Love Nest (1951)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance

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Two married New Yorkers purchase an old, run-down building full of colorful tenants.




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  • Bradford Hatton and William Lundigan in Love Nest (1951)
  • Marilyn Monroe in Love Nest (1951)
  • William Lundigan in Love Nest (1951)
  • Marilyn Monroe in Love Nest (1951)
  • June Haver and William Lundigan in Love Nest (1951)

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1 August 2017 | bkoganbing
| What that brownstone would be worth today
Love Nest concerns the struggles of a young couple to keep the brownstone they own in shape and their tenants happy. June Haver bought the building as an investment with what was probably William Lundigan's separation pay. They've got an interesting group of tenants among them Frank Fay a gentleman of leisure who doesn't work but seems to be well fixed.

That's because he's a conman who fleeces little old ladies, but he's actually fallen for Leatrice Joy of the silent screen era who is also a tenant.

Another tenant is Marilyn Monroe who knew Lundigan in the service when she was a WAC. June Haver notices, but Jack Paar a lawyer friend of their's also notices Marilyn.

Love Nest is a slight amusing comedy. But the thing that gets me is that for all their troubles that Brownstone in NYC especially Manhattan is probably worth a small fortune for the grandchildren of Lundigan and Haver. Hope they hung on to it.

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