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Cary Grant scored still another box-office smash with his 1958 vehicle Houseboat. Grant plays a widowed father who packs himself and his spoiled kiddies off to a ramshackle houseboat. Enter Sophia Loren, who is attempting to break loose from her tyrannical father's (Eduardo Cianelli) iron grip. She hires on as Grant's housekeeper and his children's governess. Though Grant struggles valiantly to maintain a "hands off" policy, he and Loren are billing and cooing by fadeout time--but not before plenty of reversals, ...

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MKate

Oct 20, 2011

Great Movie!

This is Cary Grant at his most charming . . . and funny. Sophia at any age is a joy. The two of them together is totally entertaining . . . but the kicker is knowing that Cary really fell for Sophia while making this movie and it shows! Best of all is you can watch this movie with your special someone, as a girls-night-in, or with the whole family. What a unique concept!

jennababy

Aug 14, 2008

I like this movie because it shows what REAL women are supposed to look like. I also like the fact that it is possible to find love amid an already made family.(Who wants to gain 150 pds. to pop out some kids when someone else can do it for you!)

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