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Susie Steps Out Reviews

All the cliches of "radio musical" movies are adapted to the infant medium of television for this minor programmer. Caldwell works for an ad agency but is fired after a mixup with the boss's wife. Her father (Vivian), a cello player, becomes ill, and the family has no income until little sister Hunter poses as a nightclub singer and ends up a TV star. Simplistic and typical for this sort of film, with standard production values and reasonably good performances. Songs include: "When You're Near," "When Does Love Begin?" (Hal Borne, sung by David Bruce), "For the Right Guy," "I'm So Lonely" (Borne), and "Bob-Bob That Did It" (Borne, Eddie Cherkose).