Two Gals And A Guy

In the early days of television, Alda and his wife, Paige, are determined to break into this new form of show biz. Paige has a double role, playing both Alda's wife and the TV singing-star look-alike who is forced to leave a show. The producers are desperate for someone who looks like her to take over, so who gets the call? This was intended to be a spoof...read more

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In the early days of television, Alda and his wife, Paige, are determined to break into this new form of show biz. Paige has a double role, playing both Alda's wife and the TV singing-star look-alike who is forced to leave a show. The producers are desperate for someone who looks like her

to take over, so who gets the call? This was intended to be a spoof of TV but it never takes any real chances. The result is an ordinary backstage musical of limited originality. The players are handicapped by the pedestrian script and the direction doesn't help out much. Songs by Hal David and

Morty Nevins include "Laugh and Be Happy," "So Long for Now," and "Sunshowers." At the time of the film's release, Alda was appearing on Broadway in "Guys and Dolls," which may have prompted this film's similar title.

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