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I Married an Angel(1942)

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  • Bizarre?!?! I think not!

    • Dereuff
    • 4/9/12

    Remember two things as you watch this film: a number of scenes were chopped out before release, which makes for some abrupt transitions (for instance, Edward Everett Horton just "appears" with an attitude, out of nowhere; Binnie Barnes is suddenly Jeanette MacDonald new best friend), and 2) most of the film is a dream sequence. Reviews I've read elsewhere fault the film for its illogic, but that's what makes this film so much fun to watch: anything goes in a dream. Every time I see it, I see something new and surprising. MacDonald looks incredibly youthful, Nelson Eddy's voice is magnificent, and the "birthday present" offered by three of Eddy's girlfriends...oh, my! A change of pace from the lush sentimentality of earlier MacDonald-Eddy films, but no less enjoyable for that.

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