Charles Walters’s 1956 musical remake of George Cukor’s The Philadelphia Story is usually damned by comparison with its source, but while Walters is no Cukor, he’s not without his pleasures. His simple but polished shooting style, once a routine satisfaction of the cinema, carries the aura of a long-lost classical grace. Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, and Grace Kelly star, doing well by a nondescript Cole Porter score; with Louis Armstrong, Celeste Holm, John Lund, and Louis Calhern.