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Spring Parade(1940)

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  • Bavarian Creme de la Creme

    • el debbo
    • 11/22/13

    Deeeelightful confection of a movie! I just loved it! And I pictured my mother, born in 1922, loving it as well. Miss Durbin was her favorite, and as she grew up in movies, my mother grew up, too. Lots of simple humor, "Arrive by train?" "No, by haystack." Etc. Cuddles Sakall is wonderful in this, and Buddy Butch are simply delightful. The sets and costumes are divine, the music is sweet, the story charming. One day I watched this, my first Durbin experience.... then I jumped ahead in time and watched "Christmas Holiday 1944" to see her as a fully-grown torch singer. Wow. Real wow.

  • The Marx Brothers on Valium

    • Curt Tow
    • 8/20/09

    One of the most hilarious Durbin movies seen to date. It co-stars a demented Mischa Auer, a recalcitrant goat, a beguiling Robert Cummings (acting like a slightly sedated Betty Hutton), and a host of others. Sample dialogue (not verbatim):1.) "Are you undressing or shedding?"2.) "Is she new here?" "She just arrived." "Is she a relative?" "No, she's a sort of accident."3.) "Did you just arrive by train?" "No, by haystack."4.) "If you marry a count, you'll be a countess." "Yes, and a magician as well."Here is Durbin, singing her way into our hearts (time after wonderful time), dancing the czarda, and presenting herself as a truly adept comedienne. There is absolutely nothing not to like, and it's a Hollywood version of an historical Middle European confection - an anomaly among this gifted star's filmography. She shines yet again and looks so luminous throughout.

  • A Wonder-filled Movie

    • William Flax
    • 12/18/08

    Absolutely my favorite movie of the hundreds that I saw as a child. It combines humor, whimsy, charm and romance--as well as a glimpse of an earlier era. I saw it seven times in 1941. After 67 years, some of the scenes are still vivid, still bring a smile to my mind.

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