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Adrian Perez over 6 years ago
Classic cheesy situation comedy. Great for a couch+popcorn afternoon.
Cveti Kalcheva over 3 years ago
Taz Malik 4 years ago
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Anna Platschek over 4 years ago
Jasmina Brežnjak over 4 years ago
Tom o'brien over 4 years ago
Marina Neumann almost 5 years ago
Victoria Roe almost 5 years ago
Miss Kitty almost 5 years ago
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Jennifer Kaiser almost 6 years ago
A 6 years ago
How to Marry a Millionaire is a 1953 romantic comedy film made by 20th Century Fox, directed by Jean Negulesco and produced and written by Nunnally Johnson. The screenplay was based on the plays The Greeks Had a Word for It by Zoe Akins and Loco by Dale Eunson and Katherine Albert. The music score was by Alfred Newman and the cinematography by Joseph MacDonald. The costume design was by Travilla. The film stars Marilyn Monroe, Betty Grable and Lauren Bacall as fortune hunters with William Powell, David Wayne, Rory Calhoun, Cameron Mitchell, Alex D'Arcy, and Fred Clark. How to Marry a Millionaire was the first film ever to be photographed in the new CinemaScope wide-screen process, and the second released, after The Robe. How to Marry a Millionaire was also the first 1950's color and Cinemascope film ever to be shown on prime time network television, when it was shown as the first installment of NBC Saturday Night at the Movies in 1961. Resourceful Schatze Page (Lauren Bacall), spunky...
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