(1952)3Hans J. WollsteinAdrian did the fashions and Gabriel Scognamillo did the art direction and they, along with director Mervyn LeRoy, are chiefly to blame for a garish and overproduced closing number that may have caused housewives to swoon in 1952, but is all but guaranteed to leave a modern audience cold, especially on the small screen. Happily, some of Jerome Kern's songs have been retained for this updated version of Roberta, including a beautiful version of "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" performed by Kathryn Grayson, and Red Skelton's "Irish Tenor" routine is as funny as ever. Marge and Gower Champion perform a couple of snappy dance numbers choreographed by Hermes Pan, but the producers left Ann Miller out in the cold. And that is a shame because Miller steals the show every time she opens her mouth, which, alas, isn't often enough. Was it mentioned that Zsa Zsa Gabor plays a character named Zsa Zsa? Well, she does.