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Holiday Inn

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Lovely Linda Mason has crooner Jim Hardy head over heels, but suave stepper Ted Hanover wants her for his new dance partner after femme fatale Lila Dixon gives him the brush. Jim’s supper club, Holiday Inn, is the setting for the chase by Hanover and manager Danny Reed. The music’s the thing.

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The movie Holiday Inn is a vivid confirmation of the fact that `it is not so important what you tell, it is important how you do it`.

A wonderful movie with a twisted plot, which in 1942 was accompanied by great posters and promo shots, it was nice to see Bing Crosby, Bud Jamison, Douglas MacArthur, Edward Arnold Jr., Fred Astaire, Irving Bacon, Irving Berlin, James Bell, Joan Arnold, John Gallaudet, Julia Faye, Keith Richards, Louise Beavers, Lynda Grey, Marek Windheim, Marjorie Reynolds, Mildred Harris, Oscar 'Dutch' Hendrian, Ronald R. Rondell, Ruth Clifford, Shelby Bacon, Virginia Dale, Walter Abel in one project.

What I love about is that absolutely any movie made in this genre always has such an important component as an unrealistically cool musical accompaniment.

The movie is as multifaceted as our life is multifaceted, I advise you to postpone everything and spend 100 min minutes on this movie watching.

You fall in love with this movie from the first scene, Mark Sandrich thought through everything to the smallest detail: a cool acting game and a plot, in which, in addition to drive, there is also depth, they catch to the depths of the soul.

Bing Crosby, Bud Jamison, Douglas MacArthur, Edward Arnold Jr., Fred Astaire, Irving Bacon, Irving Berlin, James Bell, Joan Arnold, John Gallaudet, Julia Faye, Keith Richards, Louise Beavers, Lynda Grey, Marek Windheim, Marjorie Reynolds, Mildred Harris, Oscar 'Dutch' Hendrian, Ronald R. Rondell, Ruth Clifford, Shelby Bacon, Virginia Dale, Walter Abel perform their roles in such a way that the acting itself is not visible, it seems that you are watching ordinary people who just live their lives.