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  1. In the first scene you get the impression that the 2 know each other, but probably not well. Nelson Eddy's character is trying very hard to win over Jeanette's character, but she is not interested. In fact, he's asking her about another man (that may or may not exist). He concentrates on singing as a way to woo her so much so that he never moves the canoe forward! Lol. In the second scene she's mostly frustrated that the saloon patrons aren't paying attention to her singing. After NE enters the scene, she's then embarrassed by their lack of interest. I think she likes seeming like a lady w
  2. I think the film does show a bright perspective of life. In the scene we see Ziegfeld's wealth when he gives the doorman a 5 pound tip for information and with the bouquet of "all the orchids in the world" for Ms. Held, but this film is about Ziegfeld's life, a time prior to the Depression. However, the film was made and viewed during the Depression. Also, watching how people had the time and resources to enjoy the frivolities of life would have possibly provided hope that America would survive the Depression. At the time of screening, Americans would not have known how much longer the D
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