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November 21, 2009

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jbryant

Crickets in here. Well, I'll chime in to say I liked this film very much. Sturges made some good films, but doesn't seem to get much respect. Spencer Tracy still amazes me. His low-key style seems modern. Even though I have no problem with the "dated" histrionics one sometimes finds in classic films (styles change, so what?), Tracy has a naturalness that should be the envy of any current actor.

D Cairns

Am loving this series. Hoping to ensnare a copy of this movie soon.

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