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Can't Help Singing (1944)



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"When a critter starts asking your name, that's getting too inquisitive."

In Deanna Durbin's only color film, she travels into the old West to find her fiance. Her father isn't fond of the man and chases after to stop her. As with most Durbin films, there is lots of lighthearted humor, but the songs -- while sung very well -- aren't as memorable as usual.