Lend Me Your Husband (February 17, 1935)

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Lend Me Your Husband
 

Released on February 17, 1935: A married man runs away with the wife of his best friend, and has the blessing of his wife, but not his mother-in-law.

Produced by Randall Faye

Directed by Frederick Hayward

The Actors: John Stuart (Jeff Green), Nora Swinburne (Virgie Green), Nancy Burne (Ba-ba Green), Annie Esmond (Mother), Evan Thomas (Tony Green)

 

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Weekend Tryst With the Blonde

Many years ago after my divorce I was living in Cleveland, Ohio and I had a buddy who was also divorced, and we would spend our weekend evenings in local pubs drowning our sorrows, exchanging stories about our past week and looking for the next love of our lives. I will never forget the lesson I learned from him one night when I spotted a drop-dead gorgeous girl at a table across the room. When I started talking to my buddy about the girl, saying that she looked like just about the most perfect woman I had ever seen, he said something that has stayed with me ever since. His words were something like, "Jimbo, just remember that the beautiful girl you are looking at might just be the witch that some poor guy got divorced from because he couldn't stand her any more. One man's treasure is sometimes another man's trash." Of course the opposite is also true, as the ladies search for their soul-mate.

Jeff and Tony Green are brothers who marry two girls who are best friends . . . Sounds like a perfect life for two happy couples . . . Heh . . . THAT wouldn't make for a very funny movie, now, would it? As things would have it, Jeff likes to have secret dinners with Tony's wife Ba-ba. Ba-ba is a dizzy blonde girl who loves to be in love with Jeff instead of her husband Tony. Jeff thinks that private dinners with the sexy, dizzy blonde married to his best friend is exciting and romantic. Ba-ba the blonde insists that Jeff leave his wife and run away with her to start a new life together, but Jeff still loves his wife, regardless of the fun he has with the dizzy blonde. So Jeff and Ba-ba decide to go to Jeff's country cottage for the weekend . . . and maybe forever! . . . Did I mention that Jeff's wife discovered that her husband was playing around with Ba-ba? Did I tell you that she and Ba-ba discussed the possibility of Ba-ba and her husband running away together? Did I mention that Jeff's wife claimed that she was a 'modern woman' and would not try to stop them from running away? Yup, Jeff and Ba-ba go away for the weekend and plan to never come back . . . And this is when the fun begins! Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Annie Esmond, the mother-in-law
Annie Esmond, the mother-in-law
Annie Esmond and Nora Swinburne
Annie Esmond and Nora Swinburne
Evan THomas and Annie Esmond
Evan THomas and Annie Esmond
Evan Thomas and John Stuart
Evan Thomas and John Stuart
John Stuart
John Stuart
John Stuart and Nancy Burne
John Stuart and Nancy Burne
John Stuart and Nora Swinburne
John Stuart and Nora Swinburne
John Stuart, Nora Swinburne and Annie Esmond
John Stuart, Nora Swinburne and Annie Esmond
John Stuart and Nora Swinburne
John Stuart and Nora Swinburne
John Stuart as Jeffrey Green
John Stuart as Jeffrey Green
John Stuart
John Stuart
John Stuart tries to teach Nancy Burne how to drive a car
John Stuart tries to teach Nancy Burne how to drive a car
Nancy Burne
Nancy Burne
Nancy BUrne and Evan Thomas
Nancy BUrne and Evan Thomas
Nancy Burne and John Stuart
Nancy Burne and John Stuart
Nancy Burne and John Stuart
Nancy Burne and John Stuart
Nancy Burne
Nancy Burne
Nancy Burne and Evan Thomas
Nancy Burne and Evan Thomas
Nancy Burne
Nancy Burne
Nora Swinburne
Nora Swinburne
Nora Swinburne and Annie Esmond
Nora Swinburne and Annie Esmond
Nora Swinburne and Nancy Burne
Nora Swinburne and Nancy Burne