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Fine film about soririty life on a college campus
Loved this movie when it showed on television (USA network) a long time ago. Been looking to see it again ever since, but haven't been that lucky. It has some great moments and the moral issue about wheather or not sororities are a good choice for a college co-ed is handled with special tact by Jean Negulesco, it's director. A fabulous cast was assembled for this highly entertaining flick. Jeanne Crain and Dale Roberton are a great match. There's a lot of chemestry between them, too. Mitzy Gaynor is hilarious and down to earth. Watch for George Nader in a bit part. Nataly Shaefer and the rest of the girls in the cast are fine. Jean Peters and Jeffery Hunter stand out amongst the stars of this picture. Peters plays a sorority sister with a totally mistaken set of values and nearly steals the show. Hunter plays the fraternity snake to the hilt. Great entertainment and a fantanstic cast. In brilliant technicolor and a masterful job by director Negulesco.When will we see it on TCM and when will it come out in DVD? I hope soon. Me and my friends will be checking.
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This is a great movie. I hope it shows on TCM soon.
Jeaane Crain as the Little Girl
Jeanne Crain is lovely to watch as usual. Her performance brings about her signature "girl next door" charm Americana that makes any guy want to take her home to meet Mom. This is a great glimpse into the high society university life of the late 1940s and early 50s. Films of this period usually focus on the bobby soxer teens or full fledged adulthood. This in-between element of class & charm is entertaining, fun & educational to watch. Very refreshing when compared to the crazed world of modern day frats & sororities. Though sadly lacking in cultural diversity among the characters, that was the world of yesteryear.