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Have to agree with what were they thinking!
On the whole an average Hollywood bio-pic. But the "Harlem" number blew it for me. Though it was ironically funny,since the number is taking "place" in Paris, where they really could have black performers. But black face in color really looks bad and unexpected. Likeable cast.
What Were They Thinking?
The Technicolor is splendid, as is the vivacious Ms. Grable, but the parade of horrific production numbers is stupefying and downright offensive. Even in 1945, what was Zanuck thinking with the over-the-top racist "tribute" to all things Harlem? White chorus women in dark body make-up and Grable/Haver as twin Topsies! Omigosh.
BEST MOVIE EVER!!!
I LOVE THE DOLLY SISTERS. BETTY GRABLE AND JUNE HAVER ARE THE ULTIMATE FIRST TECHNICOLOR QUEENS OF THE '40'S!!!