High Society

HIGH SOCIETY
High Society
Review: Tracy Lord is a spoiled heiress and is about to marry George Kittredge. C.K. Dexter Haven was married to her for a very short time. He is a musician who lives next door. Having her ex around isn’t part of her plan at all. Dex would love to have her back. Things start to get rather complicated when Spy magazine gets a reporter, Mike Connors, to cover the wedding. Soon enough he starts to fall in love with Tracy. She now has to decide what she wants in life.
Director: Charles Walters
Actors: Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Grace Kelly, John Lund, Louis Armstrong and Celeste Holm
Year: 1956
Genre: Classics, Comedy, Musical and Romance
Conclusion: 5/5
Just like so many classic films this was up for Oscar Awards but never actually won any. I love the soundtrack to this especially the song that was sung by Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra called Well, Did You Evah?. I don’t know of an actress who could have acted this role as wonderfully as Grace Kelly. This was Grace Kelly’s last feature film before retiring from acting. This was a very entertaining film from start to finish. Film critic Barry Norman produced a list at the start of 2012 of his 100 Greatest Films of all time and this was one of them. 

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