1952 Lovely to Look At Lobby CardGo Back
Lovely to Look At is a 1952 American MGM musical film adaptation of the Broadway musical Roberta, directed by Mervyn LeRoy. The film begins with the first of many musical numbers that showcases the three men and their desire to gain monetary appreciation and security. After being continuously denied for pitches, Al receives a letter from Paris, which he assumes is another debt collector, but is actually a letter from his aunt’s attorney written in French giving him the great news that he is actually a part owner in a dress salon located in Paris, France. The three men and their “lady-friend” Bubbles, the person who funds their lengthy trip, then eagerly set on a journey to Paris in hopes of profiting from the sale of Al’s share in the shop.
Presented is a 11×14 lobby card from the 1952 film Lovely to Look At. It shows mild display wear especially concentrated along the borders/edges as well as some stamping on the back.