The Marrying Kind1952

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The Marrying Kind
Directed by:
George Cukor

Starring Judy Holliday, Aldo Ray, Madge Kennedy, Sheila Bond, John Alexander and Rex Williams, "The Marrying Kind" (also known as "Vivere insieme", "Happy-End ... und was kommt dann?") is a Comedy/Drama film directed by George Cukor, released in the USA on February 13 of 1952.


Who directed "The Marrying Kind":

The Marrying Kind was directed by George Cukor, an American director.

Before directing The Marrying Kind, George Cukor had directed The Model and the Marriage Broker, released in 1951, Born Yesterday (1950), A Life of Her Own (1950), Edward, My Son (1949), A Double Life (1947), and Winged Victory (1944). Since, he directed Pat and Mike, released in 1952, The Actress (1953), It Should Happen to You (1954), Bhowani Junction (1956), Lust for Life (1956), and Les Girls (1957).

When was "The Marrying Kind" released:

The Marrying Kind was first released on Wednesday, February 13, 1952, in the United States. Other films released on Wednesday, February 13, 1952 are A Girl in Every Port (dir. Chester Erskine) and Return of the Texan (dir. Delmer Daves). This was sixty-seven (67) years ago.

It has been released on Wednesday, December 03, 1952 in France and on Friday, December 07, 1979 in Germany.

What is the casting of "The Marrying Kind":

At the casting of The Marrying Kind we find Judy Holliday, previously seen in Born Yesterday (1950) and Winged Victory (1944); Aldo Ray (Saturday's Hero (1951)); Madge Kennedy (Bad Company (1925)) [ more... ]

  • Sheila Bond and Griff Barnett also worked together in The Spirit of St. Louis, released in 1957.
  • Aldo Ray and Phyllis Povah also appeared in Pat and Mike, released in 1952.
  • John Alexander and Griff Barnett also appeared in Cass Timberlane, released in 1947.

What is the Storyline of "The Marrying Kind":

The ups and downs of marriage and commitment are realized as a disgruntled and grieving couple recount their marriage to the divorce judge. As the judge attempts to decipher whether or not their love for one another is gone, key moments of their lives together are remembered in this witty comedy/drama.


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