Tea for Two Reviews

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Super Reviewer
½ January 27, 2009
Breezy version of No, No, Nanette in beautiful Technicolor. Doris and Gordon always made a good team in their films and this is no exception both are in fine voice. Eve Arden proves again that along with Thelma Ritter she was the best supporting actress the movies ever had. The only small quibble-since the film is set in the 20's why are all the hairstyles and fashions straight out of the 50's?
½ May 21, 2010
Very entertaining musical comedy, delightfully light and easy to watch. Some good songs, fine production. The costumes and art direction are quite good. Doris Day is sweet as usual. It?s the supporting cast that brings the film together - S.Z. Sakall, Billy de Wolfe and Eve Arden. They are all terrific. Good fun.
December 21, 2014
A light fluffy Doris Day technicolour remake of the Broadway musical No No Nanette. The only strange thing about this film is that for a film that is set in 1929, everyone looks like they stepped out of 1950, from hairstyles to costumes.
February 22, 2014
It's light and enjoyable, such as most Doris Day films. The title song is the brightest spot of this movie. This is the kind of movie you watch with the family, or if you're bored and need something to cheer you up. A nice little gem.
½ December 9, 2010
Am watching this movie and have to say that it is a very pleasant diversion. Doris Day is adorable, but I really enjoy any of the scenes that have Eve Arden in them....her sarcasm balances the over sweetness of the move nicely. Nice job, Ms. Arden!
May 21, 2010
67/100. Very entertaining musical comedy, delightfully light and easy to watch. Some good songs, fine production. The costumes and art direction are quite good. Doris Day is sweet as usual. It's the supporting cast that brings the film together - S.Z. Sakall, Billy de Wolfe and Eve Arden. They are all terrific. Good fun.
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