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Take Her, She's Mine

1963, Comedy, 1h 38m

2 Reviews 500+ Ratings

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After reluctantly packing up his attractive daughter, Mollie (Sandra Dee), and sending her away to study art at a Paris college, Frank Michaelson (James Stewart) gives new meaning to the term "concerned parent." Reading Mollie's letters describing her counter-culture experiences and beatnik friends, Frank eventually grows so paranoid that he boards a plane to Paris to see firsthand the kind of lessons his daughter is learning with her new artist amour, Henri (Philippe Forquet).

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  • Mar 17, 2008
    The kind of part Jimmy Stewart could play in his sleep, the befuddled dad, but cute of its type.
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