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Anyone who goes to see "Rosalie" will learn a lot about a lot of things. For instance, that Vassar girls live in sumptuous quarters with a complete lack of police protection or how a West Point football coach tells an All-American to play against Navy.
You will also see the same Nelson Eddy, whose voice thrilled you in "Rose Marie" or "Naughty Marietta", and who still acts like a wooden soldier. But he can be forgiven for his acting, for no one could act the part that he was given. Mr. Eddy, however good his voice may be, is not fitted to be a cadet. And besides this, they have taken Miss MacDonald away from Mr. Eddy and, instead, have given him Eleanor Powell, who shows a complete inability to add anything. Miss Powell dances down a lot of drums in a pair of black stockings in another of those sickening extravaganzas. Add an assinine plot and you have the almost complete story.
One thing is to be said in favor of the picture--the music by Cole Porter. But by listening to the radio for an evening, anyone is sure to hear "Rosalie" and "In The Still of the Night" at least a half dozen times.
A short feature, "The Boss Didn't Say Good Morning", fits in well with the general calibre of the program.
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