Can't Help Singing (1944)




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In this musical western, a young woman heads for California to find her errant lover and en route finds herself tempted by romance with another. This was the first Technicolor film in which Deanna Durbin appeared. Jerome Kern and E.Y Harburg penned the memorable songs that include: "Cal-i-for-ni-ay," "Elbow Room," "Swing Your Sweatheart," and "Any Moment Now."


Critic Reviews for Can't Help Singing

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This mediocre musical, starring Deanna Durbin in her only color film, was nominated for two Oscars.

Jan 20, 2012 | Rating: C+ | Full Review…

It's the first and only film Deanna Durbin did in Technicolor.

Jun 3, 2007 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Can't Help Singing

Deanna's in fine voice and looks great in Technicolor. The film itself is a trifle with zero relation to everyday life, Deanna travels all the way across country in a wagon train in frilly pastel gowns and saucer curls!, but if you like the sort of musical that is divorced from reality this is a pleasant time passer.

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