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Take Her, She's Mine (1963)

Take Her, She's Mine (1963)

Take Her, She's Mine

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In this generation gap movie of the early 1960s, Sandra Dee is Mollie Michaelson, a teenage rebel enamored with long-haired hippies and radical anti-nuclear political causes. Her involvement in such activities sends her ultra-conservative father Frank (James Stewart) into a tizzy. His reassuring wife is played by Audrey Meadows. Frank's furor deepens when Mollie is sent to Paris on an art scholarship. Back at home, Frank picks up a popular magazine and finds that his daughter has posed on the cover for a radical artist, Henri Bonnet (Philippe Forquet). He pursues her to save her from further degradation, but he ends up in a café in the wrong part of Paris just as it is raided by police. They arrest him on trumped-up and erroneous charges, and he struggles to prove that he's not guilty. This film was based on a play by Phoebe Ephron and Henry Ephron.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Classics, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Nunnally Johnson
In Theaters:
Runtime:
20th Century Fox Film Corporation

Cast

James Stewart
as Frank Michaelson/Nar...
Sandra Dee
as Mollie Michaelson
Audrey Meadows
as Anne Michaelson
Robert Morley
as Mr. Pope-Jones
Philippe Forquet
as Henri Bonnet
John McGiver
as Hector G. Ivor
Maurice Marsac
as M. Bonnet
Irene Tsu
as Miss Wu
Charla Doherty
as Liz Michaelson
Marcel Hillaire
as Policeman
Charles Robinson
as Stanley Bowdry
Janine Grandel
as Mme. Bonnet
Bob Denver
as Emmett
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½

The kind of part Jimmy Stewart could play in his sleep, the befuddled dad, but cute of its type.

jjnxn
jay nixon

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½

Jimmy Stewart delivers father role with witty commentary. Forget the RT review, this isn't about a girl taking up with long haired hippies! Hey, its 1963 in the Beatnik era when folk and causes were just starting. Jimmy Stewart plays the ever worried father of a very sought after daughter. The movie has lots of cliche moments and funny dialog. Bob Denver of Gilligan's Island and Dobbie Gillis has a bit role as a coffee shop poet with guitar.


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You can see a clip of Bob Denver here as the then unknown at the time:

http://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/video/570305/Take-Her-She-s-Mine-Movie-Clip-Straight-Out-Of-The-Ozarks.html



SEE the official trailer here:

http://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/video/569042/Take-Her-She-s-Mine-Original-Trailer-.html



A father is overprotective toward his teenage daughter as she leaves home to go to college and study abroad in Paris.




SEE the entire film comedy here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atFNj6SPKUU




While about an hour too long for me I got the general idea of the plot in the first 20 minutes. But its generally a feel good film about parents and their older kids and quite true too!

[img]https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTMHH0O8FWis-b-U5_MjssVpyh2lS77ZYX6tpXeZ92W18PdVHk_gg[/img] The Protest stage of daughter (Sandra Dee) and Bob Denver


NOTES:

1 On November 22, 1963, a promotional commercial featuring Sandra Dee was aired on KLIF Radio in Dallas, Texas following one of the first reports concerning the shootings of President John F. Kennedy and Texas Governor John Connally. Shortly after this commercial, KLIF suspended all regular programming and commercials for continuous developments which would evolve into the official announcement of Kennedy's death.

2 The original Broadway production of Take Her, She's Mine played at the Biltmore Theatre on Broadway and ran for 404 performances from December 21, 1961, to December 8, 1962.

[img]http://ia.media-imdb.com/images/M/MV5BMTI2OTgwOTgwMV5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTYwNTEzODU2._V1_SY450_SX288_.jpg[/img] The ever sarcastic film is at times hilarious




James Stewart as Frank Michaelson
Sandra Dee as Mollie Michaelson
Audrey Meadows as Anne Michaelson
Robert Morley as Mr. Pope-Jones
John McGiver as Hector G. Ivor
Bob Denver as coffeehouse singer
Philippe Forquet as Henri Bonnet
Monica Moran as Linda Lehman
Cynthia Pepper as Adele
Jenny Maxwell as Sarah
Charla Doherty as Liz Michaelson
Maurice Marsac as M. Bonnet
Marcel Hillaire as Policeman
Irene Tsu as Miss Wu
Charles Robinson as Stanley

[img]http://www.movieposter.com/posters/archive/main/33/b70-16610[/img] Here Stewart looks for his daughter (Bob Denver sings)


Directed by

Henry Koster

Produced by
Henry Koster

Written by
Henry Ephron (play)
Phoebe Ephron (play)
Nunnally Johnson

Music by
Jerry Goldsmith

Cinematography
Lucien Ballard

Editing by
Marjorie Fowler

Distributed by
20th Century-Fox

Release dates
November 13, 1963

Running time
98 minutes

Country
United States

Language
English

Budget
$2,435,000

Box office
est. $3,400,000 (US/ Canada)

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Monsieur Rick
monsieur rick

An anxious father (Jimmy Stewart) worries about his daughter's (Sandra Dee) virtue as she comes of age and starts hanging out with beatniks and protesters.
Moderately funny. Bob Denver appears looking exactly like his Dobie Gillis character, but this is a bit better than that series.

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