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Blonde Fever (1944)
A retiring couple who own a roadside cafe have their marriage tested when they hire a pretty young thing as a waitress. Pretty young thing captures daddy's attention and his tongue. She's that baby smell all mothers talk about. Momma is an elegant insecurity blanket trying to outsmart the old man and his twit. The twit is playing her own game. Marry a hard working boy or wear diamonds on a leash. The choice is simple except the rich-appearing couple are broke. Her twinx fiancee gets hired by wife to keep girl confused and husband competing. Daddy gigolo gains accidental wealth which gives him choices which propels a generational class war and causes couple deconstruction. Mary Astor looked expensive. Gloria Grahame refused to be stupid but remained hot. Philip Dorn is that frightening beautiful thing that you fuck once and hope he forgets you. It spoke very comfortably about the relationship etiquette between aging, youth and sex. 08-Sep-2021