Thursday, April 15, 2010

Theater Thursday

This week's Theater Thursday featured movie is How To Marry A Millionaire
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Made in 1953, featuring 3 of the most glamorous Hollywood women of all time:Marilyn Monroe, Lauren Bacall and Betty Grable. 
How To Marry A Millionaire follows the three New York Models on their quest to find eligible millionaires to marry. Once the three women combine forces by moving into a Manhattan apartment together they begin the search. Along the way they find possible suitors but begin to feel feelings for men with less means. It all comes back to that inevitable question: Will they marry for love or money? 

If you've never seen this movie, you must run out and get it. It's a classic and hello, it stars Marilyn Monroe who's gorgeous. 

13 comments:

MG said...

I love this movie!

Katie said...

omgoodness i'm SO glad you told us about this movie! i just LOVE old movies and LOVE to find new ones i've never seen! i might just have to hop on over to amazon and make an order RIGHT now :)

happy thursday!!!

JAMIE said...

I have seen that! It's so cute!!!

Summer said...

Oooh love this post! I just heart Monroe....love her...

Thanks for your super sweet comment on my bloggy blog! Yours is super cute too! I thinkyou are like the 3rd person on here I know that blogs from WV hahahahha....we are making progress LOL...

look forward to reading more

Have a fab day
xoxo
Summer :0)

Carrie said...

I've never saw this one, but it looks great. Consider it added to my Netfix queue. ;)

JG said...

...and hilarious! Monroe was so underrated as an actress!

Ashley said...

I left you something on my blog :) <3

ModernMom said...

Oh and don't you just love the clothes!

Breadwinner Wife said...

I love this movie! Lauren Bacall too is so glam. My favorite Marilyn movie though is "Gentleman Prefer Blondes." She really was a good comedian.

Laura and Ryan said...

Sounds like a fun movie!!

Carol {Everyday Delights} said...

Such a fun movie! And Marlyn is lovely as always!

Florida Girl Meets the Midwest said...

This is a fun movie for the girls.

PS Enjoyed the Salt & Pepper shaker museum.

Libby said...

I had a frame of this movie (along with two other Marilyn flicks) in my house in college. Now their in a box...makes me sad.
Also, where's your McLinky? I was so excited about having one to contribute. Seriously...while I was writing I was like "Oooh....crazy shenanigans writes about movies every thursday!!!"