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  • Acteurs : Judy Garland, George Murphy, Gene Kelly, Mártha Eggerth, Ben Blue
  • Réalisateurs : Busby Berkeley
  • Scénaristes : Fred F. Finklehoffe, Howard Emmett Rogers, Richard Sherman, Sid Silvers
  • Producteurs : Arthur Freed
  • Format : Sous-titré, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais, Français
  • Sous-titres : Anglais, Français, Espagnol
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Warner Home Video
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 6 avril 2004
  • Durée : 104 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B00005JLU7
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Réussir d'abord et se marier ensuite tel est le postulat de base adopté par ce couple d'artistes avec toutes les complications sentimentales et professionnelles qui en découlent. C'est aussi l'occasion pour le spectateur d'assister à de nombreux numéros chantés / dansés par Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, George Murphy et de réentendre des succès du Music-Hall américain datant de la période allant de l'avant à l'après guerre 1914-1918... Incontournable!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Love, war, Garland, and Kelly make for a powerful musical 13 novembre 2003
Par Daniel Jolley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Three years after she rocketed to superstardom in The Wizard of Oz, Little Judy Garland was all grown up and more than ready to assume her first truly adult leading role; for his part, Gene Kelly, having just wowed audiences on Broadway in Pal Joey, was ready to make his feature film debut. Garland and Kelly made a natural match, demonstrating great chemistry together from the very start. For Me and My Gal is just a wonderful film, featuring dancing, singing, romance, heartache, joy, pain, and just about every emotion under the sun, oftentimes swinging in mood at the drop of a hat from euphoria to misery. A nervous Gene Kelly credited Judy for pulling him through the production of this his first film, and in all truth Judy turns in an outstanding performance here. The movie, released in 1942, is in many ways tied to the contemporary war effort at home, and while it may be a definite product of its era, its themes and unforgettable performances make it a film that will live and be watched and certainly enjoyed forever.
For Me and My Gal is also a tribute to the great vaudeville tradition, a tradition Judy Garland knew quite well first-hand from her childhood spent on the stage. Garland plays Jo Hayden, a vaudevillian singer/dancer working to pay for her brother's education. Teamed up with Jimmy Metcalf and his gang, she is successful enough but far removed from the dream of every vaudeville performer of playing The Palace. As the movie opens, she meets up with Harry Palmer (Gene Kelly), an entertainer so vain that Jo dislikes him immediately, even saying at one point, "I bet he takes a bow every time he hears a clap of thunder." Palmer wants nothing more than to get ahead, to get to The Palace, and he sees potential in the young Jo Hayden. When his initial business proposals to her go nowhere fast, he turns on the charm and, before you know it, they are singing and dancing beautifully together to the tune of For Me and My Gal. Jimmy Metcalf loves Jo, but he breaks up his own act in order to make Jo take Harry's offer. The new duo of Palmer and Hayden find success, but not the kind they are yearning for, as we watch them perform a number of great song and dance routines on stage, the most familiar of which is probably When You Wore a Tulip (And I Wore A Big Red Rose). Whenever things start going well, though, something bad happens. Jo is all torn up when Palmer starts spending all his free time with the famous singer Eve Minard, as Palmer has yet to figure out that he loves Jo as much as Jo loves him. When this hurdle is passed, the road ahead for the duo only gets rougher as war intervenes. Having finally secured a spot at The Palace, Palmer takes drastic action to avoid being drafted, but his rash act backfires on him in the worst way possible. The ending of the film concentrates as much on helping the war effort and patriotism as it does restoring, in quite a tender manner, the love and commitment of two people who belong together.
Harry Palmer surely was meant to represent a lot of American men in wartime. Caught up in his own hopes and dreams, he ignores what is going on in Europe, then tries to find a way out of answering his draft summons when it inevitably comes. He learns that there are much more important things in life than performing at The Palace and that a man has a duty to serve his country when called upon, in whatever capacity he is capable of serving. Judy Garland's patriotic song and dance sequences and the real-life armed service radio broadcasts she appeared on throughout the early 1940s made her a pin-up girl of World War II. Definitely, this film carried a message to movie audiences to do what they could to support the troops going to war yet again, but its greatest power is wrung from the soul of Judy Garland in the form of many touching, dramatically powerful scenes of loss and heartache. For Me and My Gal, despite a great measure of comedy and delightful song and dance, follows a dark road at times, making it a movie that truly spans the entire spectrum of human emotion. It's impossible not to love this movie, and the fact that it delivers Gene Kelly's film debut and Judy's first truly adult dramatic role makes it all the more important and special.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Finally Available on DVD 8 avril 2004
Par Timothy Kearney - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
FOR ME AND MY GAL could easily be categorized as promotion for supporting World War II. It was released in 1942 when the United States entered the war and support was strong, but still needed some help from outside sources. FOR ME AND MY GAL more than does its part for the war effort. It tells the story of two hopeful Vaudeville stars who want to reach the big time. Harry (played by Gene Kelly) will do anything to get to the top. The only thing that seems to stop him is his love for his dancing partner Jo (played by Judy Garland). Jo looses her brother in battle. Within minutes of hearing the news she learns that Harry injured himself on purpose to avoid World War I. She gets so angry at Harry's selfishness she vows never to see him again. Harry realizes both the error of his ways and his love for Jo and vows to be a hero. In true Hollywood fashion, Harry becomes a hero and he and Jo are reunited. At the end of the movie, people are encouraged to buy war bonds.
