"The Importance of Seeing Ernst," in which he makes the fetching link in Lubitsch between innocence and sophistication, is at
Have just re-watched Bogdanovich's own At Long Last Love (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=394qokwYNpk&feature=related), and for sheer joy and frivolity it’s one of my favorites. It’s not just the music, it’s the ethos: “Is that your car?” she says about his Rolls; “I like you more and more.” And the “Friendship” number is laugh-out-loud hilarious. It does the master proud—by whom I mean Cole Porter.
The dancing dolls, the silent scenes, doing a musical with actors who are not all trained singers but are having a palpably good time, all that would have delighted the master—by whom I mean Lubtsch. “If you ever need a friend, click on Send.”