Change of Heart (1943)

Change of Heart





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In this musical, the third entry in a five-film series, a has-been songwriter, desperate for a hit, steals another's song. The real composer catches him, so he begs her to become his ghostwriter. She agrees, not because she is nice, but because she hopes to really embarrass him when the songs become popular. Fortunately, a romance ensues and the story ends on a happy note. Songs include: "Take a Chance," "Who Took Me Home Last Night," "Tam Boom Bah," "That's How to Write a Song," "Harlem … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Romance, Musical & Performing Arts, Classics, Comedy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Frank Gill, Jr.
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as Rick Farrell

as Jill Wright

as Belinda Wright

as Toni Jarrett

as Bradley Cole

as J. Macclellan Davis

as Janie

as Westinghouse

as Brownie

as The Harlem Sandman

as Count Basie Band Sin...

as Speciality Dancer
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Full Review… | February 23, 2012
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Full Review… | March 26, 2009
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Audience Reviews for Change of Heart

Minor programmer has a silly plot but Susan Hayward, looking beautiful, is saucy in the lead and was actually engaged briefly in real life to costar and Clark Gable lookalike John Carroll. Eve Arden is thankfully aboard to offer her peerless wisecracks and look glamorous. Gail Patrick is also on hand as a silky villianess. They are all better than the nothing script deserves. On top of that you get Count Basie and Dorothy Dandridge in a wonderful specialty number. With all the superior talent involved it's worth catching once but that will probably be enough.

jay nixon

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