If a Man Answers

If a Man Answers

Director: Henry Levin Cast: Sandra Dee, Bobby Darin, Micheline Presle
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If a Man Answers 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I saw this years ago also and I still think it is so funny. We just need to learn how to laugh at ourselves again. Some good old fashion fun!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is remeniscent of the days of simple pleasures, and just plain good fun and I was pleased to see it was finally available especially on DVD! It is exactly the cute kind of romantic comedy you'd expect from the Darin/Dee duo. This is a cute, lighthearted, no brainer, comedy. It is simply intended to be be what used to be known as 'ENTERTAINMENT'!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I saw this movie at the drive-in back in 1962 before everyone got 'offended' by everything. It is a shame that everything classic has to be judged on 'political correctness' or the level of offensive content. I thought it was a fun movie for the times. If you just sit back and have a good time, and not worry about whether it is politically correct or not, you may just enjoy this movie and others. The theme song sung by Bobby, 'If a Man Answers' is a funny song. Don't get 'uptight' as we said in the 60's - sit down and have a good laugh. Laughter is the best medicine. I haven't seen this movie in 42 years, but I have always remembered it as alot of fun, even though probably not an intellectual movie! Bobby and Sandra were so cute together, as were the innocent fun of the 50's and 60's. Signed-a female that can still laugh!!!
SB63 More than 1 year ago
Most of the times in our political correctness (or trying to be one), we forget the simple things that are called pleasurable. The critics comments buttress that part. Just opposite to what one of the customesr "A woman who can still laugh" has written, I am a man, who too can, and despite being dogged. And when I look into myself, probably that is true. Probably the males are highly manipulatable (due to their Ego) and when they are, for the good, why should one bother about "Politics"? Whether it was the mother or the daughter, they wanted a happy family, and they got it. Of curse if one looks into the movie, the senior (father) came to know later that he was being dogged, and he allowed the wife to think so, and soon the Son In law too was educated. Both were happy, the women in assuming, and the men in letting them, and the relations thrived. In real life too, one if thinks deeply, probably this is what would succeed even today, and the lack (not guiding but keeping the leash tight or not having the leash at all) probably is the reason of so many failures. Real life tragic Sandra was nice as bubbly and naive teenager. Of course there was something in the end that just pricked the sense, but I would let it forego. The father In law knew his and her identity, as well as the reason of her drama. He definitely can't have a go at his DIL. That one set of dialogue could have been avoided,
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