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So much to love about this movie
The entire premise (and conclusion) are awe-inspiring. So many beautiful values jam-packed into one movie. More young people need to see this film. An all-time favorite now, discovered 70 years after the fact in a hotel room last year on vacation!!
One of my Favorites
I watched this on TCM a few years ago, and I forgot what the name of the movie was, until recently my Aunt who is a Classic movie fanatic told me what it was called. I love this movie soooo much. It is one of my all time favorites. I really want this movie on DVD because I will definitely be one of the first to purchase and I am dying to watch it again.
Dunne to perfection!
- Ann Brown
She can't cook, but she can give her all for husband and country. An interesting look at liberal American values during WWII with a nifty cast. Charles Coburn is great as the obnoxious, but loveable publisher, Alexander Knox is so believable as the four-eyed editor who has to man-up for Officer's Training School, and Dunne is very glam as the sophisticated lady writer wife who supports him through the ordeal in order to propagate the couple's values and "win the peace."
I was utterly disappointed. Irene Dunne looked awful with her hairdo, her husband was downright ugly, and not a good actor, Irene was not pretty in this movie, and Irene didn't be herself. This movie was confusing, made no sense, was all over the place, and the cast was not captivating, or pretty. I would not recommend this movie.