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Shocking Miss Pilgrim [Import]

Betty Grable , Dick Haymes , Edmund Goulding , George Seaton    Unrated   DVD
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A liberated female typist in the late 19th Century shocks staid Boston with her outspoken views on women's rights. The luminous Betty Grable and lively Gershwin tunes make this an enjoyable, toe-tapping romp. Presented in 4:3 pan and scan using the highest quality source material available.

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5.0 out of 5 stars very nice May 6 2014
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was a nice movie i only wish it was a longer one . oh well was hopeing for lost scenes
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5.0 out of 5 stars A DIFFERENT BUT WINNING BETTY GRABLE March 9 2013
By dagglebert - Published on Amazon.com
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An atypical Betty Grable movie that allows her star to shine brightly, proving she was a far better actress than she gave herslef credit for.

Fox darkened her hair and sent her legs into hiding, apart from a couple of brief flashes of ankle, resulting in an excellent performance from her as Boston's first female typewriter (typist), who becomes a women's suffrage leader and convinces the man she loves that women are equal, too.

A lively supporting cast, including Anne Revere, Gene Lockhart and Allyn Joslyn, assists Grable in making this one fun to watch.
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3.0 out of 5 stars No dancing Betty in this one! Sept. 12 2013
By D. S. Wymore - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm so incredibly happy that Fox has finally seen the light and has recognized the fact that there is a market for these films. Yes, they probably won't sell to the masses at Wal-mart but there are those of us who A) don't shop there and B) enjoy certain stars in just about any film they're in.

I understand at the time this film was released, the critics and audiences were disappointed that Betty Grable was in a long skirt (no famous gams to be seen) and didn't dance. There are no production numbers, either. Her leading man, Dick Haymes, was a crooner, not a dancer and the storyline doesn't really leave room for any dancing.

The story revolves around the women's suffrage movement in the 1870s. When Betty takes a job as a typist in an office, Boston is set on it's ear at the thought of a women doing a man's job. Consequently, Betty charms everyone and proves that she is very capable in all she does in the office, proving that women can work outside of the home.

The songs by the Gershwins are not as famous as most of their other material. "As if I Didn't Have Enough on my Mind" is the stand out.

As with all of the DVDs in the Fox Cinema Archives series - this is strictly bare bones: no chapters, no trailers, no commentaries, no inserts - just the movie.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Not Shocking... Right On Time Feb. 9 2014
By H. Fenton - Published on Amazon.com
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Betty Grable is incomparable as a female suffragette, a modern-working woman who challenges the placid facades of Boston society when she falls in love with her wealthy, elitist employer. Love the way Betty does not flinch from confrontation with his snobbish family or his own caveman beliefs. Beautiful story. Now if they would just release Mother Wore Tights. Come on Fox get Betty's best (my favorite and her personal favorite on DVD too)!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Always wonderful Jan. 10 2014
By Julzweaver - Published on Amazon.com
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I wish all Betty Grable movies were available on DVD. Lucky for me my dear darling enjoys them as much as I do.
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5.0 out of 5 stars ONE OF GRABLE'S BEST. COLOR WAS BRIGHT July 2 2014
By Randall Ericson - Published on Amazon.com
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ONE OF GRABLE'S BEST. COLOR WAS BRIGHT. WHEN IT COMES TO WOMEN AND TODAY'S GLASS CIELING AND 77 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, THIS FILM IS TIMELESS. GREAT SUPPORTING CAST AND NUANCED SITUATIONS AND DIALOGUE. DICK HAYMES AND GRABLE MAKE SURPRISINGLY GOOD CHEMSTRY (AS THEY DID IN "DIAMOND HORSESHOE", THE BLOND GRABLE (THO' SOMEWHAT DARKENED FROM HER USUAL PLATINUM) WITH A BLOND LEADING MAN, A NICE DEPARTURE FROM JOHN PAYNE, DON AMECHE, OR VICTOR MATURE, HER USUAL DARK-HAIRED LEADS. YOU'LL BE WARMED BY IT.
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