WE'RE NOT MARRIED is good, adult fun--the perfect TV movie made in the days before TV movies were produced. Though many people might rejoice upon discovering that their marriage is invalid and that they thus may remedy their lives, that is not the case here. This plot had been seen
before in other films (most notably, Norman Krasna and Alfred Hitchcock's MR. AND MRS. SMITH). It was segmented into five separate stories for this movie, which was not unlike O. Henry's TALES OF MANHATTAN (which Rogers also worked in) and FULL HOUSE (which also costarred Monroe). Moore is an
elderly and befuddled judge who learns too late that he's married several couples after his lice...