GenreComedy, Romance Duration CountryUnited States
WriterValentine Davies, Charles Lederer Release dateAugust 19, 1959 (1959-08-19) ScreenplayCharles Lederer, Valentine Davies CastGlenn Ford (Sgt. Joe Fitzpatrick), Debbie Reynolds (Maggie Putnam), Fred Clark (Maj. Gen. Tim O'Connell), Eva Gabor (Marquesa Marion de la Rey), Gustavo Rojo (Antonio Soriano), Harry Morgan (Charles Meriden) Similar moviesAll About Our House, Meet the Stewarts, That Lady in Ermine, Mixed Blessings, One Thrilling Night, Five-Minute Films: Afternoon
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It Started with a Kiss is a 1959 Metrocolor film in CinemaScope starring Glenn Ford and Debbie Reynolds. It was directed by George Marshall.
It started with a kiss original theatrical trailer
After a whirlwind courtship, an Air Force staff sergeant who is a Korean War veteran, Joe Fitzpatrick (Glenn Ford), and his wife Maggie (Debbie Reynolds), a dancer, try to make their marriage work. Joe is posted to Spain; back in New York, his wife learns that he has won a raffle making them the owners of the custom-built 1955 Lincoln Futura concept car. The car is delivered to Spain, where it attracts attention from many people including a famous matador. The car also comes to the attention of Joe's commanding officer, who insists he ship it back to the States to avoid promoting the image of Americans as snobbishly wealthy. This upsets Maggie. In the end, Joe sells the car to the matador and he and Maggie are reconciled.
Glenn Ford as Sgt. Joe Fitzpatrick
Debbie Reynolds as Maggie Putnam
Eva Gabor as Marquesa Marion de la Rey
Gustavo Rojo as Antonio Soriano
Fred Clark as Maj. Gen. Tim O'Connell
Edgar Buchanan as Congressman Richard Tappe
Harry Morgan as Charles Meriden (as Henry 'Harry' Morgan)
Robert Warwick as Congressman Muir
Frances Bavier as Mrs. Tappe
Netta Packer as Mrs. Muir
Robert Cunningham as The Major
Alice Backes as Sally Meriden
Carmen Phillips as Belvah
Robert Hutton as Alvin Ashley (uncredited)
According to MGM records the film earned $2,750,000 in the US and Canada and $1.9 million elsewhere, resulting in a profit of $582,000.