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Love Nest (1951) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Joseph M. Newman and produced by Jules Buck.

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My (Slightly Less Than) Month With Marilyn: Love Nest (1951)

By Kristen on Nov 13, 2011 From Journeys in Classic Film

It’s hard to classify today’s film, Love Nest, because it seems to suffer from the same problems of yesterday’s film As Young As You Feel. ?Love Nest focuses on a small ensemble cast, several subplots, and in contrast to the other film is sickeningly sweet. ?A product of the early ... Read full article

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This was June Haver's only full-length film in black and white. Her other 14 releases between 1943 and 1953 were shot in three-strip Technicolor, something of a record for a Hollywood Golden Age actress. In addition, this was the only June Haver feature not to garner a contemporary New York Times review.
Because the bathing suit Marilyn Monroe wears was so risqué (for the time) and caused such a commotion on the set, director Joseph M. Newman had to make it a closed set while she was filming.
The Persian rug maker Charley refers to is Omar Khayyam and the quote is from "The Rubaiyat of Omart Khayyam".
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