The Tender Trap (1955) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Charles Walters and produced by Lawrence Weingarten.
Academy Awards 1955 --- Ceremony Number 28 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Music - Song||Music by James Van Heusen; Lyrics by Sammy Cahn||Nominated|
The Tender Trap (Charles Walters, 1955)By Judy on Jan 5, 2014 From Movie Classics
I was given the Frank Sinatra: The Golden Years DVD box set for Christmas, so I’m looking forward to watching all the films in the collection. The UK/region 2 set contains four films, rather than five as in the US/region 1 set, with the missing title sadly being the most famous one - The Man w... Read full article
Watching “Dated” Movies… The Tender Trap (1955)By Emily on Aug 26, 2013 From The Vintage Cameo
It’s funny how, no matter what year a movie actually came out, it can only take a few lines to cement its place as a timeless classic–or damn it as a dated time capsule. Not that there’s anything inherently wrong with a movie being “dated,” but it can be yet another bar... Read full article
Second looks: The Tender Trap (1955)By Lindsey on Jul 24, 2013 From The Motion Pictures
(Image: c1n3) Charlie is a Broadway agent who’s a bit of a womanizer, courting a handful of girls (a modest estimate) all at once. Charlie’s best friend Joe from back home comes to visit Charlie in New York while taking a “break” from his marriage. Each man seems to have what... Read full article
Feature: Caught in the ‘Tender Trap’By RBuccicone on Jan 22, 2013 From MacGuffin Movies
TCM will be playing one of my favorite Sinatra movies this weekend, The Tender Trap. The story is a cute comedy about perpetual bachelor Sinatra and the young?woman who ensnares him for domestic life –Debbie Reynolds. The song “The Tender Trap” refers to “love” being th... Read full article
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Charlie Reader: Why should I? You'd punch back!
Sylvia Crewes: Joe, do you have any idea what's available to a woman of 33? Married men. Drunks. Pretty boys looking for someone to support them. Lunatics looking for their fifth divorce! It's quite a list, isn't it?
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