The film is predictable, but so are most Hollywood musicals. Kelly and Garland are excellent partners, and both are believable in their roles and add a depth to the film that lesser stars would be unable to do. We love the sweetness of Jo and Kelly is a believable semi-scoundrel, a role that he seems to master in this film and others. The dancing sequences are excellent and Busby Berkeley's direction captures interesting angles that highlight Kelley's talent. As predictable as the story may be, both Kelly and Garland give wonderful performances and make the movie come to life.
Movie buffs will love the fact that this film is now on DVD. Garland fans will enjoy John Fricke's commentary on the film as well as the shots that were not included in the final cut of the film. The Fricke commentary speaks not only of Garland, but Kelly, Berkeley, Fried, and others involved in MGM musicals of the time. This feature alone is worth the price.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Classic musical catapults Garland to new heights 22 décembre 1999
Par J. Stearns - Publié sur Amazon.com
In her first adult role, yet still filled with girlish charm, Judy Garland captures the audiences eyes and ears with her moving portrayal of a young vaudevillian trying to keep her goals and love in check. Gene Kelly, in his film debut, show signs of being a novice. Yet, the dancing capabilities he possessed still are just amazing. Filled with drama, candor and realism, "For Me and My Gal" is an absorbing musical melodrama set during the WWI era. Musical highlights include "For Me and My Gal," "Ballin' the Jack," and "After You've Gone."
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Perfect. Charming. Perfectly Charming. 11 avril 2004
Par Michael Harris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
"For Me and My Gal" was released when Judy Garland was about to reach the pinnacle of her Hollywood career as an adult film actress/singer. Co-starring Gene Kelly, in his first film, it's a slightly more sophisticated -- and much more engaging -- version of the old Mickey-and-Judy behind the scenes musicals of the late 30s and 40s. The production values are exceptional, and were it not for the exceptional transfer to DVD (which is in beautiful black and white), you almost wish the film were in color. But the b-and-w cinematography is a good reminder of where the term "silver screen" came from, and it gives the film an interesting "vintage" feel that is somewhat different than the "glorious" technicolor musicals, like "Meet Me in St. Louis," that would ensure Judy Garland's status as an enduring musical legend. The commentary by John Fricke is fascinating (where does he find out all this stuff!?). The singing and dancing, and -- come to think of it -- the acting by Garland, Kelly as well as by future United States Senator George Murphy is exceptional. Interestingly, the best scene in film (in my humble opinion), the "For Me and My Gal" dance sequence with Garland and Kelly, seems to have been filmed in a complete, unedited single take. Very rare for an MGM musical number, and very impressive as well. With the DVD release of "For Me and My Gal" and "Meet Me in St. Louis," and with the earlier-released DVD versions of "The Wizard of Oz" and "The Harvey Girls," the only films missing from Garland's MGM "canon" seem to be "Easter Parade" and (perhaps) "The Pirate." I'm keeping my fingers crossed that Warner will release both on DVD sometime soon. (By the way, the DVD includes two very early MGM "shorts": "Every Sunday" and "The Fiesta of Santa Barbara." The former features Judy and Deanna Durbin, and although very dated, it's fascinating to see what a phenomenal talent Judy was even very early in her career. The latter features the Gumm Sisters, including Frances. Although also very, very dated, it's fun to watch.)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Really good movie 31 juillet 2006
Par Pixelated - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I had some reservations about purchasing this movie because I had read about the "hokey" Gene kelly draft dodging and such, but I was plesantly surprised! I expected to see him shooting from foxholes with a big goofy grin! It really was a very good movie. And there were actually extras! I highly reccomend this movie.
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