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Ginger Rogers stars as a department store salesclerk about to be laid off after the Christmas holiday, who happens to be passing an orphanage when a woman leaves a baby on the doorstep. The orphanage assumes that Rogers is the mother, despite her protests; when they contact the department store, the owner's son (David Niven) decides to restore her job so that she can take care of the child. Before long, rumors are flying that Niven is the child's father, which fills Niven's father (the great character actor Charles Coburn) with joy. The plot expertly weaves a deliciously funny web of assumptions and denials, with Rogers, Niven, and Coburn turning in topnotch performances--Rogers, who sometimes overplays her comic parts, is brilliantly understated in what is one of her best roles. These great actors are combined with a smart script from Norman Krasna (Mr. and Mrs. Smith, It Started with Eve) and smooth direction from Garson Kanin (My Favorite Wife). Bachelor Mother is one of the most underappreciated gems of the screwball comedy era. --Bret Fetzer --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Ginger Rogers is great in this. She ends up with a baby that she found on the steps of a Foundling Agency -- they think it belongs to her but it doesn't. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Joeen Melchiorre
Ginger Rogers was gorgeous, there was definitely chemistry with her and David Niven. The part where she masqueraded as a Swedish woman at a New Years party and said the famous... Read morePublished 10 months ago by John Richards
This is Ginger Rogers' first film after breaking with Fred Astair, and she is obliged to do a dance scene! Read morePublished on May 6 2013 by Guy L. Storms
excellent oldie that is very difficult to find especially on DVD.
Not only was the movie available it was reasonably priced and arrived on time as promised. Read more
This is one of the few Ginger Rodgers movies in which she is very funny in. When Rodgers finds a baby and is mistaken for the baby's mother and that is when the fun begins. Read morePublished on June 8 2003
A true and utter delight. I love 1930's and 40's comedy-romances, and this one nears the top of my list.Published on Jan. 6 2003
I had never heard of this movie and just watched the local library copy. What a gem! Very funny dialogue, excellent pacing, witty. Will put this one on my wish list. Read morePublished on Nov. 6 2002
As a shop girl, Ginger Rogers picks up a tiny baby she finds on the stoop of a foundling home and carries it inside. Read morePublished on Nov. 2 2001