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The best musical movie ever made! With the best movie song ever sung: Hey There!
Broadway musicals rarely get a transfer to the screen as exciting and faithful as this one; George Abbott and Stanley Donen co-directed this adaptation using Bob Fosse's choreography and most of the original Broadway cast, excluding Janis Paige, who was replaced by Doris Day. Hit songs included "Hey There," "Hernando's Hideaway," and "Steam Heat," the latter performed by the wonderful Carol Haney. Not to be missed.
This is a famous movie. I like to see this film ?? into this pyjamas factory in America.
Colorful, fun and great Fosse choreography, the PJ Game is everything a 1950's musical should be. Day is outstanding and not as classically stylized as her later performances became. Raitt is a powerful singer but a bit stilted on camera. The real stars are Haney and Foy and the production of Steam Heat is incredible.
Just love watching Doris. A wonderful actress and she lights up a room with her smile. Never get bored watching her movies over and over.
Good golly, why is this amazingly entertaining musical never mentioned in the same conversation as Singin' in the Rain and An American in Paris? It's every bit as wonderful and, dare I say, even more fun. It may not be on the same scale as all the MGM extravaganzas of yore, but directors Stanley Donen and George Abbot made the small budget work in their favor by being clever with the design and camera movements. Not to mention, Doris Day is superb in her no-nonsense, no-schmaltz role.
Lame. Not very impressed with Doris Day at all.
ONCE A YEAR DAY IS GREAT
I hate romance movies. But there are still better ones that I've seen than this
It was ok. I'm just not a big Dorris Day fan I guess