There’s just one reason to watch One Touch of Venus, a flaccid rendering of a Broadway musical about a window dresser (Robert Walker) who brings a statue of Venus to life — and her name is Ava Gardner. If only Vincente Minnelli had been in charge and most of Kurt Weill’s score hadn’t been ditched. Ava gets an A, the movie a C?.
One Touch of VenusThere's just one reason to watch One Touch of Venus, a flaccid rendering of a Broadway musical about a window dresser (Robert Walker) who...One Touch of VenusMusicalHarry Kurnitz, Frank TashlinPT94MUnratedThere's just one reason to watch One Touch of Venus, a flaccid rendering of a Broadway musical about a window dresser (Robert Walker) who...2008-10-29
Genre: Musical; Starring: Ava Gardner; Director: William A. Seiter; Author: Harry Kurnitz, Frank Tashlin; Runtime (in minutes): 94; MPAA Rating: Unrated
Posted October 29 2008 — 12:00 AM EDT
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