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B&W Fox comedy (1951) stars Monty Woolley as a grandfather living with family who, upon reaching age 65, is let go from his job as a letterpress operator due to an inflexible rule... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Allen Smalling
Marilyn's 11th outing and yet again, plays a sexy secretary. Monty Woolley's character faces retirement at age 65 and then he gets a "hair brained idea" to get his job... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Leland D. Petty
First of all, passing this off as a Marilyn Monroe film is ridiculous; she's in it for a total of about 4 minutes, and her role is quite mundane. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Patrice
another early marilyn monroe performance that is as delightfu to watch as always I have all fo her movies and watch them over and overPublished 11 months ago by drusilla p.
I had not seen this movie and bought it to add to my collection of old movies. It was fun to watch.Published 17 months ago by Deborah Mckenzie
Charming, funny movie! The kind they don't make anymore and newly relevant, to boot.
Seeing Constance Bennett and MM in the same movie is kind of mind-blowing!
Marilyn Monroe stars as a very capable secretary. Monty Woolley is retirement age but not wanting to be forced into retirement. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Carole Stewart
I love the movie, it is absolutely a Classic from the Hollywood Golden Age. My 2 star review is based upon Amazon's sneaky way of forcing me to view this movie ONLY on their AMAZON... Read morePublished 21 months ago by A. J. Aylor