The Secret Life of Walter Mitty has Danny Kaye as a hen-pecked man who seeks relief from his obnoxious mother and famiy in daydreams. One day a beautiful woman, Virgina Mayo, asks him for help retriving a black notebook that contains the whereabouts of many priceless treasures. Kaye and Mayo do get the notebook, but not without a series of hilarious adventures and misadventures ending with their marriage.
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The review of this Movie prepared by R Ford
THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY is a movie written and directed by Norman Z. McLeod in 1947.
Danny Kaye is a nice young man overprotected by his mother who's even chosen Danny's fiancee. He regularly escapes from the trivial reality by daydreaming and imagining himself in different heroic characters. One day, he makes the acquaintance of Virginia Mayo, a young dutch girl looking for a black notebook containing the names of the places where the national jewels of Holland have been hidden. Soon, psychiatrist Boris Karloff and different bad guys want Danny dead as the poor guy has accidentally taken possession of the precious notebook.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler