Yours, Mine and Ours (1968)

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Yours, Mine and Ours (1968) Review


He's got 10 kids, she's got 8. Of course, the family of 20 is going to get together and out-Brady that bunch. Yes, there will be hijinks, but this is 1968, so the worst will involve a lost slip and a boy that's a little pushy with the big sister. No, no jock strap in the spaghetti humor. Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda make for an awkward pair (she's a kind of dippy nurse, he's in the navy), but their tales -- based on a true coupling -- are a pleasant enough diversion, despite having aged badly. (Not to mention the fact that Fonda re-recorded all his lines and the sound editing makes them so loud they at first seem to be voice-over.)


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Producer: Robert F. Blumofe


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