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Easy to Like
This is an amazing film to watch. The colors are stunning - not to sound weird or anything, but the color of Esther Williams' skin is beautiful. All of the shows are wonderful, except for the "Ronald McDonald" one - that show was scary creepy, yikes! Poor kids. The story is only so-so and the ending is kind of blah, but it's such a great film with its' colorful wardrobe, sets, and shows, the story doesn't matter so much.
Good movie with iffy ending, saved by great cameo!
If you like Esther, you'll like the film. Van Johnson is a heel most of the movie so you don't really want to root for him. Tony Martin has one of his better roles and carries most of the music. The waterskiing scene is one of a kind and so is the water carnival. Not wanting to give away the ending, I was disappointed in the way it headed accept for being saved by one of the great cameos in a movie ever.
What a spetacular movie!!!!
Dear TCM,now a days you don't see movies like this one "Easy to Love" with Ester Williams!!!Wonderful water-skiing and easy story to make you lough! You wrote: Easy to Love- Our records indicate this title is not available on Home Video!?Well, how did you show it on September 17 at 7 a.m. when I missed it beacuse I was out of town, if it was not available?So, Please put it on your programe again in the near future and THANK YOU!Sincerely,V.Vasic
What a Cypress Garden sequence...
I had seen brief shots of the Cyress Garden water skiing sequence, and came by it again while reopening our movie room after a total teardown roofing extravaganda... yikes...when turning on the video projector and then a cable tuner voila.. up pops Ester Williams with this wild water skiing sequence...whhhhhhhhhhh WOW In a younger day I would have looked 4 the way to choose a remote, none in those days,slowly selected the clicking rotary dial on the RCA color set, none in those daysoh yea no cable, no other stations that played movies, NO TCM?man have we got it made now...but do we? why hasn't a DVD of this made it out yet...I havn't started my search yet..will you help me? eme @ email@example.com thanks