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William Holden William Holden
Donald Gresham
David Niven David Niven
David Slater
Maggie McNamara Maggie McNamara
Patty O'Neill
Tom Tully Tom Tully
Michael O'Neill
Dawn Addams Dawn Addams
Cynthia Slater
Fortunio Bonanova Fortunio Bonanova
Television Performer
Gregory Ratoff Gregory Ratoff
Taxi Driver

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F. Hugh Herbert F. Hugh Herbert


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The Moon Is Blue (1953) Videos

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6 years ago at Jan 19 17:01
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The five main stars of this film all died within seven years of each other; Maggie McNamara in 1978 aged 49, William Holden in 1981 aged 63, Tom Tully in 1982 aged 73, David Niven in 1983 aged 73, and Dawn Addams in 1985 aged 54. Director Otto Preminger died the next year at the age of 80.

Maggie McNamara was nominated for an Oscar for her role in this movie (her first movie), but a... read more


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Good grumpy old Otto seems to in love with Maggie and hier ingenue agresiveness. But its more in dialogue than in gestures and mise en scene. Too speechy for suc a gret director. Holden and Niven ok, even Dawn Addams.
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Two aging playboys are both after the same attractive young woman, but she fends them off by claiming that she plans to remain a virgin until her wedding night. Both men determine to find a way around her objections.
Release date: 8 July 1953
Tags: Comedy (3), 1953 (2), Daughter (1), Bathroom (1), Virgin (1), Actress (1), Father (1), Empire State Building (1), Playboy (1), Based On Play (1), Romance (1), Seduction (1), Love (1), Architect (1), Jealousy (1), Sex (1), Purity (1), Love Triangle (1), (1), Marriage (1)
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