Friday, May 4, 2012

Love Me Tonight (1932)

It's a ***musical***!!!! We've got music by Rodgers and Hart. We've got Maurice "Thank Heaven for Little Girls" Chevalier. We've got a plot straight out of a fairy tale. Chevalier plays a tailor pretending to be a nobleman, who falls in love with someone of his own class who poses no complications. Kidding. He totally falls in love with a princess. The film features the standard "Isn't It Romantic?", which was featured in the AFI's 100 Years . . . 100 Songs list, and the film made the institute's comedy and romance lists as well. It'll be a nice break before Das Boot.  

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