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Houseboat (19-Nov-1958)

Director: Melville Shavelson

Writers: Jack Rose; Melville Shavelson

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eduardo Ciannelli
Actor
30-Aug-1889 8-Oct-1969 Strange Cargo
Cary Grant
Actor
18-Jan-1904 29-Nov-1986 North by Northwest
Harry Guardino
Actor
23-Dec-1925 17-Jul-1995 Houseboat
Murray Hamilton
Actor
24-Mar-1923 1-Sep-1986 Jaws
Martha Hyer
Actor
10-Aug-1924   Some Came Running
Madge Kennedy
Actor
19-Apr-1891 9-Jun-1987 The Marrying Kind
Werner Klemperer
Actor
22-Mar-1920 6-Dec-2000 Col. Klink on Hogan's Heroes
John Litel
Actor
30-Dec-1892 3-Feb-1972 Two Dollar Bettor
Sophia Loren
Actor
20-Sep-1934   La Ciociara
Paul Petersen
Actor
23-Sep-1945   The Donna Reed Show

REVIEWS

Review by Monika Fox (posted on 18-May-2007)

I have seen this movie at least 100 times and still cry every time I watch it. Cary Grant and Sophia Loren are both my favorite actors. He was an absolutely dashing man and came across as a perfect gentleman. She was so beautiful and sexy in houseboat!! I cannot imagine any of her leading men not falling in love with her. I did not know that the romance between Cary and her had ended just before this movie. You definitely could not tell and they seemed completely in love! Houseboat had a wonderful storyline and a great cast, including the children with their superb acting. I am 61 years old and still in love with Cary!!!


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