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Up in Arms
It is said that producer Sam Goldwyn had a habit of addressing his new star of the 1940s, Danny Kaye, as "Eddie", confusing Kaye with Eddie Cantor. If true, it may be because Kaye's first starring film for Goldwyn, Up in Arms, was a remake of Cantor's Whoopee--which in turn was a musical version of that old theatrical chestnut The Nervous Wreck. Kaye plays Danny Weems, a hopeless hypochondriac who finds himself drafted into the army. While a passenger on an overseas transport ship, Danny is obliged to hide his girl friend Mary Morgan (Constance Dowling), who has stowed away… More
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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Kaye is at his best in Up In Arms, where he stops the show multiple times."
‑ Noel Murray, The Dissolve
"Par excellance Danny Kaye in first film; and very WWII in spirit, theme."
‑ Steve Crum, Video-Reviewmaster.com
"Danny and Dinah are a delight in Kaye's feature debut."
‑ Carol Cling, Las Vegas Review-Journal
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