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Dreamboat(1952)

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  • DREAMY FUN !!

    • el debbo
    • 8/6/15

    Love this sweet little movie! From start to finish, it's a delight. I especially like the scene where Elsa Lanchester and Clifton Webb catapult out of the hotel room, looking very disheveled, and blithely say "Hello Carol." "Hello Bill." to the surprised young ones kissing goodnight! Priceless. Also love "The Eyebrow" that Jeff Hunter uses with great effect, at his apartment and in the courtroom. Very witty. 5 sparkling stars from me.

  • one of thefunniest films

    • ronald wilkie
    • 8/24/12

    As a teenager in calcutta isaw this film and split my sides laughing .Clifton webb was superb as he was in his mr belvedere films .They dont make movies like these anymore ,,,shame

  • Dreamboat (1952)

    • Mr. Blandings
    • 4/9/12

    Clifton Webb, Ginger Rogers, Anne Francis, Jeffrey Hunter, and Elsa Lanchester are all in good form in this very enjoyable comedy. The surprise clip at the end was clever and hilarious! ****

  • another lost movie

    • julie bozarth
    • 12/1/11

    this was such a fun movie. filled with stars. why is it lost? with a cast of ginger rogers, clifton webb, and anne francis - it should be shown often. there are so many movies that are shown constantly. we would love to see this one get a new audience. very few people have had the opportunity to see it. it's fun and funny and what more can you want in a comedy - fun, humor, and a great cast.

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