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A still-gorgeous grandmother (Claudette Colbert) divorces her husband Hugh (Macdonald Carey) because he's a compulsive gambler. Their daughter (Barbara Bates) does all she can to get them back together, but problems arise when Victor (Zachary Scott), Mom's high school sweetheart-turned-millionaire, suddenly arrives in town. Even though a breathtaking beauty (Marilyn Monroe) is hot on his trail, Vic only has eyes for "Grandma"- driving ex-husband Hugh to the brink of comic insanity as he wages a wild and unforgettable battle to win his wife back.
A great old movie, my favorite kind, but I object to Marilyn's small part being the biggest selling point, the other female stars were also gorgeous. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Movielover
Came very quickly and just as described. I'm very happy with itPublished 5 months ago by Jennifer N.
Marilyn's 13th effort and yet again gets a bit part. In reality, this is a Claudette Colbert movie with Marilyn in a small supporting role. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Leland D. Petty
A leading candidate for worst ever movie. The characters played by the 5 leads, Colbert, Carey, Scott, Bates & Wagner are among the most moronic and repugnant ever assembled in one... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ken Taylor (Manchester, England)
This film is so much fun! If you like the old classic romantic comedies, you'll love Claudette Colbert and Macdonald Carey in this one. See a young Robert Wagner too. Read morePublished 14 months ago by VintageMovieLover
I always love watching marilyn exude her special charm and sex appeal while turning in a good performance and done very well tooPublished 19 months ago by drusilla p.
LET'S MAKE IT LEGAL is a brisk (77 mins.) romantic-triangle black-and-white dialog comedy from 1951. Read morePublished on August 15, 2013 by Allen Smalling