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Life With Father

Directors: Michael Curtiz
Cast: Irene Dunne, William Powell, Elizabeth Taylor, Zasu Pitts, Monte Blue, Martin Milner, James Lydon
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Year: 1947  Length: 118M  Color/B&W:  Color  Origin: USA
Synopsis: Wlliam Powell stars as Clarence Day, the patriarch of his 1880’s New York City household. He believes everything in the house is run by his business-like rules, but is frequently bemused at how often his absent-minded wife Vinne (Irene Dunne) really runs the show. His children are learning to stretch their wings beyond his influence, including his eldest son’s blooming romance with an out-of-town girl (Elizabeth Taylor). But Clarence’s patience is worn thin when it is discovered he was never baptised, and his wife and friends embark on a crusade to make sure his soul is saved. One of the most popular movies of its day, for the endearing mix of comedy and zaniness mixed into each scene.

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Directors: Michael Curtiz
Cast: Irene Dunne, William Powell, Elizabeth Taylor, Zasu Pitts, Monte Blue, Martin Milner, James Lydon
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Year: 1947 Length: 118M Color/B&W: Color Origin: USA
Synopsis: Wlliam Powell stars as Clarence Day, the patriarch of his 1880's New York City household. He believes everything in the house is run by his business-like rules, but is frequently bemused at how often his absent-minded wife Vinne (Irene Dunne) really runs the show. His children are learning to stretch their wings beyond his influence, including his eldest son's blooming romance with an out-of-town girl (Elizabeth Taylor). But Clarence's patience is worn thin when it is discovered he was never baptised, and his wife and friends embark on a crusade to make sure his soul is saved. One of the most popular movies of its day, for the endearing mix of comedy and zaniness mixed into each scene.

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