Mr. Deeds tulee kaupunkiin

1936 [english]

Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance

Mr. Deeds tulee kaupunkiin

1936 [english]

Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance

91%
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Synopsis

Longfellow Deeds lives in a small town, leading a small town kind of life - including playing the tuba in the town band. When a relative dies and leaves Deeds a fortune, Longfellow picks up his tuba and moves to the big city where he becomes an instant target for everyone from the greedy opera committee to the sensationist daily newspaper. Deeds outwits them all until Babe Bennett comes along. Babe is a hot-shot reporter who figures the best way to get close to Deeds is to pose as a damsel in distress. When small-town boy meets big-city girl anything can, and does, happen. —A.L.Beneteau.

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  • Reviewed by MartinHafer grade 9 / 10

    A wonderful little picture

    This is justifiably one of Gary Cooper's most famous movies, as his character of Longfellow Deeds is a classic of American cinema. Mr. Deeds has just inherited a fortune and Jean Arthur is determined to make him a star in her newspaper reports. She doesn't tell him she's a reporter and insinuates herself in his life in order to further her career as a reporter. She plays the story of a poor boy becoming rich to the hilt, but the story goes off direction when Mr. Deeds shows no interest in the money. In fact, he announces he doesn't want the money and is planning on giving it all away! That's because he so quickly became sick of all the adoration, publicity and people trying to suck up to him for money's sake. And, when he makes this announcement, greedy people take him to court to try to prove he is crazy and shouldn't be the heir to the fortune. This leads to some of the most marvelous and funny scenes in film--especially of the cute old ladies who testifies that Deeds is "pixilated"! A terrific film that you can't help but enjoy--very reminiscent and just a bit better than another Capra-Cooper films, MEET JOHN DOE because it is less schmaltzy and a bit more believable. An American classic.


  • Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird grade 8 / 10

    A very nice morality tale from Frank Capra

    Having being really delighted by It's a Wonderful Life and It Happened One Night, I checked out Mr Deeds Goes to Town having a strong inkling it was going to be good. And I genuinely liked it. The climax mayn't be truly convincing, and one or two parts of the story ring false, but this film is still a very nice morality tale from a very talented director.It is beautifully filmed, with lovely cinematography, scenery and sets, and the score is marvellous. Add a witty script, some very funny situations, an in general well constructed story if somewhat slight and clever direction and you have a good film in the making. Acting wise, Gary Cooper is wonderful as Longfellow Deeds, the tuba-playing "Cinderella Man" who inherits a small fortune, and Jean Arthur is a good and alluring match for him. And they are supported by less significant but solid supporting turns, especially Walter Catlett as the drunken poet.Overall, very nice if not quite perfect film from Frank Capra, that is much better than a well intentioned but unnecessary remake with Adam Sandler. 8/10 Bethany Cox


  • Reviewed by Donald Agustamarian grade 10 / 10

    The mystery of it all

    No computer generated images, small 1:33 ratio black and white screen and yet there is nothing in the world that comes close to the intimacy of this experience. Just look at Gary Cooper listening, trying to understand. Look at Jean Arthur falling in love. We have lost something very important along the way and it's not just innocence. How is it possible that nobody can get anywhere near this simple magic trick? They used to call Capra films "Capracorn" I wonder what they call Adam Sandler, Freddy Prinze Jr, and Jennifer Love Hewit comedies today? I want to jump into a time machine and go to those days, the days of Mr Deeds, Gary Cooper, Jean Arthur and Frank Capra.


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