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Mannequin(1937)

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  • mannequin

    • kevin sellers
    • 7/23/15

    The scenes with Joan Crawford's disaster of a familythe defeated mother, the lazily abusive father, and the sneering punk brother (played to obnoxious perfection by Leo Gorcey)are wonderful. The scenes with Crawford's first husband, the selfish and self pitying Eddie (well played by an actor I'd never heard of named Alan Curtis) are fairly good, if a bit repetitive. The scenes with Crawford and Spencer Tracy, which form the backbone of the film, are, alas, kinda boring. Tracy could do almost anything in movies except be a conventional leading man, which is what he is called on to be here. Any number of other actors (i.e. Frederick March, Robert Taylor, and of course Clark Gable) would have been better. The love scenes with him and Crawford really fall flat. As far as Crawford herself goes, she's solid. A bit on the overly dramatic side, but mostly believable as a strong working gal, which is what she did best. Let's give it a B minus.

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    • SABRINA
    • 9/11/10

    I WAS BORN IN THE SIXTIES, HOWEVER I'M A CLASSICAL MOVIE LOVER! AND THIS HAPPENS TO BE MY FAVORITE ONE OFF ALL TIMES.....

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