The Farmer Takes a Wife1953
Released on June 12 of 1953 in the USA, "The Farmer Takes a Wife" is a Comedy/Musical film directed by Henry Levin, and written by Marc Connelly (play) . Betty Grable is starring, alongside Dale Robertson, Thelma Ritter, John Carroll, Eddie Foy Jr. and Charlotte Austin.
Who directed "The Farmer Takes a Wife":
The Farmer Takes a Wife was directed by Henry Levin, an American director, and producer.
Before directing The Farmer Takes a Wife, Henry Levin had directed The President's Lady, released in 1953, Belles on Their Toes (1952), Two of a Kind (1951), The Petty Girl (1950), Convicted (1950), and And Baby Makes Three (1949). Since, he directed The Dark Avenger, released in 1955, Bernardine (1957), Holiday for Lovers (1959), Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959), Where the Boys Are (1960), and The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm (1962).
What was the release date of "The Farmer Takes a Wife":
The Farmer Takes a Wife was first released on Friday, June 12, 1953, in the United States. Also released on this day was Ghost Ship (dir. Vernon Sewell). This was sixty-six (66) years ago.
What is the cast of "The Farmer Takes a Wife":
At the casting of The Farmer Takes a Wife we find Betty Grable, previously seen in Meet Me After the Show (1951) and Call Me Mister (1951); Dale Robertson (The Silver Whip (1953), O. Henry's Full House (1952)); Thelma Ritter (Titanic (1953), With a Song in My Heart (1952)) [ more... ]
- Betty Grable, Charlotte Austin and Merry Anders can all be seen in How to Marry a Millionaire, released in 1953.
- Merry Anders and Charlotte Austin also appeared together in Belles on Their Toes, released in 1952.
- Charlotte Austin and Merry Anders can both be seen in Les Miserables, released in 1952.
- Dale Robertson and Merry Anders also appeared together in Golden Girl, released in 1951.
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