Bon Voyage!

Generally enjoyable Disney fluff about a family with three children who takes a luxurious trip to Paris. The mother and father (who is played by Fred MacMurray) sure have a lot of things to worry about. For one thing, their daughter has run off with a radical young teenager and their oldest boy has run off with about every chic he meets! But, this being a Disney movie, everything turns out okay and everyone learns some kind of a moral. At the very beginning of the film a nosy taxi driver says to MacMurray "I would never go through what you're about to go through for anything in the world" (or something along those lines). At the end of the film, its a wonder what he really meant because MacMurray seemed to have the time of his life! That and many other faults does not make this remotely close to a Disney classic, but it still remains good for the kids.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Fred MacMurray, Jane Wyman, Michael Callan, Tommy Kirk, Deborah Walley, Kevin Corcoran

Directed by:

James Neilsen


1962 children/comedy

Not Rated.


Don Ignacio's score: C

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