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Three Guys Named Mike(1951)

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  • 3 guys named mike

    • kevin sellers
    • 6/27/17

    Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear when Democrats were a majority in Texas, the term "free base" meant an intentional walk... and planes flew back to their points of origin to retrieve forgotten complementary lunches for coach passengers! Yes, flying sure has gotten cheaper. In every sense of the word. So enjoy this innocent, likable infomercial for American Airlines and overlook the fact that thirty four year old Jane Wyman is trying to pass for twenty four and not making it, as well as the utterly predictable ending. I mean you knew that Van Johnson would be the Lucky Mike the moment the adorable little girl crawled into his lap. What? You expected her to crawl into Barry Sullivan's lap? This aint a Hitchcock film, pal. Give it a B minus.

  • Interesting Slice o' Life

    • el debbo
    • 11/18/13

    Enjoyable! Was afraid this would be total fluff, but I was wrong. Wyman is the prototype of the capable post-war working woman. And how! Dead car battery? No problem. Housing shortage in L.A.? No problem. And the dialogue is witty, the scenery is interesting (so few houses and cars in much of the L.A. area). There is an immediacy between Jane and her suitors that I liked. Plus, I adore Van Johnson. Altogether, a pretty good movie!

  • Surprisingly intelligent

    • Ron Kerrigan
    • 10/29/11

    Not expecting much, I watched because of the cast. It turned out to be an enjoyable movie, not only due to the cast but some clever dialogue and a peek (although too short of one) behind the scenes at stewardess training. Wyman was perhaps a bit too old for the role, but made the most of it anyway.

  • three guys named mike

    • Tom
    • 8/31/11

    *** Above average

  • Three Guys Named Mike

    • Kathryn
    • 1/5/11

    What a treat to see a film of the early years of air travel and the life of a stewardess. I enjoyed 38 years as a "stewardess/ flight attendant" with Western Airlines and then Delta Airlines and it made me wish that I had been part of the "Golden Age of Flight" rather than the jet age. Delightful!

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    • Dan
    • 1/4/11

    This is an excellent movie of the early days of being a flight attendant. Being a stewardess back then was quite different from being a flight attendant of today. This movie is humorous and entertaining with Jane Wyman's character. I would recommend any flight attendant or pilot with an airline, especially with American Airlines, to watch this movie!

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