“Tightness and cinematic cohesion are not the clearest virtues of It’s Always Fair Weather, which is bright in a panoply of color and large in CinemaScope. The authors have let it ramble, and producer Arthur Freed and the directors. […] It doesn’t matter much that it rambles. So much and so many clever things are happening, one after another, that it consistently entertains. No need to recount them in order.” — The New York Times critic Bosley Crowther, September 16, 1955

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