My Little Chickadee
My Little Chickadee

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Rightly suspected of illicit relations with the Masked Bandit, Flower Belle Lee is run out of Little Bend. On the train she meets con man Cuthbert J. Twillie and pretends to marry him for "...... (Full plot summary below)

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Rightly suspected of illicit relations with the Masked Bandit, Flower Belle Lee is run out of Little Bend. On the train she meets con man Cuthbert J. Twillie and pretends to marry him for "...

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Ozus' World Movie Reviews - 9/10 by Dennis Schwartz It's really not a good movie, but it had something special about it that defied a rational critique.
User Review - 10/10 by Dennis b Get rid of everything else, just let fields and Mae duke it out.
User Review - 10/10 by Timothy M W.C. Fields y Mae West se unen por unica vez en esta fantastica comedia ubicada en el lejano Oeste. Cada linea de dialogo vale oro en una de las mejores comedias en la historia del cine. Totalmente imperdible.
User Review - 8/10 by GennyRaye L Everything Mae West does is brilliant, add WC Fields and you can't beat it
User Review - 6/10 by Veronique K It's a shame that WC Fields and Mae West collaborated on 1 film. The 2 stars wrote and starred in it together, but also tried to one-up each other so much that rewrites turned it into a fight for the top-spot. Maybe it works in the sense of Judd Apatow films of improv-ing and trying to one-up the other actors, but the 1940 didn't have millions of feet of film to adlib in... If only they did. Still, the hilarious gags still work to West and Fields' best, but the story could've been so much more.
User Review - 6/10 by Shannon B Mae West is just such a woman. Plot was weak and didn't particularly like the end but she was entertaining
User Review - 6/10 by Jay M "Young lady"? Mae West? Look it up--when this movie was made, she was over forty. He was sixty--and died a few years later. Then again, it's just as easy to believe as that she's a wild gunslinger who can shoot her way out of an Indian attack--or, come to think of it, that W. C. Fields's companion is an Indian. Anyway, I'm done. Unless someone gives me a pretty compelling reason, I won't be bothering with any other W. C. Fields movies, either. After the Marx Brothers marathon, I still could have taken in one of the post-Zeppo ones. However, if I never see another Mae West movie again, that'll be just dandy. Maybe it's the era. Maybe some humour translates better after sixty years than others does; I can't be sure. Heck, some jokes are still funny thousands of years later--see Aesop, for example. But I rather assume that for every work that stands the test of time, there must be a dozen or more that don't. Mae West, I suppose, is one that doesn't. The other thing I noticed is that she really wasn't [i]that[/i] well-endowed, either. Oh, she made the most of what she had, and certainly she was better-endowed than most of the fashionable women of the time, but mostly, it's that she had a large frame. Breast size generally balances out to frame size, though I've certainly known exceptions in my day. Frankly, [i]I'm[/i] better-endowed, though I'm also quite a bit taller. (She was 5'1".) Oh, well. Anyway, you can't really be a film buff without seeing movies by a fairly sizable list of people--whether you like the movies or not. You still have to be able to talk about them intelligently. I can now intelligently explain why I don't like Mae West movies.
User Review - 4/10 by MJS M I?ll be honest, I was screwing around on the computer while I was ?watching? this, so I didn?t get a whole lot out of it. The film provides a fairly inspired on screen pairing of Mae West and W.C. Fields, two sort of old-timey vaudeville types both with a slightly raunchy (for the time) edge. The film?s western storyline is pretty stupid, it?s mainly an excuse for the two to engage in their trademark banter. This might actually be the first time I?ve actually watched a Mae West film, though I was pretty familiar with her shtick, which has permeated pop culture. I can?t say I was very impressed by her, her signature way of speaking got old as hell pretty quick. I was a lot more familiar with Fields, but he doesn?t really seem to be ?on? here. Overall this was a big piece of meh.

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