I knew they had short ties back in the 40s, but…
This is a B movie from that box set where all the other B movies I’ve been watching. And as usual, it’s set in a vaudeville theatre, so that the movie makers can just film a bunch of stage actors and then pretend that there’s a plot between the bits.
This has a more substantial scripts than most of these movies….
It’s not a particularly inspiring movie. I can’t even work up enough enthusiasm to dis this thing.
It’s just meh.
Doll Face. Lewis Seiler. 1945.
Popular movies in December 1945 according to IMDB:
|8223||7.7||Leave Her to Heaven|
|511||7.5||The Red Dragon|
|5682||7.4||The Bells of St. Mary’s|
|2765||7.3||A Walk in the Sun|
|6031||7.3||They Were Expendable|
|216||6.6||Pink String and Sealing Wax|
|392||6.5||The Stork Club|
|1917||6.4||Caesar and Cleopatra|
This blog post is part of the Decade series.