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God's Gift to Women

One kiss could kill him! Frank Fay, Joan Blondell and Louise Brooks sparkle in a pre-Code bedroom farce about a debonair heart patient who dares not pucker up for the girl he loves.



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Genre:   Classics, Comedy, Romance
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Director:   Michael Curtiz
Cast:   Frank Faylen, Laura Laplante, Joan Blondell
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God's Gift to Women
 
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4.0

" Don Juan of Paris ? "

By J.Gabin

from Pasadena, Ca

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Comments about God's Gift to Women:

The movie show is age. the print is really in poor shape and comes with all kind of damage: specking, marks,vertical lines, bad frames...
The audio track is also very damaged: "very noisy".

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4.0

Oh, Toto...

By zafrom

from California

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Pros

  • Engaging Characters
  • Entertaining

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    • Adult Viewers

    Comments about God's Gift to Women:

    "If you want to live, you must follow the tranquil existence of an oyster." So advises Frank ("Toto") Fay's doctor in "God's Gift to Women". But this doctor isn't Toto's family physician, only one sent by a father who doesn't trust his daughter around God's Gift. As this movie opens with a scene inside a lively Paris nightclub, we see why the father is concerned. This farce seems to me more silly than funny (with a good pre-code sight gag near the beginning), and moves along well enough during its 72 minutes. Director Michael Curtiz does as well as he can with the material, and perky St. Louis sweetie Laura LaPlante is at home here. All of the women, though, play second fiddle to Frank Fay, who always seems slightly intoxicated throughout. I wanted to see more of Joan Blondell and of course Louise Brooks, but they and Yola d'Avril do liven up the bedroom farce section. Margaret Livingston, Alan Mowbray, and Charles Judels have their few moments to shine. Whenever someone mentioned Toto, I thought of Sig Arno and Mary Astor in "The Palm Beach Story". This Gift has more modest rewards, but I still expect that you will enjoy this trifle.

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