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An okay tale of Marjorie Lawrence. The flight out of Australia and a very country type of existence to the world of America. It nonetheless doesn't seem to stick with you very long after seeing the film.
Growing up, when you watch a James Bond movie, do you think about the quality of the acting? Not me. As a kid watching someone like Roger Moore play Bond, the only thing I thought about was the quality of the action. True, the plot of a Bond film may become problematic when you get old enough to think about it, but even as an adult, I can't say I'll see a Roger Moore Bond movie in order to critique his acting job. This may be the very first time I've seen Moore in anything other than a Bond or a Simon Templar role, and The Saint TV series is another place where I put judging acting on hold. Moore is excellent as Eleanor Parker's very attentive manager-brother. That's a bonus here.
For opera buffs, this is a must-see for the opera highlight numbers performed by Parker lip-synching Marjorie Lawrence's beautiful voice. A very convincing job by Parker.
While Glenn Ford will probably never make my top actors list, he is as good here as I've seen him, playing the very supportive husband role. Remember that this is based on Lawrence's autobiography; we should all hope to have a spouse like this.
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