Mr. Lucky (22-Jul-1943)|
Director: H. C. Potter
Writers: Milton Holmes; Adrian Scott
From story: Bundles for Freedom by Milton Holmes
Music by: Roy Webb
Producer: David Hempstead
Keywords: Romantic Comedy
A gambler has assumed the identity of another man, classified 4F and able to avoid military service. To a pretty socialite he offers to hold a casino fundraiser for war relief, planning to rake off the majority of the take. He did not expect to fall in love with her. Can he achieve redemption?
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Review by Connie Vanderbeek (posted on 12-Nov-2007)
I love this movie. I saw this movie on television many years ago and fell in love with it. Cary Grant was wonderful and his acting between being a tough guy and tender when the letter was read to him showed what a great actor he was. Laraine Day was beautiful and when she cried, I cried to. I thought it was a beautiful love story of two opposites. I just recorded it again a few months ago when it was on AMC. I would love to have a permanent recording of it, but I understand it is not available to buy. I was very sad today to hear that she had passed away. They were both two of the greatest movie stars.
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