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Bringing Up Baby

Bringing Up Baby
Bringing Up Baby




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In this delightful screwball romantic comedy, wealthy heiress Susan has got her eye on palaeontologist David, but he's more interested in dinosaur fossils - oh, and he's engaged to someone else! Their lives become linked by a series of madcap events, including Susan being sent a pet leopard called Baby and the brontasaurus bone that will complete David's life's work going missing. Further mayhem ensues as they try to fix the situation...but will it all work out in the end? One of the most enduring Hollywood comedies, the film remains loved due to its fabulous dialogue, charming performances and gently risqué tone.

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