Tammy and the Bachelor (14-Jun-1957)|
Director: Joseph Pevney
Writer: Oscar Brodney
From novel: Tammy Out of Time by Cid Ricketts Sumner
Keywords: Musical, Romantic Comedy
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Review by anonymous (posted on 6-Jul-2005)
This is a classic! It has
a good story line, character development is OK supporting cast is
outstanding. (any director that has Walter Brennan in his cast and
knows to leave him alone and let him work gets my vote). Though
presently known for his comedic roles, Leslie Nielsen plays his part
flawlessly and provides Debbie Reynolds the perfect setup for her lead.
She delivers the song "Tammy's in Love" with perfection, adding to the
overall effect of the film, not to mention the success of the song on
the charts. Simple, but effective, you walk away feeling good!!! A
Classic to be enjoyed in a day when classics are no longer being made.
This film, although simple, stands on its own.
Review by anonymous (posted on 27-Aug-2005)
I have seen this movie no
less than 10 times and I still find it fun to watch. First things
first....Leslie Nielson (Peter) was one of the most hansome men EVER.
The crush Tammy had on him had a good basis. His was HANDSOME and hard
working and had a fun personality. I loved the fact that he was so
protective of this special girl who had lived such a sheltered life. It
was humorous looking at things through her inexperienced and somewhat
innocent eyes. Tammy's grandpa, Peters girlfriend Barbara, the maid,
parents and aunt really round out the cast of characters. This movie
will never lose its charm.
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