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The Bride Came C.O.D. (12-Jul-1941)

Director: William Keighley

Writers: Kenneth Earl; Julius J. Epstein; Philip G. Epstein; M. M. Musselman

Music: Max Steiner

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

Heiress Joan Winfield has imprudently decided to elope with a bandleader, and will fly to Los Angeles; her father hires charter pilot Steve Collins to redirect her instead to Amarillo, Texas, payable (by the pound!) only if Joan is delivered unmarried. With Bette Davis surprisingly funny in a rare comedic role.

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