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Higher and Higher(1943)

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    • Maureen
    • 12/17/15

    Dear Turner Classic, Can you please help absent-minded people like I who submit a review before selecting a star rating? Other sites pop up a reminder to do this before publishing the review. Thanks. M.

  • Best Film Nobody Knows About

    • Maureen
    • 12/17/15

    Why this is not ranked much higher among the classics, I just don't know. The talent and music are extraordinary, especially for 40's music fans like I. Higher and Higher exemplifies that dignified time before women starting screaming out the songs and before ballroom dancing turned crass and frantic. Elegant, graceful and like velvet on the eyes and ears, I hope TCM puts this in a more frequent rotation.

  • Best Musical ever!

    • JOHN HART
    • 5/4/08

    Highly overlooked.I mean, Sinatra singing Rogers and Hart, and Jimmy McHugh songs?Singing yet to gorgeous Michelle Morgan and Barbara Hale. Duos with Marcy MaGuire and Mel Torme.Comic interplays with Jack Haley (the Tin Man), Leon Errol, Mary Wickes, and Mel Torme.More enjoyable and shorter than either, Ziegfield Girl, or even over produced, My Fair Lady.Sinatra, virginal and charming, and without the mannerisms he displayed later in, PAL JOEY, with Rita Hayworth, with that swooning voice that still grabs at the heart and emotion we live again as when wewere impressionable kids, thrilled by all that Fab talent! John Hart

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