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Honeymoon for Three (1941)

Approved | | Comedy | 18 January 1941 (USA)
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Noted writer Kenneth Bixby, in love with his witty secretary Anne Rogers, nevertheless agrees to a tete-a-tete with a former college fling, loopy Danish girl Julie who is married to ... See full summary »


Lloyd Bacon


Earl Baldwin (screen play), Julius J. Epstein (additional dialogue) | 3 more credits »



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Complete credited cast:
Ann Sheridan ... Anne Rogers
George Brent ... Kenneth Bixby
Charles Ruggles ... Harvey Wilson (as Charlie Ruggles)
Osa Massen ... Julie Wilson
Jane Wyman ... Elizabeth Clochessy
William T. Orr ... Arthur Westlake
Lee Patrick ... Mrs. Pettijohn
Walter Catlett ... Waiter
Herbert Anderson ... Floyd T. Ingram (Credits) / Floyd Y. Ingram
Johnny Downs ... Chester T. Farrington III


Noted writer Kenneth Bixby, in love with his witty secretary Anne Rogers, nevertheless agrees to a tete-a-tete with a former college fling, loopy Danish girl Julie who is married to penny-pinching Harvey Wilson. Bixby realizes he is in way over his head when he finds out he has become the co-respondent in a divorce lawsuit filed by Wison. Written by Doug Sederberg <vornoff@sonic.net>

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It's a honey of a picture, so sit back and enjoy it.




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Release Date:

18 January 1941 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

La historia de un beso See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Warner Bros. See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


Is a remake of the 1933 film "Goodbye Again". See more »


Anne Rogers: NOTHING sounds inviting in Philadelphia.
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Crazy Credits

Opening credits are shown on suitcases which are pulled offscreen for each new page of credits. See more »


Version of Goodbye Again (1933) See more »


Begin the Beguine
(1935) (uncredited)
Written by Cole Porter
Played as dance music at the nightclub
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sort of a screwball comedy
15 September 2015 | by blanche-2See all my reviews

George Brent and his future wife Ann Sheridan star in "Honeymoon for Three," a 1941 film, featuring Osa Massen, Charles Ruggles, Jane Wyman, and William T. Orr (who became a very big producer for Warner Bros.).

Brent is Kenneth Bixby, a best-selling author of a new book, Miriam, who is traveling with his secretary Anne Rogers (Ann Sheridan), whom he wants to marry, on a book tour. While in Cleveland, he is accosted by his college sweetheart Julie (Massen), who wants him back and believes she is the Miriam of his book. She is currently married to Harvey Wilson (Ruggles).

An attorney, Arthur, and his fiancée Elizabeth, don't want a scandal in the Wilson family and want Bixby and Julie kept apart. Wilson, meanwhile, has been hearing about Bixby for years and wants to see him, so he shows up at Bixby's suite. Anne is furious, Julie wants a divorce, and Wilson wants Bixby to marry Julie so that he can be rid of her.

Mildly funny comedy and a routine one. Everyone is commenting on George Brent's comedy expertise. I actually didn't get that. He held his own, certainly, but this was more of a Cary Grant role. I frankly think Errol Flynn, though he wasn't known for it, was better at comedy than Brent. Also, it stretched credibility that Brent was in college ten years earlier with Massen.

Ann Sheridan is in her milieu here and adds a lot of spark to the film. She also looks wonderful and does a great rumba. Jane Wyman, alas, has a very small role.

There is a scene where Brent is having dinner with Massen on one side of the restaurant and Sheridan, Ruggles, Westlake, and Wyman on the other side, with the same waiter for both tables, who believes he is going crazy. That scene is good but could have been much better.


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