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  • Clothes horse breaks leg

    • Don Letta
    • 1/14/14

    Kay Francis muct have been a costume designers dream. 5'9", slim, raven-haired, with an obvious sense of personal style. Collaborating with her, rather than fighting with most of the other beauties of the day, trying to turn their 5' frames into towering and commanding powerhouses was probably a real joy.However, the mighty fell in this film. Francis' clothes were by and large hideous, most especially the gown-jacket thing she wore in the fiinal party scene. It appeared to be made of broiler strength foil, trimmed with silver dough forced through a cookie press, to create a hip waistline of loops and braids. Adding to the sight, the jacket, made of the same foil, but with the addition of a fur life-vest...a sea voyage honeymoon?Clearly Ms. Francis was not at her best when she visited the designer for this film. Also, she wore turbins very well, but so many???????

  • WHY AREN'T ALL DEANNA DURBIN FILMS ON DVD?

    • Jane C.
    • 5/23/13

    Who decides which Deanna Durbin movies will make it to DVD or not? There are two sets of her movies out, and yet the following movies have not yet been made into DVDs -IT'S A DATE (with Kay Francis who is also wonderful!)I'LL BE YOURSHIS BUTLER'S SISTERNICE GIRL?UP IN CENTRAL PARK100 MEN AND A GIRLPlease put these movies onto DVD soon! If they've been put on VHS (which they have) then why not put them on DVD?

  • IT'S A DATE

    • Lesa
    • 6/17/12

    WONDERFUL MOVIE BUT CAN'T SEEM TO FIND ANYWHERE ON DVD.

  • good show

    • Tracy
    • 1/23/11

    I love kay francis. next time no d durbin. kay's clothes are all so great . but who ever put her in those turbins please. this nice amusing show worth seeing

  • DON'T SHOW ON KAY FRANCIS DAY! Save for Durbin

    • spunkylubbock
    • 1/13/11

    I'm so insulted TCM chose this Deanna Durbin vehicle to show on Kay Francis' birthday! I LOVE KAY FRANCIS and this film is clearly for Deanna Durbin fans. Once a year, maybe, TCM plays Kay Francis movies. If they are going to show a movie where Kay is NOT the star, then PLEASE, PLEASE show one of her wonderful pre-code films before she became a star, when she was working her way up, not this film. How about showing a Kay Francis film that's never been shown or rarely shown on TCM instead of this one that gets shown frequently? It's a crime for TCM to waste valuable Kay Francis time on Deanna Durbin! I understand those who like Durbin & I'm not knocking her singing talents, I'm just NOT a fan of hers & DON'T want see her when I tune in to see Kay Francis! It's like expecting exquisite dark chocolate & biting into icky overly sweet fake chocolate!

  • It's A Date

    • Pat
    • 6/3/10

    Excellent film with superior acting and singing. Her rendition of "Ave Maria" ranks with the best. Please make it available for DVD distribution.

  • It's A Date

    • Sue
    • 1/14/10

    Wonderful film showcasing Deanna Durbin's exquisite voice, and the acting talents of Durbin, Francis, Pidgeon, etc. It would be great if we could learn who wrote the script/screenplay - it was witty, entertaining, and original. What a refreshing film?

  • It's a date

    • Yvette Pruett
    • 9/19/08

    Excellent production. One of the rare films of Deanna Durbin, young soprano who abandonned her career to spend her time with her family. The singing is wonderful.This film should be available on VD.

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