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Marriage-Go-Round [Import]

Susan Hayward , James Mason , Walter Lang    Unrated   DVD

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A Swedish gymnast wishes to mate with a genius and produce the "perfect child" but problems arise when she selects a married college professor. Shown in 16:9 letterbox format using the highest quality source material available.


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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars  19 reviews
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ANOTHER GREAT SUSAN HAYWARD FILM THAT SHOULD BE ON DVD.....PLEASE 20TH CENTURY FOX CONSIDER..... Aug. 2 2008
By Gary W. Jasinkonis - Published on Amazon.com
THE MARRIAGE-GO-ROUND IS ONE OF THE FEW COMEDIES THAT SUSAN HAYWARD APPEARED IN. ALTHOUGH, KNOWN MOSTLY FOR DRAMA SHE OFFERS A VERY APPEALING, PLEASING PERFORMANCE ALONGSIDE JAMES MASON AND JULIE NEWMAR. THE FILM IS FUN AND ENTERTAINING AND TAKES US BACK TO THE HOLLYWOOD OF THE EARLY 1960S. IT WOULD CERTAINLY MAKE FOR A GREAT DVD THAT IS FUNNY AND APPEALING--SOMETHING VERY LACKING IN THE COMEDY OF TODAY. PLEASE 20TH CENTURY FOX DO THE RIGHT THING AND RELEASE "THE MARRIAGE-GO-ROUND" ON DVD......IT WILL MEAN ANOTHER SUSAN HAYWARD FILM WILL ENTERTAIN THE WORLD........THANK YOU...........GARY JASINKONIS....EAST NORTHPORT, NEW YORK........THE ULTIMATE SUSAN HAYWARD FAN..........
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Susan Hayward also brilliant in comedy ! Aug. 24 2007
By G. Van Der Grinten - Published on Amazon.com
This is an interesting film in Susan Hayward's filmography since it is one of the few comedies she was in.
Made two years after her oscar winning role,"I want to live", Hayward is vey spiritual in this diverting 1960 movie,co starring the talented James Mason and Julie Newmar.

It is also in technicolor and gives again the possibility to watch "The redhead from Brooklyn" in color, which is always a feast for the eyes.

I for one am eagerly waiting for the anounced release of this DVD.Let's hope 20 century Fox hurry up with its release.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It's anamorphic ! March 26 2013
By Gary C. Williams - Published on Amazon.com
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It's a really nice widescreen anamorphic picture. The colors are good and the image is sharp. My only concern was the sound had a little hiss which I noticed in the last third of the film and I don't think it is in stereo. Why can't Fox master "Tender is the Night" as well as this one!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Please Please Please put this out on DVD Aug. 2 2009
By J. Cowan - Published on Amazon.com
I can't agree more with the other two reviews. An Excellent, fun movie starring 3 great actors. Susan Hayward, James Mason, and Julie Newmar are a fantastic mix. I waited forever for Susan Hayward's "Soldier of Fortune" with Clark Gable to be released on DVD and bought it the instant I knew it was out. This great movie is on the top of my wish list.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Julie Newmar walks away with this film... April 6 2013
By Gayle E. Loveland - Published on Amazon.com
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---From the moment (approximately 5 minutes into the film) when Julie Newmar (as Katrina Swen) gracefully slinks into the gorgeous Frank Loyd Wright-built home of professors Content and Paul Lowell, she (literally) sashays away with the film.....ANYONE (male or female) who can direct more than a fleeting glance at the two supposed leads in the film (Mason and Hayward) when Newmar is sharing film space, is a special individual, indeed. Aside from Newmar's most obvious beauty, she has a feline grace and elegance that defies description, and the Swedish accent she affects, and idiosyncracies she brings to the character of Katrina show why she won the Tony award in 1959 for her portrayal of the same character in the stage version (opposite such heavy weights as Claudette Colbert and Charles Boyer, no less). I have always believed that her exceptional height (6'0"), kept her from acheiving the super-stardom her talents so richly deserved (as, in the 1950's and '60's, there were far fewer really tall leading men than there are today--Tom "shorty" Cruise aside--). Despite this dearth of equally tall (and gorgeous) male actors, her exceptional beauty was recognized at the time (with even crochety NY Times critic Bosley Crowther stating that in this film, she looks like some 21st Century "vision" with perfect proportions).....I was not yet born when this film was made, but have always liked it.....the low rating is due to the fact that the film version falls far short of the stage version (cuts made to the dialogue, due to the industry's adherence to a "G/PG" rating system --before it was introduced-- killed much of the interesting banter). In addition, the casting of Mason and Hayward (in lieu of say, Cary Grant and Claudette Colbert), greatly affected the film's comic value, and the script cuts reduced the film to a somewhat one-dimensional "inside joke".....That being said, it is still VERY MUCH worth watching, if only to see the Tony Award performance of Newmar and the gorgeous sets................

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