My Favorite Wife (1940)
|An attorney marries again only to have his first wife, who was missing for seven years and presumed dead, suddenly reappear on his honeymoon night.|
Editor's NoteWhen his wife is believed dead after seven years missing at sea, a dashing attorney marries again only to have his first wife suddenly appear on his honeymoon night. Remade as the Doris Day starrer, MOVE OVER DARLING. Academy Award Nominations: 3, including Best Original Story.
Cast & Crew
|Alfred Lord Tennyson - Based On Poem By|
|Bella Spewack - Screenplay|
|Garson Kanin - Director|
|Leo McCarey - Producer|
|Robert Wise - Editor|
|Roy Webb - Musical Score|
|Rudolph Mate - Cinematographer|
Plot SummaryCary Grant and Irene Dunne, originally teamed in the 1937 comedy "The Awful Truth", are back for more fun. This time, a wife who has been apart from her husband and kids for seven years (after getting marooned on an island) returns to her home and family -- on the very day her husband is about to marry another woman!
|Van Nest Polglase, Mark-Lee Kirk , Nominee, Best Art Direction, Black-and-White|
|Roy Webb, Nominee, Best Music, Original Score|
|Leo McCarey, Bella Spewack, Sam Spewack, Nominee, Best Writing, Original Story|
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