Critic’s Choice (1963) Don Weis, Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Marilyn Maxwell, Comedy

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Parker Ballantine is the most respected and forthright of the New York theater critics. Most of his closest friends are part of the Broadway community, such as his ex-wife actress Ivy London and producer S.P. Champlain. These friendships are not affected by bad reviews from Parker. Angie Ballantine is Parker’s current devoted and faithful wife, who goes with him to show openings and even waits in the newsroom for him to write his reviews. Parker and Ivy’s son, John Ballantine, lives with his father and Angie, who he loves. Angie has had problems in her life seeing projects through to completion, so Parker reacts with some skepticism when Angie announces she plans to write an autobiographical play about her growing up period. This project does become one that Angie does see through to completion, at least to a first draft stage, and despite Parker’s disdainful reaction to at least the process, she is eager for his opinion on this draft. He complies. He hates it and tells her as such.

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Audio: MP3 @ 128 kb/s | 2 channels | 01:35:52 minutes
Genre: Comedy

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