Being Marilyn's Neighbour (1951) 🇺🇸
Triple Plus Appeal
Hollywood’s latest exhibit of triple plus sex appeal, luscious Marilyn Monroe, reaches new comedy heights in her latest 20th Century-Fox film, “Love Nest.” It seems that Bill Lundigan comes home from the Army to find his wife, June Haver, has bought a ramshackle apartment house. He saves one apartment for his war buddy, Bobby, who turns out, of course, to be his old comrade-at-arms, ex-WAC Marilyn. Wifey doesn’t take this too well, especially when she’s mistaken for the janitor’s wife! So Bill spends night in Marilyn’s empty apartment — only he’s the only one who knows it’s empty. Running an apartment house isn’t complicated enough — Marilyn’s complicating glances confuse the issues even more. In fact, one glance at Marilyn and complications are guaranteed!
Collection: Screenland Magazine, October 1951