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Belles on their Toes (1952) was a Comedy - Family Film directed by Henry Levin and produced by Samuel G. Engel.


Loy reprises her roles as the mother of twelve in this sequel to the hit comedy Cheaper by the Dozen. As before, Loy has her hands full as she manages the lives of her children, tries to go back to work, and generally does good works for the community. Things get interesting when three of her daughters find romance, and through a succession of dances, picnics, and trips to the beach she manages to solve their problems and find some romance for herself.

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A Fam?lia do G?nio (1952) / Belles on Their Toes (1952)

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A Fam?lia do G?nio (1952) / Belles on Their Toes (1952) Um dos meus filmes favoritos que pode ser chamado de “tesouro escondido” ? “Papai Batuta”, com?dia de 1950. Apesar de ser divertido e ador?vel, tem momentos dram?ticos e ? um deles que torna o filme t?o bom. Perto ... Read full article

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Sam Harper: [hearing muffled explosion] What on earth was that?
Dr. Lillian M. Gilbreth: The childern have a chemistry set in the cellar.
Sam Harper: Smells like alcohol.
Dr. Lillian M. Gilbreth: Mr. Harper, alcohol is a chemical.

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