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the more the merrier(Proverb)
It is more fun with more people.
The More the Merrier
The More the Merrier is a 1943 American comedy film made by Columbia Pictures which makes fun of the housing shortage during World War II, especially in Washington, D.C.. The picture stars Jean Arthur, Joel McCrea and Charles Coburn. The movie was directed by George Stevens and written by Richard Flournoy, Lewis R. Foster, Garson Kanin, Frank Ross, and Robert Russell. Coburn won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, while Arthur was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Other nominations included Best Director, Best Picture, Best Writing, Original Story and Best Writing, Screenplay. This film was remade in 1966 as Walk, Don't Run, with Cary Grant, Samantha Eggar and Jim Hutton.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I think we're a big tent — we can use moderates, conservatives, libertarians — we need 'em all, i think the more the merrier — the public will determine.
The More the Merrier! Learn more than the world expects you to. Treat people with more respect than they themselves hope to. Risk more than you think you possibly can. Dream more than even your wildest dreams. Expand your skills beyond your normal limitations. Magnify your Life with More and More - because "The More the Merrier" is not a Cliché, but a Solution to Self-improvement, and a Mantra to Meliorism in real world IMHO.
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