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It Started with a Kiss(1959)

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  • It Started With a Kiss

    • Gregory
    • 1/22/16

    When did the public become so lacking in basic knowledge about the military? TCM synopsis reads an "Army Officer" while my AT&T Uverse screen guide calls him an "Air Force Cadet"! First, he is neither an officer nor a cadet - he is an enlisted man - a Staff Sergeant to be exact. A cadet is a student in military prep school, college ROTC or one of the Service Academies. An officer begins with 2nd Lt up to the rank of General. There was a time where even every teenage girl in America could look at a guy in uniform and know the difference between a Private and an Admiral but today - everyone is so uninformed. As a veteran - this is beyond annoying. Now, to the film - funny, great chemistry between Ford & Reynolds and a delight to watch!

  • fun movie

    • Nora Qudus
    • 5/1/14

    everyone is wrong Glenn Ford is in the Air Force not the Army.

  • It Started with a Kiss (1959)

    • James Higgins
    • 2/11/10

    Cute romantic comedy, typical of its era. It's not particularly memorable (except for that car!), but it entertains along the way. Glenn Ford and Debbie Reynolds have a good rapport together. Good production, fine supporting cast.

  • A Star, Miss Debbie Reynolds

    • Eileen Holst
    • 4/18/09

    I have seen and loved all of Debbie's Movies. She is truly an American Treasure.

  • Love this film

    • Janig
    • 5/11/08

    One of my favourite Glenn Ford films. He is at his most attractive and sexy in this and the chemistry he and Debbie Reynolds have is wonderful. According to the article on this site it went off-screen as well! The film itself is charming and very funny in places, well worth watching. Fred Clark is hilarious too.

  • It started with a kiss

    • steve
    • 12/16/06

    Cute movie and you have to love that car. I bet on a hot day you could cook a chicken in there. The actors beter hope it has a/c

  • Please put it on DVD!

    • Cheri
    • 9/19/06

    This movie is hilarious! Debbie Reynolds is perfect. If you like her in "The Unsinkable Molly Brown", this is even better! Glen Ford gives one of his most interesting performances.

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