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Unfaithfully Yours (1948)



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The incomparable Rex Harrison stars in the last great film to come from the great Preston Sturges. The film is a study of the effects of music on the human mind. After being confronted with an apparent family crisis, Harrison's character must conduct an orchestra -- he imagines different ways to deal with the crisis which reflect the tone of the music he's conducting at the time. Clever, funny, but with too much slapstick (Sturges' only continual failing), Unfaithfully Yours is an example of cinematic creativity that's seldom explored today.

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