A Date with Judy (1948)
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In this youthful musical comedy, Jane Powell and Elizabeth Taylor play two teen-age best friends who team up to help Powell's father Wallace Beery after they suspect him of having an affair. Actually, the portly Beery is really only taking dance lessons so he can surprise his beloved wife.
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Critic Reviews for A Date with Judy
A Date with Judy features a song called Strictly on the Corny Side, which might serve as the movie's theme song.
Taylor is breathtakingly beautiful, but Miranda walks off with every scene she's in.
A Date with Judy is loaded with youthful zest, making for gay, light entertainment.
It's ridiculously old-fashioned, but it's also spectacular entertainment, with wonderful songs, a big heart, and plenty of laughs.
Audience Reviews for A Date with Judy
Sweet comedy, a time capsule of teenhood in the movies in the 40's. Elizabeth Taylor is very young and very beautiful and Jane Powell is charming and pert. Carmen Miranda is a delight as always, her clothes are outlandish, take special note of her shoes and wonder how she could possibly walk in them! One quibble, the technicolor is unusually garish and at times the cast pratically glows orange.More
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