Nice Girl? details
|Starring:||Deanna Durbin, Franchot Tone, Walter Brennan|
|Director:||William A. Seiter|
|Run time:||1 hour 34 minutes|
|Rental release:||04 Oct 2004|
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Nice GirlBy a customer from Milton Keynes, England , 27 May 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]This was a very nice film, rather old fashioned but the singing was very good.
Nice film!By a customer from Lewes , 01 Dec 2008Made in 1941, just after America had entered the war, this was the last but one of the Durbin vehicles produced by Joe Pasternak, who never put a foot wrong with his star. In this one Deanna is again involved with an older man (Francot Tone) before going back to first love (Robert Stack). But the innocuous story is not really the point: the point is Deanna Durbin's charming personality and lovely voice, and nice comedy support by Robert Benchley as her father, Walter Brennan as the local postman, and Helen Broderick (Broderick Crawford's mother) as the housekeeper. Deanna sings (beautifully) 'The Old Folks at Home', 'Beneath the Lights of Home' and as a finale,
'There'll always be an England'. What more could one ask?
nice girlBy ricky (361 reviews) from Hastings , 13 Nov 2007old but good and clean exellent music
How we thought of the U.S.A. in 1941.By Ellen Stevenson from Dumfries , 08 May 2006When we were in the thick of war, blackouts, & blitzkrieg, the U.S. appeared to be an unachievable dreamland. This is a typical light-hearted musical comedy with Deanna (now 84) singing at her best.
Nice GirlBy a customer from Milton Keynes, England , 27 May 2005This was a very nice film, rather old fashioned but the singing was very good.
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