The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (1947) [Import, All Regions]
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South Korean Edition DVD/Sound in English / Optional Korean Subtitles , easy to turn OFF..*****Summary: __Walter Mitty, a daydreaming pulp-fiction writer with an overprotective mother, likes to imagine that he is a hero who experiences fantastic adventures. His dream becomes true when he accidentally meets a mysterious woman who hands him a little black book. According to her, it contains the locations of the Dutch crown jewels hidden since World War II.
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It's laughable and lovable, thrilling and romantic. Danny and Virginia are a dream team, this one being their best collaboration. This movie has been a life's companion to me, since I saw it at the age of four or five.
If you have not yet seen "Walter Mitty" then I envy you!
This is a fun movie! Any Danny Kaye (1913-87) movie is worth seeing, and this one is doubly so. It has Danny's great hijinks and his wonderful off kilter singing. I liked the storyline and all of the antics, and the fact that the whole family could sit down and laugh along to this great comedy. If you like good comedy, and want something family-friendly, then you can't do better than this movie - buy it!
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Different from the new one but loved it too. Danny Kaye is so entertaining.Published 16 months ago by S. Bartel
Some of the gags fall flat, and one of his inimitable character-accent scenes is too long; but the Danny Kaye - Virginia Mayo pairing remains irresistible. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Brian W. Schacht
This movie is a classic as are all Danny Kaye movies. It is in color and in excellent video and audio condition. After seeing this movie, I wouldn't bother seeing the remake. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Rene Kamstra
It was always a favourite of mine.... now I can enjoy it for years to come. Happy viewing in days to comePublished 20 months ago by Diane Davis