- Acting of Lead Performers
- Acting of Supporting Cast
- Music Score
- Title Sequence
- Historical Importance
- Would You Recommend?
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I love this movie!
This is one of my favorite movies. The part where Bob Hope and James Cagney dance at the roast for Eddie Foy is not to be missed.
Bob Hope and James Cagney!
The best part of this movie is when James Cagney and Bob Hope dance together. Upon seeing that I have forgotten most of the movie, but I tell you, that one scene is worth it. I just watched a special on James Cagney where Michael J. Fox narrated. He said that when Cagney did the scene as soon as he started dancing his legs started hurting, but he continued on with the dance routine. James Cagney was in his mid-fifties at the time and to me he danced as good as ever. It was neat too, because I think all the people in the room where truly amazed to watch Hope and Cagney dance together. They were clapping and I think they felt honored to be able to see it live. Just as I felt honored being able to see it 58 years later! Amazing!
Seven Little Foys
- Patti De Leon
I LOVE THIS MOVIE! I completely enjoyed this film. I believe this is one of Hope's best. The real gem of the film is when Cagney and Hope tap dance together.
I lived down the block from "Irving"...
I lived with my parents in an apartment in Hollywood in 1954 just down the street from the little boy who played Irving Foy.His name was Tommy Duran. He and I and the daughter of my parent's landlord - a little girl by the name of Susan all played together. When he said he was in a movie - I didn't believe him and made my parents take me to the movies so I could prove him wrong!Well...to this day I am still amazed when I see the movie and that he is in it!Great movie...wonder what ever happened to Tommy?