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Bachelor in Paradise (1-Nov-1961)

Director: Jack Arnold

Writers: Valentine Davies; Hal Kanter; Vera Caspary

Music: Henry Mancini

Producer: Ted Richmond

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Virginia Grey
Actor
22-Mar-1917 31-Jul-2004 Hullabaloo
Bob Hope
Comic
29-May-1903 27-Jul-2003 Centenarian comic
Jim Hutton
Actor
31-May-1934 2-Jun-1979 Ellery Queen
John McGiver
Actor
5-Nov-1913 9-Sep-1975 Midnight Cowboy
Agnes Moorehead
Actor
6-Dec-1900 30-Apr-1974 Endora on Bewitched
Janis Paige
Actor
16-Sep-1922   Please Don't Eat the Daisies
Don Porter
Actor
24-Sep-1912 11-Feb-1997 Prof. Lawrence on Gidget
Paula Prentiss
Actor
4-Mar-1938   What's New, Pussycat?
Reta Shaw
Actor
13-Sep-1912 8-Jan-1982 The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
Lana Turner
Actor
8-Feb-1920 29-Jun-1995 The Postman Always Rings Twice

CAST

Bob Hope   ...   Adam J. Niles
Lana Turner   ...   Rosemary Howard
Co-Starring
Janis Paige   ...   Dolores Jynson
Jim Hutton   ...   Larry Delavane
Paula Prentiss   ...   Linda Delavane
Don Porter   ...   Thomas W. Jynson
Virginia Grey   ...   Camille Quinlaw
Agnes Moorehead   ...   Judge Peterson
with
Florence Sundstrom   ...   Mrs. Pickering
John McGiver   ...   Austin Palfrey
Clinton Sundberg   ...   Rodney Jones
Alan Hewitt   ...   Attorney Backett
Reta Shaw   ...   Mrs. Brown

REVIEWS

Review by Gae Lyn Anderson (posted on 5-Jul-2007)

Lighthearted romantic comedy about the mating calls of the middle-aged and young. Loved Bob Hope and Jim Hutton in their parts. Classic memoirs and very appropo of the 60s genre lifestyles.


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