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Slightly French (1949)

Slightly French

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In this romantic musical comedy, a stage director loses his job after nearly causing a major star to suffer a breakdown. To make his way back to Broadway, he engineers and ingenious plot whereby he takes a girl from a Brooklyn carnival and convinces his peers that she is a popular French star. His ploy is a brilliant success and along the way he and his charge fall in love. Songs include: "Fifi from the Folies Bergere," "I Want to Learn about Love" (sung by Lamour), "Night," "I Keep Telling Myself" (Lester Lee, Allan Roberts), and "Let's Fall in Love" (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler, sung by Lamour).more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Romance, Comedy, Musical & Performing Arts
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Written By: Karen de Wolf
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Columbia Pictures

Cast

Don Ameche
as John Gayle
Dorothy Lamour
as Mary O'Leary
Janis Carter
as Louisa Gayle
Willard Parker
as Douglas Hyde
Adele Jergens
as Yvonne La Tour
Jeanne Manet
as Nicolette
Frank Ferguson
as Marty Freeman
Myron Healey
as Stevens
Jimmy Lloyd
as Assistant
Michael Towne
as Assistant
Fred F. Sears
as Cameraman
Frank Mayo
as Soundman
Carolyn Hughes
as Secretary
Fred Howard
as Newsman
Charles Jordan
as Studio Policeman
Hal K. Dawson
as Director
Carol Hughes
as Secretary
Will Stanton
as Cockney Barber
Al Hill
as Brazilian barker
Pierre Watkin
as Publicity man
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All Critics (2)

Really strange musical comedy with a satire on show biz.

Full Review… | January 30, 2012
Classic Film and Television

Modestly entertaining.

Full Review… | August 1, 2010
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½

interesting sirk musical comedy minus all sirk's emotional drama and pathos its the most un sirk douglas sirk movie that i've seen.

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