Let's Face It

  • 1943
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy, Musical

A screwball comedy adapted from a stage show by Cole Porter and Herbert and Dorothy Fields (which, in turn, was based on the play "Cradle Snatchers"). Danny Kaye starred on Broadway and Hope takes over his role in this film version. Three wives get tired of their husbands' cheating and hire soldiers to be their escorts. The wives and their military dates...read more

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A screwball comedy adapted from a stage show by Cole Porter and Herbert and Dorothy Fields (which, in turn, was based on the play "Cradle Snatchers"). Danny Kaye starred on Broadway and Hope takes over his role in this film version. Three wives get tired of their husbands' cheating and

hire soldiers to be their escorts. The wives and their military dates end up at the same place their husbands have come with the soldiers' girl friends. This sends up sparks and things snowball from there. The best sequence finds Hope atop a Nazi submarine, sending it aground by flashing a mirror

down the periscope. Songs include: "Let's Not Talk About Love" (Cole Porter, sung by Betty Hutton), "Let's Face It" (Porter, sung by Dave Willock, Cully Richards), "Who Did? I Did" (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn, sung by Hope, Hutton).

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