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Director  Edward Buzzell
Music director  Werner R. Heymann
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Country  United States
6.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy
Cinematography  Burnett Guffey
Language  English
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Writer  Nat Perrin, Claude Binyon
Release date  November 15, 1950 (1950-11-15)
Cast  Larry Parks (Peter Judson Kirk Jr.), Barbara Hale (Dr. Helen Hunt), Willard Parker (Vandemer), Una Merkel (Emma - Nurse / Receptionist), Alan Reed (Tony - Barber), Eduard Franz (Dr. Heimer)
Similar movies  Related Edward Buzzell movies
Tagline  The World's Fastest Love Affair!

Emergency wedding 1950


Emergency Wedding (a.k.a. "Jealousy" in the UK), is a 1950 film directed by Edward Buzzell. It stars Larry Parks and Barbara Hale. It is a remake of You Belong to Me, which featured Larry Parks in a bit part.

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Plot

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Dr. Helen Hunt is a physician married to millionaire Peter Judson Kirk Jr., who is jealous his wife is spending too much time with her male patients. He makes a fool of himself trying to prove her guilt, which causes his wife to leave. But then he puts up the money for a new hospital and she comes back to him.

Cast

  • Larry Parks as Peter Judson Kirk
  • Barbara Hale as Dr. Helen Hunt
  • Willard Parker as Vandemer
  • Una Merkel as Emma
  • Alan Reed as Tony
  • Eduard Franz as Dr. Heimer
  • Irving Bacon as Filbert - Mechanic
  • Don Beddoe as Forbish - Floorwalker
  • Jim Backus as Ed Hamley
  • Critical reception

    The New York Times wrote, "back in 1941, Columbia united Barbara Stanwyck and Henry Fonda in holy matrimony and acrimony as blueprinted in a script by Claude Binyon and a story by Dalton Trumbo labeled, "You Belong to Me." The verdict on this entry was amiable. It was a lightweight lot of fun done by a covey of actors who were happy in their work. Yesterday, the Palace received "Emergency Wedding,"...This remake of a yarn about a millionaire—an insecure gent ludicrously jealous of his doctor-wife—is lightweight without being especially gay or serious. "Emergency Wedding," except for a titter or two and an attempt to diagnose what ails organized medicine, is an unimpressive reproduction."

    References

    Emergency Wedding Wikipedia
    Emergency Wedding IMDb Emergency Wedding themoviedb.org


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