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Too Many Girls(1940)

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  • Made Me Take Notice

    • Gordon Butler
    • 7/18/11

    As a baby-boomer, I know Lucille Ball and Desi Arnez from the late 50's on, practically all TV and broad,repetitive comedy every afternoon in reruns. Its refreshing to see them toward the beginning of their careers doing abig production with a great cast of singers and dancers. I don't know if Lucy did her own singing for the film, but it was great singing. It is a fun look at a young American cast right at the beginning of that frightful decade. Rogersand Hart are no slouches either!

  • Too Many Girls (1940)

    • Jay Higgins
    • 7/28/09

    Rather routine and ordinary, cute but nothing outstanding, best known for the casting of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz for the first time. Forgettable songs.

  • Early Intro. to Desi and Lucy

    • katemouse
    • 10/19/06

    This was a very cute movie musical mix typical of the 1940's. Saw it as a "bobby soxer" and loved it. Seeing it now it is anachronistic and silly but still love it..The movie is in Black and White and I think that was right for the time. Musical Movies of the day were either blockbusters in color with big stars like Judy Garland or Betty Grable etc. Or they were second features in Black or White. The colored features were often a little boring with scenes and music thrown in that weren't very good. This was apparently to help the company get the most out of expensive production costs. The Black and Whites were cheaper and shorter but often better in my opinion. Remember this was our first intro. to Desi and Lucy as a couple. Fun

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