1950 movie title lobby card ‘Grounds for Marriage’

$15.00 CAD

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Nice movie related card that showcases romantic comedy.

                    MGM presents
          Fun!  Songs! Romance! 
   Paula Raymond Barry Sullivan
Copyright 1950 Loew’s Incorporated
Property of National Screen Service Corp. Licenced for display only in connection with the exhibition of this picture at your theater. Must be returned immediately hereafter.  51/21


Stamped on back 'BOOKLAND…Toronto Ontario '.

Scuff on 'N' of 'VAN". Stain left border, UL corner and LR border.

11” x 13 ½”


Grounds for Marriage is a 1951 American romantic comedy film directed by Robert Z. Leonard. Written and produced by Samuel Marx, the film stars Van Johnson and Kathryn Grayson.

Ina Massine (Kathryn Grayson) is an opera diva who divorced throat specialist Dr. Lincoln "Linc" I. Bartlett (Van Johnson) three years ago. Nowadays, she regrets this decision and attempts to win back his affection. Linc, however, is engaged to Agnes Oglethorpe Young (Paula Raymond), the beautiful young daughter of his mentor, Dr. Carleton Radwin Young (Lewis Stone).

Grounds for Marriage was meant to be an escapist fare, distracting people from the Korean War.