Those Redheads from Seattle (1953)
Movie InfoIn this musical, a mother takes her three daughters to Alaska to see their father who went up during the gold rush to seek his fortune. Unfortunately upon their arrival, they discover that he has been killed. To survive, the women must go to work. Not only do they find jobs, the three also find romance. This film was the first musical to be released in 3-D. Songs include: "Baby Baby Baby" (Mack David, Jerry Livingston, sung by Teresa Brewer), and "I Guess It Was You All the Time" (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael), "Mr. Banjo Man" (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans, sung by Brewer), "Chic-a-Boom" (Bob Merrill, sung by Mitchell), and "Take Back Your Gold" (M.H. Rosenfeld, Louis W. Pritzkow). … More
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Middling musical has some decent performances, the always reliable Agnes Moorehead chief among them, and colorful costumes and photography but forgettable songs and a very weak third act. Not awful but not worth going out of your way to catch either.More
I am not a fan of musicals, but I do enjoy 3-D. Well bad music, boring plot, and gimmick less 3-D makes this film hard to watch. Only about 4 scenes in the whole film had a real 3-D effect on it, that's just not enough. I would only give this film 1 star if I watched it in 2-D.More
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