The talents of Marge and Gower Champion get a flashy showcasing. The star team is extremely likeable and almost generates enough verve and audience response to carry off even the sagging spots.

The talents of Marge and Gower Champion get a flashy showcasing. The star team is extremely likeable and almost generates enough verve and audience response to carry off even the sagging spots.

Marge Champion, particularly, continues to show promise as an ingenue who can get by even without a dance or song. Champion gives a very pleasing account of himself.

The plot finds the Champions opening to a smash hit on Broadway in an O’Keefe-produced show, only to discover that the gal’s dizziness is caused by pregnancy. Forced to retire with only one night in the show, Marge Champion becomes a successful mother for the next few years while Champion continues in show business partnered with Monica Lewis.

Everything I Have Is Yours

Production

M-G-M. Director Robert Z. Leonard; Producer George Wells; Screenplay George Wells, Ruth Brooks Flippen; Camera William V. Skall; Editor Adrienne Fazan; Music David Rose (dir.)

Crew

(Color) Extract of a review from 1952. Running time: 91 MIN.

With

Marge Champion Gower Champion Dennis O'Keefe Monica Lewis Dean Miller Eduard Franz
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