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If this sounds familiar, it's because Lifetime has already done this schtick at least twice before in 2015 alone with "Babysitter's Black Book" and ' Sugar Daddies" (which Lifetime re-ran right after "Sugar Babies" just in case anyone in their audience missed the connection) and all three of these movies couldn't help but remind me of how much better MGM did this story idea back in 1931 in the film "The Easiest Way," with Constance Bennett as the sugar baby, Adolphe Menjou as her sugar daddy, Robert Montgomery as the age-peer boyfriend who gets understandably upset when she finds out just how his girlfriend is making her living, and Clark Gable (in his first film as an MGM contractee) as the rather stuffy proletarian brother-in-law who leads her family in opposition to the Bennett character's lifestyle.
What's more, the story wasn't exactly fresh and original even then; "The Easiest Way" had debuted as a stage play in 1909 and been filmed previously as a silent in 1917 there's a reason prostitution is colloquially referred to as "the oldest profession."It doesn't help that the actors available to MGM in 1931 were considerably better than those on board for a Lifetime producer in 2015 Alyson Stoner (any relation to Brad Stoner, the local housepainter whose commercials on San Diego TV stations I find irresistibly amusing given what I would think a person named "Stoner" armed with a bunch of paint cans would be likely to do to your house!
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