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We're Not Married!(1952)

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  • nice film

    • NYcat13
    • 12/13/15

    I really enjoy this film everytime I watch it....funny ...yet with touching moments...great cast

  • 4 out of 5 ain't bad

    • el debbo
    • 2/20/14

    Reviewers are kind of hard on this film, but it's just comedic fluff, stories of people who thought they were married, but through administrative error, are not. I actually LIKED this little movie! I laughed out loud at the Paul Douglas dream sequence where he has a babe for every night of the week. And I thought the sequence where Ginger Rogers and 'oh-so-hangoverish' Fred Allen (give this man a Bromo!!) have a radio program was a real chuckle! Their grim morning routine at home and then their transformation at the studio into the bubbly loving couple, but with the off-mike quips "You must be out of your MIND!!" "Hey did you put some flug in this coffee?" etc. It's just darling fun.Last but not least, I've always thought that Louis Calhern was sort of an underutilized genius, and here he's very good as the delighted but naive husband of Zsa Zsa. He's the only one to watch in that segment. The Monroe and Gaynor stories are 'ridic' (ulous) so I'm thinking of cutting pasting this to be a shorter movie of the segs I really like.

  • Silly and Fluffy

    • MURIEL
    • 1/24/13

    Each of the vignettes is kind of cute, except the last bit with Eddie Bracken and Mitzi Gaynor which is way too cute and contrived. If they had just stopped and explained the problem, people would have helped!The ensemble cast is too talented for such a light weight script. Well, except for Victor Moore, who plays the same role he always plays in movies: a sort of whiny, sort of dumb, but kindly gentleman. One reviewer mentioned this is the only film where Marilyn Monroe plays a mother. Well, the point of the story is that her husband (David Wayne) takes care of the baby all the time while she does beauty contestant duties! I don't think she even holds the baby. (Although, the story ends on a fun note: she transfers to the" Miss" pageant where there is a lot more money and prestige and her husband appears to be all for it and they decide to be simply engaged for the time being!)The reviewer also mentioned "too bad that Monroe never had kids". Uh huh. A woman with all her well known neuroses, whose career bottomed out due to her mental problems should have had kids. An ensemble like Eve Arden, Paul Douglas, Louis Calhern, Paul Stewart, Ginger Rogers, MItzi Gaynor and Eddie Bracken, Edmund Goulding deserved a better story.

  • We're Not Married (1952)

    • Mr. Blandings
    • 11/14/11

    What a pointless, boring film. And what a waste of talent. The Ginger Rogers "bookends" were a complete nonsense and sheer dullness. I didn't even watch more than a few seconds of the Monroe segment it was so stupid and poorly acted. Paul Douglas was wasted beyond belief in his pointless bit. Best segment - and this isn't saying much - was the one with Louis Calhern. Gabor can't act worth a cracker, but then again she's only playing herself as the bitchy divorce-seeker anyway. Watching this movie was a complete waste of time. * out of *****

  • A treat for Monroe fans

    • Jarrod McDonald
    • 10/28/10

    Ginger Rogers is the star of this picture. She has the most screen time and gets top billing. There are some great supporting actors in the picture. Eve Arden is one. There's also Mitzi Gaynor. And Marilyn. I think the film is a special one for Monroe enthusiasts because it's the only time she plays a mother on film. How sad that she did not have the chance to become one in real life.

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