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By Mahnuel Muñoz

“Come Blow Your Horn” is a film released in the United States in June 1963, directed by Bud Yorkin. It is based on the play of the same name by Neil Simon, author, among others, of “Barefoot in the Park” and “The Odd Couple.” The soundtrack was provided by Nelson Riddle. The cast, led by Frank Sinatra, includes Lee J.Cobb, Molly Picon, Barbara Rush, Jill St.John, Tony Bill, Dan Blocker, Phillys McGuire and a cameo by Dean Martin.

In the film, Sinatra plays Alan Baker, a lively bachelor who helps his little brother Buddy start a life independent of his parents, throwing him into the New York nightlife. Soon the matter gets out of hand and the youngest proves to be as scurrilous as he is.

Critics were kind to the film, labeling it “entertaining“, citing that it “improves the stage version” and Sinatra’s performance was defined as “easy-going“, “successful“, “likeable” and “sincere“.
The film was enriched by the inclusion of a magnificent theme of the same name by James Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn, arranged by Nelson Riddle.

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