But we get some sample glimpses of the jealousy, resentment and hostility that will eventually give way to cooperation and blending smoothly into one family.There are some interesting and probably true-to-life incidents such as one of Helen’s children deliberately being bad because after the death of his father, someone had tried to comfort him by telling him that “the good die young.” There’s also the issue of stepparent adoption, and a sequence where one of Frank’s sons wants to go into the Marines instead of the Navy.He is respected by his neighbors and always ready to give them a helping hand. See full summary » When a widower with 10 children marries a widow with 8, can the 20 of them ever come together as one big happy family?
When widowed Navy officer Frank Beardsley (Henry Fonda), the father of ten children, meets Navy widow and dispensary nurse Helen North (Lucille Ball), the mother of eight, their “common interests” (which neither of them own up to at first) eventually persuade them to walk down the marriage aisle and take their families on a new adventure.
There’s no possible way for the film to develop the characters of all the children, much less to show how all of them “develop” (change) as the story progresses.
"Yours Mine And Ours" is one of the best "family films" of the 1960s. ", co- produced it, and took the starring role of Helen North.
(Very) loosely based on the real-life story of Helen North, a Navy widow with eight children, who married Navy career man Frank Beardsley, a widower with ten children of his own. For those who know her chiefly as a comedienne, this film will be a pleasant surprise.
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