Friday, 12 March 2010

500th Post! - Behave Yourself...

Since this is my 500th post on this blog, I wanted to do something a little different... and since I only found out tonight that IMDB have full movies to download or watch online (or at least link to places that do), and I watched one of them tonight, I thought I'd not only give a synopsis and opinion of it but also embed the code so you can actually watch it right here on this blog if you want.

Behave Yourself is a 1951 comedy directed by George Beck. Farley Granger and Shelly Winters star as Bill and Kate Denny, who live with Kate's mother - much to Bill's chagrin. When one day a mix-up leads to a dog following him home and being interpreted as an anniversary present, life gets much more complicated; the dog has been trained to lead some criminals to a secret stash, and there are many criminals around looking for this dog. It's a tale of mishaps and... well, more mishaps. Good performances, a top cast and some funny scenes make this well worth watching - it could have been funnier, but the scenes that work more than make up for those that don't.






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