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The Grass Is Greener

The Grass Is Greener(1961)

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  • Kiss Them For Me

    • Barry Lane
    • 4/17/12

    The article is quite interesting and informative, but Cary Grant and Stanley Donen worked together on Kiss Them For Me prior to the other titles.

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    • Christine
    • 2/27/10

    This movie had great actors, real movie stars. It was a fun movie but a little too "english" for me. Although I normally love the accents and the english countryside, I didn't get all that into this film. It was hard to understand in many parts and the sound wasn't that great. Plus I couldn't understand why Deborah Kerr was so friendly to a complete stranger who was trespassing and how they both fell in love so fast. It just didn't make sense to me, and not a whole lot of guilt factor in her decision to run off to London with Robert Mitchum and leave her husband, Cary Grant to just kick it back at the estate. Jean Simmons looked great but her character was a bit over the top.

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    • Sabrina
    • 2/18/08

    This movie kept me snickering from start to finish. Fun and funny! I loved it.

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