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Loved every moment but Robert Stack's car! OMG....What an Art Deco magnificent piece of machinery..stole every scene ...
- kevin sellers
If you like your comedies sweet, patriotic, and G rated (the question mark after the title's a real bait and switch) as opposed to, say, funny, then this movie should make you as happy as a prude in the Hays Office. And if the sweet, patriotic, G rated comedy starts to drag a bit then there's always those sweet, patriotic, G rated songs sung by the oh so perky Deanna Durbin. Give it a C minus for general insipidity. P.S. Are Robert Benchley's books really funny? His film appearances are barely amusing.
Good Movie, Good Cast Plus Deanna Durbin
Top notch family type comedy musical. Strong cast, good pace with one of Hollywood's greatest: Deanna Durbin. Her singing is enchanting as is her beauty. Basically fun stuff. She is credited with financially saving a major studio - Universal - with her box office successes and this is totally believable. I am an old biased geezer but the 30s through the 40s were Hollywood's Golden Age. After watching I went to youTube and listened to her sing Ave Maria and Danny Boy. Huge.
NICE GIRL? is very nice!
- Jane C.
This is a wonderfully funny movie with not only Deanna Durbin, but also Franchot Tone, Robert Benchley (hilarious), Robert Stack, Walter Brennan and Helen Broderick. With a cast like that it's amazing that this film hasn't yet been put on DVD! Durbin is one of 3 daughters of Robert Benchley who has a nice reputation. Becoming bored with her personna, she decides to change her image. She begins chasing suave Franchot Tone and even ends up at his house. Circumstance make her leave hurriedly, and she is seen driving through town in her red pajamas! It's a funny series of misunderstandings. When this film was released by Universal, the audiences came in droves to see it. I wish Universal would release this film on DVD now so that many more new audiences can see it, too!