Mame (1974)

PG   |    |  Musical

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Following the death of his father, an orphan is sent to live with his free-spirited aunt.




  • Lucille Ball and Kirby Furlong in Mame (1974)
  • Lucille Ball on the set of "mame"
  • Lucille Ball in "Mame" 1974 Warner Bros.
  • "Mame," Lucille Ball Warner, 1974
  • Lucille Ball in Mame (1974)
  • Bea Arthur in her trailer doing the movie "Mame" with her husband / director Gene Saks

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4 March 2001 | LGuili
Some people just love to criticize!
In general, critics have been much too harsh regarding their comments on MAME. It's simply an old-fashioned, entertaining musical that's fun to watch. Lucille Ball does a fine job in the title role. She gives a thoroughly professional performance and looks fantastic in all those wonderful costumes. She was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Musical/Comedy Motion Picture. The rest of the cast is terrific. It makes a delightful addition to your video collection. MAME may not be great art but it is very enjoyable, especially if you are a Lucy fan.

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