Release dateOctober 24, 1963 (1963-10-24) (New York City) Based onMary, Mary
by Jean Kerr WriterRichard L. Breen, Jean Kerr (play) ProductionWarner Bros. Entertainment CastDebbie Reynolds (Mary McKellaway), Barry Nelson (Bob McKellaway), Diane McBain (Tiffany Richards), Hiram Sherman (Oscar Nelson), Michael Rennie (Dirk Winston), Gail Bonney (Cleaning Woman) Similar moviesThe Avengers, Captain America: The First Avenger, Manhattan, The Last Witch Hunter, Sex Tape, Blackhat
TaglineA merry battle-of-the-exes
Mary, Mary is a 1963 Technicolor romantic comedy film starring Debbie Reynolds and Barry Nelson as a divorced couple. It is based on the play of the same name by Jean Kerr.
When the Internal Revenue Service questions some of Bob McKellaway's (Barry Nelson) deductions, Bob cannot remember what $5,000 worth of checks were for. Without his knowledge, his new tax lawyer, Oscar Nelson (Hiram Sherman), asks Bob's ex-wife Mary (Debbie Reynolds) to stop by to see if she can help. Bob does not want to see her, nor have his fiancee Tiffany Richards (Diane McBain) meet her.