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The Girl Can't Help It, Movie, 1956 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Schlagerpiraten (Germany)
  • Una rubia en la cumbre (Spain)
  • Minkäpä tyttö sille voi (Finland)
  • La blonde et moi (France)
  • Gangster cerca moglie (Italy)
  • Uma Rapariga com Sorte (Portugal)
  • Flickan rår inte för det (Sweden)

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Ddey65 US

2010-05-08 19:34

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Hey, remember when they used that song in The Pink Flamingos? :lol: :D

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chicomarx BE

2010-05-08 19:53

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Yes, this is one of John Waters all-time favorites. He does the commentary, always entertaining... "What kind of CAR was that? It was a Chrysler corporation car I think. I bet it was an Imperial, they were really good. They were better than Cadillacs, they were trashier and nouveaux-richer."

chicomarx BE

2010-05-08 20:05

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"Apparently, Mr. Tashlin was so staggered by Miss Mansfield's shape that he couldn't get his mind off the subject—nor the camera, nor even the picture's plot. His script is concerned entirely with the theatrical advancement of a dame whose figure is so phenomenal that it yanks people's eyes right out of their heads. And his penchant for placing the camera and Miss Mansfield (whenever she's on the screen) in such relation as to pinpoint the phenomenon approaches the grotesque." (contemporary review in the NY Times)

anjei RU

2013-04-09 21:44

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At movie aslo we can see few more cars: White Delivery Van near Rehearsal Hall, white late-40s 4-Door Packard (at scene where Fats & Mousie cames to first bar)

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