Easy to Wed1946
Released in the USA on July 11 of 1946, "Easy to Wed" (also known as "Falle für die Braut, Eine", "Sposarci è facile ma...") is a Comedy/Romance film directed by Edward Buzzell . Van Johnson is starring, alongside Esther Williams, Lucille Ball, Keenan Wynn, Cecil Kellaway and Carlos Ramírez.
Who is the director of "Easy to Wed":
Easy to Wed was directed by Edward Buzzell, an American director, writer, and actor.
Before directing Easy to Wed, Edward Buzzell had directed Keep Your Powder Dry, released in 1945, Best Foot Forward (1943), Go West (1940), At the Circus (1939), Honolulu (1939), and Fast Company (1938). Since, he directed Three Wise Fools, released in 1946, Song of the Thin Man (1947), Ain't Misbehavin' (1955).
When was "Easy to Wed" released:
Easy to Wed was initally released in the United States on Thursday, July 11, 1946.. This was seventy-three (73) years ago.
It has been released on Wednesday, December 24, 1947 in France.
Who is at the casting of "Easy to Wed":
At the casting of Easy to Wed we find Van Johnson, previously seen in Ziegfeld Follies (1946) and Week-End at the Waldorf (1945); Esther Williams (The Hoodlum Saint (1946), Ziegfeld Follies (1946)); Lucille Ball (Two Smart People (1946), The Dark Corner (1946)) [ more... ]
- Keenan Wynn and Van Johnson, Esther Williams, Lucille Ball have all also be seen in Ziegfeld Follies, released in 1946.
- Esther Williams, Carlos Ramírez, Ethel Smith and Celia Travers can all be seen in Bathing Beauty, released in 1944.
- Van Johnson, Carlos Ramírez and Ben Blue can also be seen in Two Girls and a Sailor, released in 1944.
- Paul Harvey, Jonathan Hale and Sybil Merritt also appeared together in The Beginning or the End, released in 1947.
- James Flavin and Lucille Ball, Paul Harvey also worked together in The Affairs of Cellini, released in 1934.
- Carlos Ramírez, James Flavin and Sondra Rodgers can all be seen in Anchors Aweigh, released in 1945.
- Cecil Kellaway, Grant Mitchell and Jonathan Hale can all be seen in And Now Tomorrow, released in 1944.
- James Flavin and Josephine Whittell, Jonathan Hale also appeared together in Blondie, released in 1938.
- Lucille Ball, Keenan Wynn and James Flavin also appeared in Without Love, released in 1945.
- Jonathan Hale and Van Johnson, Keenan Wynn also appeared in Men of the Fighting Lady, released in 1954.
- Josephine Whittell, Paul Harvey and Jonathan Hale can also be seen in The Fountainhead, released in 1949.
- Paul Harvey and Esther Williams, Keenan Wynn also appeared in Skirts Ahoy!, released in 1952.
What is the Storyline of "Easy to Wed":
Financier J.B. Allenbury is determined to file a $2 million libel suit against The Morning Star when the newspaper prints a story claiming his daughter Connie was responsible for the breakup of a marriage. Anxious to save his paper from financial ruin, editor Curtis Farwood enlists the help of business manager Warren Haggerty, who postpones his marriage to Gladys Benton in order to assist his employer.
Warren's convoluted scheme involves having reporter reporter Bill Chandler temporarily marry [...]
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