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The first time we played "Gilda" in our home we needed a fire extinguisher to put out the men! Since I haven't seen all of Rita Hayworth's early films (but would like to TCM), it wouldn't be right to boldly state that this has got to be her hottest film. But that's what I'm thinking. Rita Hayworth's only a 28 year old who's commanding the title role and how. All eyes are on her even though Glenn Ford is busy delivering one of his classic performances as Johnny Farrell. He delivers equally great lines as Hayworth, like this one: "Pardon me, but your husband is showing." Regardless of what's going on in the rest of the entire film, the world comes to a stand still when Hayworth performs a semi-dance, strip without stripping, and lip sync to the song, "Put the Blame on Mame." It's one of those rare film moments that will pack a punch through the ages. The best part about that number is Hayworth's obvious innocence as a wholesome young woman who's doing a sizzling hot number. If she'd have been a sex pot or sleazy it wouldn't have had nearly as much of a sensous effect. I shake my head thinking, "the girl can't help it," she's so doggone gorgeous. If watched with men seeing Hayworth's body movements for the first time, don't forget to have that fire extinguisher on hand.
Date Added: 10/19/2012 by Puding
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