Friday, February 25, 2011

Lets Make it Legal 1951

Lets Make it Legal, Wow what an all star cast this Movie Has starting with Cladette Colbert, Marilyn Monroe, Robert Wagner, Barbara Bates (as Colbert daughter), Macdonald Carey.  The Plot, Colbert and her husband Hugh (played by Macdonald Carey) are divorcing because of his terrible gambling habbit.  Her grown daughter and son in law (Robert Wagner) have moved in to help out but it seems the daughter is using her Mother for her help so she can sleep in not do house work.  Overall not an impressive film but has some great stars and fashion.  I think it funny that they put Marilyn on the front as she only really had a minor role in the movie.  In fact they seem to put Marilyn in every promo picture I can find  for this movie.  Don't get me wrong I love  Marilyn  but.... I guess we can see how the Stars Names and Faes were used early on to sell mediocre films.

Coming up on my blog I plan to finish my February make this weekend.  I will try to get pictures also I received my Heyday dress so I must give it a trial run with pictures.
Also Coming up I think I will try to do a give away when I reach 50 readers to say thank you to all of you following my blog.  I am going to ponder this weekend what I will be giving away don't worry I will try to make it a good one.  Have a great week end all.


  1. I've never seen this movie. I will look out for it, thank you.

  2. I have been finding lots of these movies on our netflix instant que so if you have netflix try that out.

  3. I think they put Marilyn in front of every movie she was ever in now... I've seen her in front of Love Happy too and I think she is in it for a minute or so.

    I have Let's Make It Legal, but I have yet to watch it. :)

  4. I enjoyed this movie just last weekend. The reason that Marilyn is not in the front row is that this year she was an actress still had not found her great role, she had a long career doing minor roles until he made pretty girl (except "The Asphalt Jungle , 1950 "" Do not bother to knock. 1952 "." Niagara. 1953 "and the mythical " Gentlemen Prefer Blondes "