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Look Who's Laughing(1941)

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  • A Trip Down Memory Lane

    • Judith Hirsch-Fikejs
    • 11/20/07

    There is still no substitute for the signature humor and voices of the Jordans as Fibber McGee and Molly. Complete with the famous hall closet and iconic lines like "It ain't funny, McGee" this movie reminds so many of us of nights spent in front of the radio and the laughs we shared with family and friends. What a great exposure to Lucile Ball before her comedic blockbuster career with Desi. And what a hoot to meet Gildersleeve again--another wonderful radio personality that was a guest in American homes for years. Simply a treat!!

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    • Priest Morello
    • 8/3/07

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  • "A great movies for Old Time Radio lovers!"

    • Art Ciccarelli
    • 2/25/07

    Radio was, and will always be "THEATRE OF THE MIND",and in 1941,what a treat for movie-goers to finally see their beloved radio stars on the silver screen...The acting in this comedy may not be the best, but I loved every performer in this film ,both on the radio and on the screen....Critics of today would do a thumbs down for this film, but I give it 10 stars..During the troubled 1940's, it was quite refreshing to go to the movies and laugh, without needing a P.H.D. to determine the plot..Every actor in this film was loved by the radio audiences of the 1940's

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