The Mating of Millie
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The Mating of Millie
So often wasted in passive roles, Evelyn Keyes is virtually the whole show in The Mating of Millie. Keyes is cast as pretty businesswoman Millie McGonigle, who hopes to fill a gap in her life by adopting orphan boy Tommy Bassett (Jimmy Hunt, future star of 1953's Invaders from Mars). But this is 1948: self-supporting though she may be, Millie must have a husband to qualify as an adoptive parent. With the help of her neighbor Doug Andrews (Glenn Ford), Millie tries to trap an acceptable hubby. Guess who Millie falls in love with in the last reel. Just guess. Columbia mounted an elaborate… More

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"... if you can't guess what happens from here out you're the one person we can recommend to see this film."
‑ Bosley Crowther, New York Times
"Agreeable but predictable romantic comedy."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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