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3.2
519 Ratings

How to Marry a Millionaire

Directed by Jean Negulesco
United States, 1953
Comedy, Drama, Romance

Synopsis

Three women set out to find eligible millionaires to marry, but find true love in the process.

How to Marry a Millionaire Directed by Jean Negulesco

Awards & Festivals

Academy Awards

1954 | Nominee: Best Costume Design, Color

BAFTA Awards

1955 | Nominee: Best Film from any Source

Writers Guild of America

1954 | Nominee: Best Written American Comedy (Screen)

Critics reviews

I don’t remember ever finding MILLIONAIRE that funny. My best friend at school was a Marilyn obsessive and I sort of drifted along into that… HTMAM had Monroe and so it was good, but not that funny, and it went without saying that it would have been better with MORE Monroe. Funnily enough, my response to it is about the same thirty-four years later.
September 30, 2017
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Although the Siren would cite Written on the Wind as Bacall’s best film of the 1950s, How to Marry a Millionaire was her best role. Bacall was one of the few pre-1960 actresses who played a model while looking like a model; Marilyn Monroe and Betty Grable look like showgirls, not mannequins. As Schatze, Bacall is the ringleader and outwardly the most hard-bitten of this gold-digging trio. But Bacall is also the most lovable, because she plays it as a woman too smart for the room.
September 18, 2014
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