Cinema: The New Pictures, Sep. 29, 1952

Somebody Loves Me (Paramount) is a humdrum musical that strings 20 songs, including Way Down Yonder in New Orleans, On San Francisco Bay and Wang Wang Blues, on a story line "suggested" by the show-business careers of Husband & Wife Team Benny Fields and Blossom Seeley. According to the picture, popular Songstress Blossom (Betty Hutton) marries unknown Vaudevillian Benny (Ralph Meeker). But Benny resents being "Mr. Blossom Seeley," and insists on making good on his own before he does a duet with Blossom. With his wife's help, he finally makes the grade in the big time, and they exit triumphantly...

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