An American soldier stationed in England is ready to go on his honeymoon with his new wife when his ex-wife, a gorgeous blonde, shows up and insists that they're still married. His two ...
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A soldier comes home from the war expecting a warm welcome, but he finds that his wife had taken in a lodger during his absence, and now she and his somewhat dingy daughter seem to be paying much more attention to the lodger than to him.
A group of agents in the U.S. Office of Strategic Services (forerunner of the C.I.A.) are sent to France, during World War II, to knock out the French railroad system and, in accomplishing ... See full summary »
The Jeffersons are the ideal picture-perfect all-American family in a small town, but their eldest son John returns home after a long absence spouting views that cause them to worry he may be a Communist.
An American soldier stationed in England is ready to go on his honeymoon with his new wife when his ex-wife, a gorgeous blonde, shows up and insists that they're still married. His two buddies try to help him out of his predicament, but his troubles are only just starting.Written by
Nowdays there would not be any situation for farce to arise.Husband and wife would go to bed and not ponder if they are married or not.In the fifties when this was made this was a matter of the greatest consideration.So as a result we have the usual door slamming,hiding in wardrobes,and denying the existence of your old wife to your new wife.This might have worked as a stage play but on film and in the fities it rather creaks along.There is a good cast.Diana Dors looking as glamorous as only she can.Sid James in one of his many roles,David Tomlinson doing his stuffed shirt lawyer and Diana Deckers,plus of course Bonar Cellano.One normally sees Cellano in thrillers or war films and he acquits himself very well in this farce.The fact is that this is really rather a film stuck in time.
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