come out on DVD. So may crappy movies made in the past 20 years are on DVD, how hard is it to get this gem of a comedy on DVD. So many wonderful stars of the 60's made up the ensemble cast, and I think fans of Ian McShane in "Deadwood" would love to see a younger, more happy go-lucky version of the actor. Please someone make this title avaiable. It was definitely one of the better comedies of the 60's!

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    • Mary Miller
    • 1/7/07

    It was an important movie of its generation (1969) because of the cast, the color of Europe at that time and the understanding of tourism industry. It was a farce that rivals "The Russians are Coming..." and while there is a remake that was done in 198-, it does not reflect the time of the generation of the 60's, nor the understanding between Europe and America. (Not to mention the tension of the Vietnam war).I'd admit that the comedy is close to Jimmy Stewart and Sandra Dee's Movie (forgot the title), yet I would argue that they were not the same. This movie is no longer being released in any format, nor available in libraries. I feel that as an Anthorpologist, this is a loss to our culture and society towards understanding the era of 60's.

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