I have not seen this movie aired on TV in years. I have seen in many times in the 80s through early 2000s. Its about a boy in the 1920s whose parents die and he goes to live with his Auntie Mame, free spirit, who is single, rich and no clue on how to raise a child. Its hysterically funny. There is a warmness between the two of them as he ages. The scene where he brings home his fiancee and her prim and proper parents is a "everything that could go wrong, will definately go wrong" scene. It was filmed in 1958 and based on a true story. Thoughts? If you don't say "live, live, live" at the end you never will.
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