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  • Really charming Chevalier vehicle

    • Liz
    • 3/9/13

    Hard to resist a movie that starts off the bat with Maurice Chevalier singing one of his signature tunes, "Valentine." He's got two fun parts and two fabulous leading ladies in Merle Oberon and Ann Southern. The clothes are a must-see. And there are two deliciously surreal production numbers NOT by Busby Berkeley, one of which, "Rhythm of the Rain," starts out as something of a predecessor to Gene Kelly's "Singing in the Rain." And, for a post-Production Code movie, the double entendres are thick and fast. Enjoy!

  • Light and comedic!

    • RedRain
    • 3/8/13

    Just a film to watch in front of a fire on a cold night. Not a great film but one that will have you giggling. Chevalier is wonderful playing dual parts, as an entertainer and a baron. The surprise of the film is the VERY sexy Ann Sothern who is in the film too briefly but very memorably. I have actually been at the Folies Bergere in Paris and it is quite a bit more risque in costuming than what you see here but, then again, they didn't worry about censors over there! The gorgeous Merle Oberon as the baroness is quite good and her wardrobe is a must see. The Busby Berkley finale is worth the viewing of the film!

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