Tea for Two
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Tea for Two is a Technicolor adaptation of the 1924 Broadway musical No No Nanette, previously filmed under its own title in 1929. Doris Day stars as Nanette, a Roaring '20s Jazz Baby with showbiz aspirations. Nanette offers to put up $25,000 if producer Billy DeWolfe will star her in a Broadway show. The girl's wealthy, and stingy uncle S.Z. Sakall agrees to advance her the money, but only on one condition; for the next 24 hours, Nanette must answer "No" to every question. Gordon MacRae co-stars as Nanette's attorney, who worships her from afar and who finally manages to… More

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"Overcomes its sloppy set-up to be light, enjoyable entertainment."
‑ David Cornelius, DVDTalk.com
"Tea For Two is saddled with a ridiculous plot that only gets worse as it gets acted out."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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