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Lovely To Look At(1952)

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  • Lovely indeed

    • mystic
    • 9/2/11

    I haven't seen this movie since I was EIGHT years old (npw 67)..I remember going with my sisters and cousins one Saturday afternoon in Johannesburg. Opulent, kitschy, dated , georgeous. The grand MGM musicals where a shot turns into a never-ending sound stage with a glorious fantasy ballet sequence, and who knew? "Smoke Gets in your Eyes' and a Howard Keel younger than Seven Brides and Showboat!!! And beautiful beautiful Ann Miller, always fabulous. I wept. Real tears.

  • "Lovely to Look At"

    • Prof_Alice
    • 4/20/09

    (The film, that is)! I thought I'd seen every great musical & then TCM aired this one. It's so rich with a great cast, especially Kathryn Grayson & Howard Keel's singing duets & solos, Red Skelton's antics, Marge & Gower Champion's gorgeous dance movements & a very funny story to go with all of that. How'd this musical go under the public's radar screen? Hmmm?-------------------------------------Submitted by: Prof_Alice dc_skinz@yahoo.com

  • Loved this movie as a kid!!!

    • Jean
    • 2/3/09

    Probably my all time favorite MGM musical. Saw it over and over and over again at our local movie theater in Emporia Ks. Love all the actors and especially Ann Miller's dance numbers. I so hope I will be able to purchase on video SOON. PLEASE!!

  • "lovely to Look at."

    • Asakura
    • 10/19/08

    good to see fred astaire and ginger rogers in an movie like this. enjoyed this classic.

  • When will TCM show this wonderful MOvie??????????

    • sybil
    • 1/27/08

    I have been searching constantly to see when this movie, LOVELY TO LOOK AT,will be playing on TCM. Pleas let me know. I hope it will be in the evening or night as I work in the day time. I'm also trying to find the tape to purchase. Do you know where??????

  • The Title Says IT All

    • Ann CArter
    • 4/12/06

    The title of this musical says it all. This movie is just beautiful to the eyes. The sets, gowns, dancing and backgrounds are really splendid. It reminds us of how spectacular and cheerful it was in the early '50's when America, tired of war and suffering turned to splendid bright colors to renew the spirit. How unfortunate that we have lost the desire to dress in such lovely attire and behave as humans should. A great film with a soft but pleasant story, not too much singing and just enough dancing.

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