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The Perfect Furlough (1958) Blake Edwards, Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh, Keenan Wynn, Comedy

The Perfect Furlough (1958)
To pacify 104 sex-starved male soldiers building an Arctic radar base, Army psychologist Vicki Loren suggests choosing one by lot to have a “perfect furlough” as selected by the men: three weeks in Paris with their favorite pin-up queen, Sandra Roca. Since “winner” Paul Hodges is a tireless Don Juan, and this is a fifties comedy, Vicki is ordered to keep Paul and Sandra out of bed. But who will guard the guardian?
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The Glass Slipper (1955) Charles Walters, Leslie Caron, Michael Wilding, Keenan Wynn, Musical, Romance

The Glass Slipper (1955)
In a small pleasant European village, there is one unhappy person: Ella. She is despised by everyone, and mistreated by her step-mother and step-sisters. Out feeling miserable one day, Ella meets a handsome young man, who falls for her. He is really Prince Charles, the son of the Duke, but he tells her he is the son of the cook, and invites her to a great ball at the Duke’s castle. A strange woman who lives in the mountains by herself befriends Ella, and dresses her up so she can attend the ball. She goes, and is a great success, but must run out at midnight. In her haste, she drops a single glass slipper. The Prince uses the slipper to find her.
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Sky Full of Moon (1952) Norman Foster

Sky Full of Moon 1952
Sky Full of Moon gets under way when Vegas gambling-joint owner Al (Keenan Wynn) rescues rodeo rider Harley Williams (Carleton Carpenter) from drowning. Harley is then “adopted” as a good-luck charm by Al’s change girl Dixie Delmar (Jan Sterling). When their lucky gambling streak comes to an end, so too does Harley and Dixie’s romantic relationship. Though he practically has to have the moon fall on his head, Harley finally realizes that he’s too naïve for life in the Fast Lane. The film’s title derives from a line of dialogue delivered by Harley during his clumsy courtship of the hard-bitten Dixie.
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