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Nov 17 09 6:52 PM
The Batman of Gotham wrote:
You guys can joke all you like. As for me, I find a lot to admire about Ginny Simms!
And that includes her singing voice!
Nov 17 09 7:28 PM
Kay Kayser's okay in the later scenes, but I share the baby's reaction to his cringe-inducingly corny musical-comedy act.
Nov 17 09 7:34 PM
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Nov 17 09 10:05 PM
Lighten up, fellers!
I can't speak for the Count, but I just saw the easy setup he made, & lobbed a little joke (GOLLY - nobody ever does THAT around here, huh!)
For my part, I've always thought Ginny was cute, & liked her singing (I think I first saw here in this one, or NIGHT AND DAY.)
Nov 17 09 10:33 PM
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Nov 17 09 10:45 PM
She guested a fair amount, too - COMMAND PERFORMANCE, MAIL CALL, etc.
Nov 17 09 10:49 PM
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Nov 17 09 11:42 PM
Yes, gfanikf- Like you, I guess no one else liked the Kyser band. That's why they had 35 top ten records and 11 number ones...lol
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Nov 18 09 8:59 AM
Robert Summit wrote:
Kay Kyser's music is welcome in my house anytime. NOTHING produced in the last twenty years is!
Nov 18 09 9:18 AM
I do like the clothes (especially the hats) early on in the film.
Nov 18 09 9:59 AM
Nov 18 09 10:36 AM
Our three "horror" stars are very good in their limited scenes and seem to be having fun.
If you're watching it for them, well, it's no classic in the A & C Meets Frankie "vein"(pun intended).
I think Bela is particularly wasted. Lorre comes off best to me, and Karloff is okay.
But the film was made for Kyser fans, and there were plenty of them. The script is silly, but some of it is funny. They never claimed to be comedians.
It's well made and holds up as well as many other program films from the period
Nov 18 09 7:16 PM
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