Walk, Don't Run

Walk, Don't Run

DVD - 2003
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An English industrialist and a member of the U.S. Olympic team wind up sharing an apartment with a beautiful woman.
Publisher: Burbank, Calif. : Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment, 2003
Edition: Widescreen and full screen versions
ISBN: 9781404905597
Branch Call Number: DVD WALK
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (114 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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Jan 20, 2018

Charles Walters’ romantic comedy is a highly likeable pile of fluffiness notable for two things—it was actually filmed on location and it was Grant’s final theatrical release. Knowing that his Leading Man days were coming to an end he indulged in some cute self-effacing humour like absent-mindedly humming the themes from a few of his more famous films and registering indignation when the possibility of his character having an intimate relationship with the much younger Eggar never even entered anyone’s mind (“I thought you were just a relative” states one person innocently enough, causing Rutland to scrutinize himself in the closest mirror). For their part Eggar and Hutton do share a bit of onscreen chemistry with her uptight curls complimenting his wrinkled shirt and loafers. Their first tentative caresses manage to turn up the heat a bit without shaking the film’s staunch G-rating while a touch of screwball comedy and some quaint Japanese stereotypes keep the smiles coming. Look for George Takei’s bit role as a bewildered police captain whose feigned accent keeps waffling between Tokyo and downtown Los Angeles.


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