Bride for Sale
Director William D. Russell
Music director Friedrich Hollaender
Country United States
Screenplay Joseph Fields
|Writer Bruce Manning, Islin Auster, Joseph Fields, Frederick Kohner|
Release date November 12, 1949
Cast Claudette Colbert (Nora Shelley), Robert Young (Steve Adams), George Brent (Paul Martin), Max Baer (Litka)
Similar movies Claudette Colbert and Robert Young appear in Bride for Sale and The Bride Comes Home
Bride for Sale is a 1949 American romantic comedy film distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, directed by William D. Russell, and starring Claudette Colbert, Robert Young and George Brent. The music score is by Frederick Hollander.
Nora Shelley is a tax expert for the accounting company which is led by Paul Martin. She thinks she can find a suitable husband by inspecting their clients' tax documents. Martin finds out and tries to dissuade her from this approach, later enlisting the help of his friend Steve Adams, who tries to woo Shelley.
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Similar TopicsBruce ManningClaudette ColbertFrederick Kohner