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Love Nest

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Released 1951

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Director:
Joseph M. Newman
Released:
1951
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Love Nest is a charming, classic comedy film directed by Joseph M. Newman and released in 1951. Struggling novelist Jim Scott (William Lundigan) and his wife (June Havre) have recently purchased an apartment building. The strains of running the rather decrepit building begin to take their toll on the Scott's marriage; this is exacerbated by the arrival of the beautiful siren Roberta Stevens (Marilyn Monroe), an old flame from Jim's time in the army. When a series of expensive repairs leave the Scotts strapped for cash, Jim fears that they may be unable to make their mortgage payments. However, a ray of hope soon appears: a notorious con artist (Frank Fay) has been arrested after victimizing one of the Scott's tenants, Eadie Gaynor (Leatrice Joy). Soon, Jim is helping the incarcerated felon write his memoirs in the hopes that the financial proceeds will cure his money woes. This light, witty film will be particularly appreciated by fans of Marilyn Monroe, who appears in one of her first film roles.moreless

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