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A Lady Takes a Chance

A Lady Takes a Chance(1943)

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  • Wayne and Arthur are delightful!

    • C. Hawn
    • 4/1/12

    Although John Wayne plays a cowboy, as in most of his movies, in this film he is a modern-day rodeo cowboy whose profession is secondary to his character's role. So whereas Wayne often has a romantic interest in his movies with the romance being secondary to his greater mission as a sheriff, officer, or rancher, this is a strictly romantic comedy role in which Wayne's primary purpose is to alternately woo, then resist, then finally sucumb to the charms of Jean Aruthr. Arthur plays her typical plucky character with all the ease and wit audiences were used to seeing throughout the thirtys and forties, but I saw new aspects of Wayne in his portrayal of a guy who meets a girl and gradually falls in love. Sure he is tough and macho, but he is also relaxed, charming and funny as he demonstrates an ability to play light romantic comedy as well as the best of 'em. This little gem is well worth seeing for Jean Arthur fans as well as John Wayne fans!

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