My Six Loves movie
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  • In fact, some of Janssen's bits are the best of the film

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      Debbie Reynolds stars as actress Janice Courtney in My Six Loves, a very entertaining comedy from 1963. Courtney wants some time away from the hectic lights of Hollywood, so she retreats to her country home, only to discover six waifs living on her property.

      The six children

      are played very well by young performers that include Barry Livingston, best known for his role on My Three Sons.

      The basic idea behind this story is pretty simple and probably extremely predictable. Courtney, supposedly happy in her single life and profession, ends up falling for these children, as well as for the minister who ends up assisting her with their care. Cliff Robertson plays Reverend Jim Larkin. He loves the kids, and he falls for Courtney, too.

      In the end, all concludes happily, but the fun is just watching the process evolve.

      • My Six Loves movie
      There are a lot of funny moments to go along with the heartfelt ones, too.

      The supporting cast provides a lot of jocularity, too. David Janssen is just a hoot as Courtney’s agent. This is so different from his ultra serious role on TV’s The

      Fugitive. Here, he’s lighthearted and befuddled as he tries to deal with the children, something that just isn’t his thing. In fact, some of Janssen’s bits are the best of the film. Hans Conreid, Alice Ghostley, Alice Pearce, and Eileen Heckart also bring some laughs with them.

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