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The Marrying Kind (1952) (1952)

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Starring (View all)
Judy Holliday Judy Holliday
Florence
Aldo Ray Aldo Ray
Chet Keefer
Madge Kennedy Madge Kennedy
Judge Anne B. Carroll
Sheila Bond Sheila Bond
Joan Shipley
John Alexander John Alexander
Howard Shipley
Rex Williams Rex Williams
George Bastian
Phyllis Povah Phyllis Povah
Mrs. Derringer
Mickey Shaughnessy Mickey Shaughnessy
Pat Bundy


Written by
Ruth Gordon Ruth Gordon
(written by) and
Garson Kanin Garson Kanin
(written by)


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1 year, 11 months ago at Jun 21 15:52
(OK) The mature, quiet, serene Cukor made his characters out of his actors. Judy and Aldo Ray compose a marriage with all possible ups and downs, includin the tragedy of losing a child...and there are amusing dreams..
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Description: From the dour vantage point of divorce court, Florence (Judy Holliday, Born Yesterday) and Chet Keefer (Aldo Ray) recount the tale of their rocky marriage. Despite its jaunty title, The Marrying Kind is a surprisingly realistic portrait of marriage, with all its expectations, disappointments, compromises, fights, and intimacies. Florence and Chet are tested by trouble and loss, but it's finally good fortune that threatens to pull them apart. The judge in their case, however, thinks they should give it another try. Holliday perfected a ditzy/sexy persona that other actresses have emulated but never quite equalled; The Marrying K ... (more)
Release date: 1 April 1952
UPC: 043396103405
Tags: 1952 (2), Drama (1), Comedy (1), Marriage (1), Divorce Court (1)
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“(OK) The mature, quiet, serene Cukor made his characters out of his actors. Judy and Aldo Ray compose a marriage with all possible ups and downs, includin the tragedy of losing a child...and there are amusing dreams..” read more

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" Aldo Ray, Phyllis Povah and Judy Holliday Ruth Gordon - Written Garson Kanin - Written"


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"THE CLASSICS YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN BY NOW Judy Holliday The matchless romantic-comedy filmmaking team of director George Cukor and screenwriter-spouses Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin finds its embodiment in two very different female stars. One, of course, is Katharine Hepburn, a Cukor favorite, whose Adam’s Rib with Spencer Tracy is the most famous—and best—of Gordon-Kanin’s dueling-couple screenplays. The other is Judy Holliday. Holliday was, of course, also in Adam’s Rib, as Hepburn’"



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