Belle of the Yukon (1944)
An ex-con-artist heads for the legal impunity of the Yukon to start a new life as a dance hall and saloon owner in this musical that features Gypsy Rose Lee and Dinah Shore. Songs include "Like Someone in Love," "Sleigh Ride in July," "Belle Of The Yukon," and "Every Girl is Different."
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Colorful minor musical is of interest mostly as a chance to get a glimpse of Gypsy Rose Lee in one of her few movie appearances. She offers a pleasant performance, nothing special but full of personality. It also has some eye popping costumes in vivid Technicolor and Gypsy's hair is done up in some truly gravity defying styles thoughout. Dinah Shore doesn't make much of an impression, her high sweet thin voice is put to service on some forgettable songs but in the acting department she is woeful. Fortunately the supporting cast of old pros is there to prop up the shaky leads with Florence Bates, usually cast as stuffy matrons, fun as Gypsy's flashy traveling companion.More
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