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Introduction to stereo
I remember going to see this film and a kind of introduction to the new stereo sound. Being a young boy, I wasn't to interested in the film it's self but instead the sound.
A must see classic.
- John F. Rouse
From the opening "Street Scene" overture (originally featured in "I Wake Up Screaming" from 1941 starring Grable) -right until the ending this movie is still great to look at and features a terrific cast. Saw it first as a teenager in Birmingham, England and now own the DVD, Grable & Monroe genuinely funny-rest of cast all great. Too bad Betty wasn't allowed to do "Annie Get Your Gun" (1950) at MGM or "Hello Dolly" at Fox; her memories and talent exist nevertheless. Enjoy this; you won't be sorry.Hope TCM can acquire more Grable titles not shown too often from the Paramount years in the late 30s not forgetting the unshown Fox titles. Thankyou.
Grable at her best!
Funny, entertaining movie with a great, cast, headed by Betty Grable, Marilyn Monroe and Lauren Bacall. In my opinion Grable steals the show!
Didn't know what to expect before finally saw the film.Totally enjoyed it,love to see again,anytime.
How to Marry a Millionaire
- Dashiell Barnes
A charming romantic comedy with terrific ensemble. Bacall, Hutton & Monroe are great & each gets their moments to shine. Oscar-nominated costumes are visual dazzle in an otherwise mediocre & unoriginal story. Fine acting & amazing gowns overshadow an overused film plot. I give it a 3/5.
Este filme super divertido e maravilhoso. Eu adoro o filme. Lauren Bacall e Marilyn esto fantsticas e adorveis neste filme. Um filme para se ver vrias vezes e com situaes hilariantes.
- Sherri Brown-Webster
LOVE ITLOVE ITLOVE IT
How to Marry a Millionaire (1953)
- Jay Higgins
A highly entertaining romantic comedy, extremely funny and well written. What a wonderful cast - Lauren Bacall, Betty Grable, Marilyn Monroe, William Powell, Cornell Wilde...It's Monroe that steals the picture though. Great ending!
How to Marry a Millionaire
This movie is a classic example of how women can obsess about marrying rich. It also casts the famouse Marilin Minroe as one of those three women how start out looking to marrie a millionaire. The funny part is that they each end up marrying with there heart instead of there money objections. But the real kicker is that one of these women actually does marrie a millionaire without even knowing it. But you will have to watch it to know who marries who.