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Lady in the Dark(1944)

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  • Lady in the Dark (1944)

    • Mr. Blandings
    • 10/13/11

    Strange, overblown mix of psychological drama and musical romance. Rogers and Milland make it watchable but they are limited by the script. Ms. Rogers gets a chance to play her younger self in a couple of scenes, reminding one of her convincingly comic disguise as a 12-year-old in the wonderful "The Major and the Minor," also co-starring Ray Milland. The dream sequences in "Lady in the Dark" are kind of far out and seem out of place in this picture, which is sort of interesting but overall the subversive message of the film is unsettling: That any woman who doesn't aspire to be dominated by a man or think that being a pretty wife is their most important calling should have their head examined. Sad that Ray and Ginger wanted to do a film like this, really.

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    • Barry Phillips
    • 3/10/06

    Super lavish and VERY 40's adaptation of Gertrude Lawrence stage hit with most of the songs cut. (Listen to La Roger [whom I love but] do "Jenny"' and the reason is clear.) Garish, choppy, dated-even-at-the-time-of-release (it was shelved for one year) folks; this is a movie to do drugs by. I mean - what were these people thinking about? One of the oddest things ever filmed..

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