Kiss Them for Me

Kiss Them for Me

Director: Stanley Donen Cast: Cary Grant, Suzy Parker, Jayne Mansfield
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Kiss Them for Me 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A dreary, stillborn wartime comedy that even Cary Grant can't save. The plot, three Navy fliers who manuever shore leave in San Francisco, offers nothing original. The supporting cast is no help, either. Ray Walston is wasted, while Larry Blyden is loud and amateurish. The female leads don't fare much better. Jayne Mansfield wiggles and jiggles embarrassingly, while beauteous model Suzy Parker's attempt at acting is pitiful to behold. Best Performance: Nathaniel Frey (from Broadway's 'Damn Yankees') as CPO Ruddle. Stanley Donen, no less, directed this mess with an all too heavy hand. You've been warned: skip this one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I only saw this on AMC, as the disc is not out yet. Suzy Parker's performance was awful. One problem with being a bad actress, is that you look all the worse if you are paired with an excellent actor. While she was the real leading lady in the movie, it is the slinky Mansfield who gets top-billing. (No great actress either, but what she does, she does well). The script is largely drudgery. While Cary Grant is commonly in roles as the loveable rogue who tells whoppers to get what he needs, the script makes him sound more childish than clever. In the end, it is Suzy Parker, who seems as out of place as Katherine Houghton in 'Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?' and a weak script that make this the kind of movie best suited to elderly women doing the ironing.