The Amazing Mrs. Holliday
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The Amazing Mrs. Holliday
Making her first film appearance since 1941, Deanna Durbin plays the title role in The Amazing Mrs. Holliday. Truth to tell, however, there is no Mrs. Holliday: it's the guise assumed by idealistic missionary Ruth (Durbin) to sneak a group of Chinese war orphans into the US. With the help of ship's steward Timothy (Barry Fitzgerald), Ruth poses as the wife of a wealthy shipping magnate who was lost at sea. This enables her to safely sequester the orphans in the Holliday family mansion until she can cook up her next scheme. But things begin to unravel when Ruth falls in love with her… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"For Durbin fans: This silly serio comedy was shot by the famous French director Jean Renoir but Universal interfered and imposed songs and retakes."
‑ Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com
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