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Rotten Tomatoes (a night to dismember)
- Arevir Trembor
Definately not Gone With The Wind. The only reason I saw this picture till the end was Loretta Young. Have been following her since I was a kid. You know (When I was young and gay (old meaning of gay)). Now I am olde and miserable. I liked and and like her so much that I would see anything she was in. You see I am a Narcissus. In fact a card carrying Narcissus which is the worst kind. That fact having been established I can safely say that I love Loretta Young more than I love myself so that means it's got to be the real thang. (old western talk for thing)
A Night to Remember
I know Brian Aherne remembers the apartment as a speakeasy, but his first line about remembering the apartment made me wonder if it was a nod to "My Sister Eileen." Is it? I have heard there are other nods to MSE throughout the movie. Is that true? If so, where are they?
For those who can't understand the humor,pay attention,put down the cell phones and act mature!This is a funny film,quirky characters,love "Old Hickory",Brian Aherne good lead.
A cute little mystery I would love to see again.
A Night to Remember 1942
- Ed D
This is s sweet little film that successfully combines a dead body in the garden scenario with the lively interaction of twowell matched leads. Plenty of comedic touches in a dark, spooky setting and the mystery holds up through out, If you like The Mad Miss Manton, this one will please too.
Comedic Film Noir
The film, listed as a 'suspense' movie, turns out to be a very nicely done latter-day 'Thin Man' tale, with great acting by Ahern in particular.It seems the 'mysterious' turtle bit came up again via Abbott & Costello soon after here. At first clever..then repetitive.No real thrills & chills, but a far better than average flick of the type. A well spent couple of hours.(By the way..I guess Sidney Toler had a little Scot in his speech...I initially thought he was doing Charlie Chan again.)