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Live, Love and Learn(1937)

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  • ben piazza

    • kevin sellers
    • 8/29/15

    I think the answer to Mr. Banacki's question is that no actor, however promising, can triumph over a bad toupee.

  • live/love/learn

    • kevin sellers
    • 8/28/15

    Silly movie. Perhaps the most disappointing aspect of it is that the comic possibilities inherent in a rich, society girl adapting to the boho life are left completely unexplored. Also, Robert Montgomery has the personality and manner of a banker, not an artist. Roz Russell's good, as usual, and Robert Benchley, playing a mooch, is amusing, but that's about it. Solid C.

  • decent but a little dull

    • Minnie Fleur
    • 9/30/14

    The script is somewhat boring, but it's a watchable story that unfolds like a fable. The fun parts are the furniture & clothing from the 1930's, both lower class & upper class, which add some humor; & the typical apartment & the fancy loft w/the balcony, are 2 extra supporting actors. Mickey is in this for just 1 minute, but it's really funny, because as soon as you hear that Tarzan-yell, you know who it's gotta be! That voice is unmistakable!

  • Live, Love and Learn (1937)

    • James Higgins
    • 2/4/10

    Robert Montgomery plays a starving artist who impulsively marries heiress Rosalind Russell. He doesn't care if his art sells, but with her encouragement he becomes quite successful, and the success goes to his head. Now she must bring him back down to earth. Enjoyable comedy, good MGM production. The stars are always enjoyable to watch. The fine supporting cast includes Robert Benchley, Mickey Rooney, Monty Woolley and Helen Vinson. Directed by George Fitzmaurice.

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    • Jesseca
    • 5/12/06

    We all say that money would never change us, just our life-styles. Following that would be, "Just give me a million and I'll show you the great things I would do." But this movie shows how even the best can sell out. What a great movie. Wit, talent, good looks and of course Love. Vote for this one, heck just request it once more...for me :) Robert Montgomery is one of those guys that portrays a real person that he is in all his pictures. Not a charactor in a movie and a star off the screen, but a man who loves what he does. Look out Mel Gibson, and watch out Brad Pitt, this is the real thing. A+++++++++ and two thumbs up!

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