Easy to Love

Synopsis: Set against the background of Florida's Cypress Gardens, and featuring many stretches of water carnival-ballet numbers, the slight story line finds swimming star Julie Hallerton (Esther Williams) in love with Ray Lloyd (Van Johnson), her boss and the creator and operator of the operation. She stays mostly wet, while he stays mostly disinterested in anything other than the cash receipts.
Director(s): Charles Walters
Production: MGM
96 min

- Of course, that's what we're here for.

- Dick, get in the middle.

Take your glasses off.

Smile, everybody.

If he thinks I'm gonna work tonight,

he's just out of his mind.

All right, you ready?

Roll them.

All right, cut.

You were wonderful.

Oh, Hank, not now.

We have an audience.

What's wrong?

I want the whole world to know.

- Gee, I love you, baby.

- Hank.

Nice job, kids. I couldn't be happier.

You have time for dinner and dances.

You take her to Happy Joe's. It's on me.

- That's mighty kind of you, Ray.

- My pleasure.

Mr. Lloyd, New York's on the phone.

LIFE magazine calling.

- Okay, tell them I'm flying in tomorrow.

- Yes, sir.

- You're going away? You didn't tell me.

- Yes. Oh, didn't I?

- Well, no. How long are you staying?

- A few weeks.

Have her back by 11.

You've got four shows to do tomorrow.

Goodbye, now.

I'll send you a card from the big city.

Thanks a whole lot.

Hank, you go get dressed.

I'll be along in a minute.

I forgot to tell Ray something.

Rush it, baby.

We gotta make every minute count.

That winds up the pool. What's next?

Here's the schedule for tomorrow.

Be right with you.

- We shoot the clowns-

- I came to say goodbye.

We just said goodbye.

Then the flying saucers.

- I won't be here when you come back.

- And then the ballerinas.

Be with you in a minute, Barnes.

Let me get this straight.

- You won't be here?

- No.

- Where will you be?

- I'm quitting. I'm gonna marry Hank.

Hank? That leftover

from the Mr. America contest?

Oh, no.

I'll bet you've never even seen him

with his clothes on.

You're going through

an emotional experience.

- I see it in your skiing and-

- Oh, no. Not this time.

- You've tried to maneuver every man out-

- I've tried to protect you.

What do you see in him?

He'd Indian wrestle you dawn to midnight.

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László Vadnay

László Vadnay (1904–1967), or Ladislaus Vadnai, was a Hungarian screenwriter. He worked in the United States for a number of years before returning to Hungary. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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