Let's Do It Again

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 1953

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Director:
Alexander Hall
Released:
1953
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Let's Do It Again is a 1953 remake of the 1937 musical film The Awful Truth. Both movies are based off of a play written by Arthur Richman in 1924 called The Awful Truth. The movie centers around the relationship issues of an artistic couple who live and work in the heart of New York City. Constance (Jane Wyman) works as a musical performer, singing and dancing at a local theater. Gary Hart (Ray Milland), her dapper husband, is a songwriter. When Constance suspects Gary of cheating on her with another woman, she follows him out one night, pretending that she is actually going out with a friend named Courtney (Tom Helmore). When she discovers that her suspicions are true, she becomes gravely disappointed with Gary, telling him that she has always wanted a man who would be "there" for her - through the thick and thin. But as soon as Constance throws Gary out of the house, he shows more interest in her than he ever has in the past. He hangs around the house constantly, composing songs and singing them for Constance. Gary begs Constance to give him a second chance, but now that Constance has Gary's full attention, she can't decide if she really want's him to be "there" for her all the time. Let's Do It AGain is lauded as one of the best 30's-themed musicals to hit screens, and is a movie you don't want to miss.moreless

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Arts, Comedy, Music

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Musicals