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The Amazing Mrs. Holliday(1943)

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  • Mrs. Holliday

    • el debbo
    • 3/11/18

    I agree with Maltin..."lukewarm". Evidently Durbin and director Jean Renoir had a different, and probably better, movie in mind. Could've happened. The high points were Durbin's beautiful singing...in Chinese. Really splendid.And seeing her in that sequined gown by Irene. What a fantastic dress!

  • Wonderful movie!

    • Mary
    • 5/25/12

    This is a movie that will win your heart, make you smile and lift your spirits. Of all the movies I've seen over the last 50 years, this is one of the best. Deanna Durbin is by far one of the greatest singers and actresses of all time, possessing charm, beauty, and personality unsurpassed. Her performance as Mrs. Holliday is excellent, and is sure to become a favorite of anyone that sees it, no matter how young or old they are. I hope TCM will play it again, and then again next year.

  • Muito bom

    • Sonia
    • 11/10/10

    O filme timo. leve e suave . A Deeane Durbin est maravilhosa neste musical . Estamos em 2010. TCM este filme como diamante. Raro e muito lindo.

  • please!

    • Bobbie
    • 7/15/09

    I agree! the scene with the cherry is my all time favorite!

  • Find the movie and air it, please . . .

    • Victoria
    • 7/3/09

    I saw this movie over 40 years ago. It's typical Durbin fare: light, musical, charming. The scene that has remained with me all these years, and is resurrected by Julia Robert's escargot and Princess Anne Hathaway's first formal dinner, is the seemingly endless battle Durbin fights with a rogue maraschino cherry and a spoon.I will tell no more than to say the imitators have yet to equal the original.It is not Charlie Chaplin, it is Oscar Wilde.

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