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Mame

Some rare fictional characters can withstand even the most lumbering interpretation. One might have thought that would apply to Mame, the plucky heroine who captivated readers in Patrick Dennis' novel, came to the stage in Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee… (more)

Released: 1974

Rating: PG

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Mame - Official Trailer
03:29 — Lucille Ball plays Auntie mame, loving life and living it to the hilt with her nephew and assorted eccentrics in tow. Robert Preston, Beatrice Arthur (more…)
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  • Released: 1974
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: Some rare fictional characters can withstand even the most lumbering interpretation. One might have thought that would apply to Mame, the plucky heroine who captivated readers in Patrick Dennis' novel, came to the stage in Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee… (more)

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