Three Husbands (March 8, 1951)
Released on March 8, 1951: (running time 1 hour and 17 minutes) A man in heaven watches over his three buddies to see their reaction to a note that he left for each of them confessing to having a love affair with each of their wives.
Directed by Irving Reis
Written by Vera Caspary, Edward Eliscu and Fred Freiberger
The Actors: Eve Arden (Lucille McCabe), Ruth Warrick (Jane Evans), Vanessa Brown (Mary Whittaker), Howard Da Silva (Dan McCabe), Shepperd Strudwick (Arthur Evans), Robert Karnes (Kenneth Whittaker), Emlyn Williams (Maxwell Bard), Billie Burke (Mrs. Jenny Bard Whittaker), Louise Erickson (Matilda Clegg), Jonathan Hale (Edward Wurdeman, attorney), Jane Darwell (Mrs. Wurdeman), Ralph Brooks (movie house patron), Frank Cady (elevator operator), Philip Carey (Officer McCarthy), Jack Chefe (movie house patron), John Dierkes (night court judge), Richard Flato (waiter), Benson Fong (George, butler), Gay Gayle (French girl in movie), Alvin Hammer (Tout, seedy little man), Tom Hanlon (race track announcer), Jerry Hausner (Joe, bartender), Jill Kraft (Miss Reynolds, receptionist), Maurice Marsac (Frenchman), Marta Mitrovich (Mary, secretary), Ralph Peters (first policeman), Stanley Prager (Sharpy, tout), William Simpson (Barry), Dorothy Vaughan (maid), Dorothea Wolbert (cleaning woman)
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Three Husbands, Three Wives, and Max, the Playboy Bachelor
Eunice Quedens was brought up by her divorced mother and her mother’s sister near San Francisco, California. Her mother and aunt encouraged her to participate in school plays, and when she was sixteen years old, her mother and aunt told her that she had enough schooling and it was time to move on. They drove her to the San Francisco office of a producer of live plays and told her to go inside and get a job.
Euince went inside and did get a job, appearing in several productions in San Francisco and Los Angeles, later touring the ‘citrus circuit’ in Southern California. In 1936 she got a prominent role in the Ziegfeld Follies. Lee Shubert, producer of the Follies, told Eunice that she needed a better stage name. Sitting at her dressing table one morning, she first saw her perfume bottle with the name ‘Evening in Paris,’ and then looked at the ‘Elizabeth Arden’ name on a cosmetics jar, and Eve Arden was born.
Eve Arden was married to Ned Bergen from 1939-1947, and then married Brooks West in 1952. During her first marriage she adopted two children, and soon after her marriage to Brooks West in 1952, they adopted another child. Then, in 1953, when she was forty-six years old, she gave birth to a son, increasing their family to four children.
In this comedy she is one of the wives of three men who regularly play poker together with a bachelor playboy. When the bachelor playboy dies, his wish in Heaven is that he be allowed to watch his three poker buddies as they read a note that he sent to each of them. All three poker buddies discover in their note that their playboy buddy claims to have had torrid affairs with each of their wives. Comedy and chaos will certainly ensue. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Emlyn Williams and Benson Fong
Enlyn Williams and Louise Erickson
Emlyn Williams and Ruth Warrick
Eve Arden and Howard Da Silva
Frank Cady and Dorothea Wolbert
Howard Da Silva and Eve Arden
Howard Da Silva and Eve Arden
Jerry Hausner and Shepperd Strudwick
Jonathan Hale and Jane Darwell
Vanessa Brown, Eve Arden and Ruth Warrick
Louise Erickson and Emlyn Williams
Louise Erickson, Emlyn Williams and Shepperd Strudwick
Louise Erickson and Shepperd Strudwick
Maurice Marsac and Gay Gayle
Ralph Peters and Emlyn Williams
Robert Karnes and Ralph Peters
Robert Karnes and Vanessa Brown
Ruth Warrick and Eve Arden
Ruth Warrick and Shepperd Strudwick
Shepperd Strudwick and Louise Erickson
Shepperd STrudwick and Louise Erickson
Vanessa Brown and Emlyn Williams