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Miss Sadie Thompson

Miss Sadie Thompson(1954)

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  • Miss Sadie Thompson

    • Sandra
    • 7/28/14

    I adore Rita. This production exploited her and made her unattractive. Not by only her role, which was demeaning, but whomever did her makeup was most better assigned to the production of the Wizard of Oz. Why was this mess ever produced?!

  • Definitely a classic version

    • Jarrod McDonald
    • 10/26/09

    I agree that this version far and away outstrips the others. And it certainly seems to be one of Rita Hayworth's best dramatic performances. She's sensational. I like how well she plays off both Ferrer and Ray, who are very different in their acting styles. The scene where she breaks things off with Ray's character was probably my favorite part...it was heartbreaking. The only gripe I have with this film is that some of the music seemed to be badly dubbed...in particular, the song Rita sings to the kids at the beginning of the film...the music did not match her lips and it took me out of enjoying the film. And I felt like the production code may have hampered the ending, since the suicide of Ferrer's character is not really shown and seems to happen so suddenly. I had the feeling that some key scenes were left on the editing room floor to appease the censors. But other than that, it's a great movie and worth watching again.

  • This is the Classic Version

    • Auntranett
    • 7/11/09

    Rita Hayworth is who this film seems made for. Miss Sadie Thompson is an entertainer who's a bit on the loose side, who sings and dances (like a dream) to entertain traveling post-WWII GIs in the South Pacific. Missionaries en route on the same ship try to 'reform' her to suit their religious ideals. This film is a remake of "Rain" which shouldn't have starred Joan Crawford. In contrast, there's no doubt which version is better; which title actor is more talented (Hayworth), and the one who literally makes the part of Miss Sadie Thompson comes to life. Thank you Miss Rita!

  • sadie was in 3D

    • monteclouse
    • 5/6/08

    i seen sadie in 3D on its first release. i have an ad saying it is in 3D, it says rita in 3D.

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