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Miss Grant Takes Richmond

Miss Grant Takes Richmond(1949)

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  • Miss Grant Takes Richmond (1949)

    • James Higgins
    • 12/9/09

    Average comedy, uplifted tremendously by the presence of Lucille Ball and William Holden. They make it well worth watching, and the two of them have a great rapport together. Amusing.

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    • norma robinson
    • 6/2/08

    a coupe of months ago, I tivo'd "Miss Grant takes Richmond" andn the tivo did not complete the whole movie and stopped before recording all of the movie and I missed the last part and how it ends and would like to purchase the movie or when will it be telecast on TCM...Please respond...Thank you and also when are you going to show more William Holden movies that have not been on TCM.

  • This movie is hilarious...

    • Monica
    • 12/26/07

    I love this movie of Lucille Ball...I love the way she is keeping her own..with out breaking a sweat and funny at the same time.

  • laugh out loud fun

    • carmin
    • 2/24/07

    the first time I seen this movie I laughed out loud it's all I could do she was jast as funny in this movie as in her other hilarious movies I especially loved the part where she just finished jack-hammeing the oops concrete and was trying to smoke, ha ha ha ha that I believe was the best part of the movie.

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