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- Vinny C.
At first, I did not expect much because I had seen so many 1960's "teenage" movies with Connie Francis. This movie was a welcome change. "Looking fo Love" had some great songs sung by it's talented star - Connie. The era had a great deal of similar plots but the writing and actors made this one believable. She (CS) is such a natural at delivering her lines; you cannot help but fall in love with her. The funniest scene was when she sang "Be My Love" on live TV. The beautiful 1960's clothes are an added bonus. An MGM classic.
Looking for Love
Thoroughly enjoyed. Connie Francis is at the top of her game. The songs are uplifting and perfect!
looking for love
- kevin sellers
All you need to know about this tiresome yet perky, 60s, pre Hippie "comedy" from the beach blanket crowd is that it's the only time I can recall where Johnny Carson has been on screen for more than three minutes without being funny. Oh, and the songs are crappy, too! Give it a C minus. P.S. Happy to report that Connie Francis comes through this dreary exercise with all of her considerable sexuality intact.
I Love Connie
- Vincent Lehotsky
Always have. Ever since the movies about beaches, girls and surfing. This movie's version of Connie singing Be My Love is the best ever version of this song's performance. Connie's duet with Danny Thomas only makes me wish that it was with me. However his reference to his nose is comparable with my voice. Alas we're all the more happy for their performance exclusively ...
The Best Singer in the Best Musical Comedy
'Looking For Love' starring Connie Francis is the best Musical Comedy film of all-time.Connie Francis is the best singer of all-time.Connie should have won an academy award for her performance in this movie.Today Connie is the most neglected singing superstar of the 60's.This film is also under-rated.You just have to watch it with an open mind & not listen to the critics.Connie is funny,talented and beautiful and is a great actress!The plot is superb,the chemistry of the actors is perfect,and of course,Connie's singing is perfect.
- David Atkins
Connie Francis made a pic a year for MGM in the early 60's starting with her smash hit "Where The Boys Are". This film"Looking For Love" has cameo's by a list of MGM contract players such as Paula Prentiss, Yvette Mimieux and George Hamilton.Jim Hutton another MGM contractee made a series of wonderful comedies at MGM with his glorious co star Ms. Prentiss, but wanted out of his MGM contract and was on suspension at MGM and was enticed back to work as Connie's co star and then was given his release.A fun comedy, a bit of trifle but fun anyway. PS See the always delightful Barbara Nichols in this film.
LOOKING FOR LOVE
IT IS A CUTE MOVIE FOR ITS TIME ABOUT A YOUNG SINGER TRYING TO FIND HER BREAK AND THINKING SHE LOVES ONE PERSON BECAUSE OF HER WACKY IDEAD ABOUT LOVE AND HOW IT SHOULD BE AND THEN THERE IS ANOTHER GUY IN THE BACKGROUND THAT LOVES HER THE WAY SHE IS AND WELL YOU WILL HAVE TO SEE IT . IT A GREAT MOVIE AND I REALLY LOVE JOBY BAKER AND CONNIE FRANCIS