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Director  Mitchell Leisen
Screenplay  Norman Krasna
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Country  United States
6.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy
Music director  Victor Young, Sam Coslow
Writer  Norman Krasna
Language  English
Practically Yours movie poster
Release date  December 20, 1944 (1944-12-20)
Cast  Fred MacMurray (Daniel Bellamy), Claudette Colbert (Peggy Martin), Gil Lamb (Albert W. Beagell), Cecil Kellaway (Marvin P. Meglin), Robert Benchley (Judge Robert Simpson), Tom Powers (Commander Harry Harpe)
Similar movies  Related Mitchell Leisen movies
Tagline  THE SCREEN'S Practically Perfect COMEDY!

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Practically Yours is a 1944 comedic film made by Paramount Pictures, directed by Mitchell Leisen, written by Norman Krasna, and starring Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray.

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Plot

When a young pilot, Daniel Bellamy, is presumed dead after crashbombing an enemy aircraft carrier, the footage of the crash and his presumably final reminiscence of walking in the park with 'Piggy' and kissing her on the nose is sent back home. A typographical error in transcribing his words becomes a tribute to heroism, while a girl who worked in his office, Peggy, is thought to be the object of his secret love. However, Dan returns home and in order to save embarrassment for both the girl and himself, he tries to keep up the pretense. Dan reveals that he was not speaking of a girl, but in fact he meant his dog. A series of comical mishaps ensue, leading to resolution of the misunderstanding. The resolution, however, is long coming.

Cast

  • Claudette Colbert as Peggy Martin
  • Fred MacMurray as Daniel Bellamy
  • Gil Lamb as Albert W. Beagell
  • Cecil Kellaway as Marvin P. Meglin
  • Robert Benchley as Judge Robert Simpson
  • Tom Powers as Commander Harry Harpe
  • Jane Frazee as Musical comedy star
  • Rosemary DeCamp as Ellen Macy
  • Isabel Randolph as Mrs. Meglin
  • Mikhail Rasumny as LaCrosse
  • Kitty Kelly as wife (uncredited)
  • Radio adaptation

    Practically Yours was presented on Broadway Playhouse December 3, 1952. The 30-minute adaptation starred Gloria DeHaven.

    References

    Practically Yours Wikipedia
    Practically Yours IMDb Practically Yours themoviedb.org


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