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Two Weeks with Love (1950)

Two Weeks with Love

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Two Weeks With Love is set in a Catskills resort in the early 1900s. Seventeen-year-old vacationer Patti Robinson (Jane Powell) feels that she's a bit too strait-laced to attract the male contingent, and dreams of being a "woman of the world." Naturally, the principal object of her affections, dashing Demi Armendez (Ricardo Montalban), prefers an old-fashioned girl, but Patti doesn't find that out until the last reel. The supporting cast is well served, especially Louis Calhern and Ann Harding as Patti's long-suffering parents and Phyllis Kirk as a bitchy coquette. Stealing the film from their "elders" are relative newcomers Debbie Reynolds and Carleton Carpenter, who get to perform the delightful "Abba-Dabba Honeymoon."more
Rating: PG
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Classics, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: John Larkin, Dorothy Kingsley, John Francis Larkin
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jan 30, 1991
Runtime:
MGM

Cast

Jane Powell
as Patti Robinson
Ricardo Montalban
as Demi Armendez
Debbie Reynolds
as Melba Robinson
Louis Calhern
as Horatio Robinson
Ann Harding
as Katherine Robinson
Phyllis Kirk
as Valerie Stresemann
Carleton Carpenter
as Billy Finley
Clinton Sundberg
as Mr. Finlay
Gary Gray
as McCormick Robinson
Tommy Rettig
as Ricky Robinson
Charles Smith
as Eddie Gavin
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Colorful, featherweight but highly entertaining musical with a sprightly cast. Contains the famous Debbie/Carlton Abba Dabba Honeymoon number.

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Underrated MGM musical has its own quiet charm about it; musical numbers (some directed by Busby Berkeley) include a sweeping behind-the-credits introduction through a park as well as the hit recording of "Abba Daba Honeymoon," sung by Debbie Reynolds and Carleton Carpenter.

Absolutely charming, light-hearted coming-of-age story with a lot of heart and comedy. The songs are all pretty forgettable and sort of tossed in w/out any premise, but they aren't that distracting. Great chemistry btwn Ricardo Montalban and Jane Powell, who is perfect as the socially awkward Patti.

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