Calamity Jane (1953)
In this film, Doris Day stars as Calamity Jane, a rootin', tootin', shootin' hoyden in the western town of Deadwood. Jane promises the citizens of Deadwood that she can persuade classy Chicago stage star Adelaide Adams to perform at the local opry house.
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Critic Reviews for Calamity Jane
Neither great, nor perhaps even very good, the film remains a charming artifact.
Fun, snappy Warner musical with colorful Day and Keel.
Poorly directed by David Butler, this musical version of Annie Get Your Gun, features the popular Oscar-winning song, Secret Love, sung by Doris Day.
so removed from even the most imperceptable nod toward reality that even a history know-nothing like myself found its liberties on the distasteful side
An OK musical, derivative of Annie Get Your Gun, which is 100 times better.
Audience Reviews for Calamity Jane
Doris Day wheels out Que Sera yet again in a comic western that will appeal to fans of romantic musicals. Of which I am not one.More
Doris Day is on a role with this role. The songs, oh the songs. Howard Keel... The old west. The humour. The fun. The action. Oh how I love this film!More
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