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Sincerely Yours (1955)

Sincerely Yours




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At the height of his TV fame, flamboyant pianist Liberace starred in the lavish Warner Bros. production Sincerely Yours. A remake of the old George Arliss vehicle The Man Who Played God, the film casts "Mr. Showmanship" as famed concert pianist Anthony Warren, who at the height of his popularity is stricken with deafness. Learning to lip-read in record time, Warren sits in his luxurious New York penthouse apartment, using high-powered binoculars to spy on the various strollers in Central Park. Warren soon discovers that others have problems worse than his own and sets out to help those less fortunate souls.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Drama
Directed By: ,
Written By: Irving Wallace
Warner Bros.


as Anthony Warrin
Joanne Dru
as Marion Moore
Dorothy Malone
as Linda Curtis
Alex Nicol
as Howard Ferguson
Lori Nelson
as Sarah Cosgrove
Lurene Tuttle
as Mrs. McGinley
Richard Eyer
as Alvie Hunt
James Bell
as Grandfather Hunt
Herbert Heyes
as J.R. Aldrich
Edward Platt
as Dr. Eubank
Guy Williams
as Dick Cosgrove
Ian Wolfe
as Mr. Rojeck
Otto Waldis
as Zwolinski
Barbara Brown
as Mrs. Cosgrove
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Involving, moving story and lots of good music make film much better than its reputation.

Full Review… | August 1, 2013
Classic Film and Television

Audience Reviews for Sincerely Yours


Gooey mess that tried to turn Liberace into a screen star. The fact that he has zero screen presence and the charisma of a lemming should have been obvious from the first days rushes but they plowed ahead anyway. The film does have a few saving graces, high production values, a slick look, the wonderful Lurene Tuttle in a small role which she makes the most of and besides Liberace a talented cast doing what they can with a dumb script. Of course the music is wonderful but Liberace stripped of all his flash is a black sink hole at the center of the film from which it can't recover. The tap number at the end is a horror show all its own. A stinkeroo!

jay nixon

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