Two Wives at One Wedding (August, 1961)

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Two Wives at One Wedding
 

Released on August, 1961: A London doctor is about to leave on honeymoon with his new bride when a French girl who saved his life in WWII arrives with a marriage certificate and claiming to be his wife.

Produced by Edward J. Danziger and Harry Lee Danziger

Directed by Montgomery Tully

The Actors: Gordon Jackson (Tom Murray), Christina Gregg (Christine Irvine-Murray), Lisa Daniely (Annette Monton), Andre Maranne (Paul Dasan), Humphrey Lestocq (Mark Jennings), Viola Keats (Mrs. Ervine), Douglas Ives (Jessop the butler), John Serret (Father Larouche), Annette Carell (Marie Monton), Andre Charisse (information officer Mr. Bellak), Geoffrey Denton (Doctor Delroy), Steve Plytas (Bellac), Robert Rietty (unknown), Edith Saville (Mrs. Delroy), Julian Sherrier (Pierre), C. Denier Warren (fat man), Sheila Becket (wedding guest), Kim Darvos (young wedding guest), Gertan Klauber (French fighter Roger), Michael Anthony (Maurice)

 

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Bigamy? . . . or Big-o-him? . . . Help us St. Bartholomew

The old joke goes something like . . . A month or so after the wedding the new husband exclaims to his best buddy that he never realized what real happiness was until the day he got married . . . but then it was too late . . . (guys laugh here and women cringe) . . . Sorry . . . just a joke, ladies, just a joke. I got a million of them . . . but now back to our movie. In this crime adventure a young doctor in London is surprised on his wedding day by a woman from his past. The wedding cake has been cut, the speeches by the best man have been made, and the happy couple is changing out of their wedding garb before leaving on a marvelous honeymoon when the woman knocks at the door . . . It seems that during the war Tom was injured while serving in France, and was saved by a young lady and the village priest and hidden until he was able to be spirited out of the country and back to England. Now, on his wedding day, some 15 years later in 1961, that young woman crashes the wedding party and declares to Tom that he is her husband, and that she has finally earned enough money to travel from the small French village to London and be reunited with her war husband. All jokes aside, Tom is in deep trouble when his new bride enters the room and discovers Tom's first wife . . . Apparently Tom was wounded a second time in a skirmish with the enemy and when he recovered he was told that he had lost his memory for about ten days and that during that time he had married Annette, the young girl who was tending to his needs. Annette has a wedding certificate and is wearing a family ring that Tom had given her as a marriage token during his loss of memory. Now it seems that Tom is married to two women, and that is bad news in any man's life, but it gets much worse, as Annette continues talking with Tom and his new bride. Only with the help of St. Bartholomew will Tom discover the truth about those forgotten ten days. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the wedding.

Christina Gregg and Gordon Jackson
Christina Gregg and Gordon Jackson
Andre Charisse
Andre Charisse
Andre Maranne
Andre Maranne
Andre Maranne and Lisa Daniely
Andre Maranne and Lisa Daniely
Andre Maranne and Lisa Daniely
Andre Maranne and Lisa Daniely
Andre Maranne tends to Gordon Jackson
Andre Maranne tends to Gordon Jackson
Christina Gregg and Douglas Ives
Christina Gregg and Douglas Ives
Christina Gregg and Lisa Daniely
Christina Gregg and Lisa Daniely
Gordon Jackson and Andre Maranne
Gordon Jackson and Andre Maranne
Gordon Jackson and Andre Charisse
Gordon Jackson and Andre Charisse
Gordon Jackson, Christina Gregg and Lisa Daniely
Gordon Jackson, Christina Gregg and Lisa Daniely
Gordon Jackson and John Serret
Gordon Jackson and John Serret
Gordon Jackson kisses Lisa Daniely
Gordon Jackson kisses Lisa Daniely
Gordon Jackson and Lisa Daniely
Gordon Jackson and Lisa Daniely
Gordon Jackson
Gordon Jackson
Humphrey Lestocq, Christina Gregg and Gordon Jackson
Humphrey Lestocq, Christina Gregg and Gordon Jackson
Humphrey Lestocq, Christina Gregg and Gordon Jackson
Humphrey Lestocq, Christina Gregg and Gordon Jackson
Humphrey Lestocq and Christina Gregg
Humphrey Lestocq and Christina Gregg
Humphrey Lestocq, Viola Keats, Christina Gregg and Gordon Jackson
Humphrey Lestocq, Viola Keats, Christina Gregg and Gordon Jackson
John Serret
John Serret
Julian Sherrier
Julian Sherrier
Lisa Daniely
Lisa Daniely
Lisa Daniely, Gordon Jackson and Gertan Klauber
Lisa Daniely, Gordon Jackson and Gertan Klauber
Lisa Daniely
Lisa Daniely
Lisa Daniely and Christina Gregg
Lisa Daniely and Christina Gregg
Lisa Daniely meets Gordon Jackson
Lisa Daniely meets Gordon Jackson
Viola Keats
Viola Keats