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Designing Woman (16-May-1957)

Director: Vincente Minnelli

Writers: George Wells; Helen Rose

Music by: André Previn

Producer: Dore Schary

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

Sportswriter Mike Hagen and fashion designer Marilla Brown fall in love and quickly marry on the West Coast; upon return to Manhattan, they find themselves in different social circles which don't mix well with each other. And Hagen's muckraking the sport of boxing has the mob furious at him. Lighthearted comedy of manners. Won the Oscar for Best Story and Screenplay. Compare Woman of the Year (1942).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lauren Bacall
Actor
16-Sep-1924   Key Largo
Chuck Connors
Actor
10-Apr-1921 10-Nov-1992 The Rifleman
Tom Helmore
Actor
4-Jan-1904 12-Sep-1995 Vertigo
Alvy Moore
Actor
5-Dec-1921 4-May-1997 Hank Kimball on Green Acres
Gregory Peck
Actor
5-Apr-1916 12-Jun-2003 To Kill A Mockingbird
Edward Platt
Actor
14-Feb-1916 19-Mar-1974 Chief on Get Smart
Mickey Shaughnessy
Actor
5-Aug-1920 23-Jul-1985 Jailhouse Rock
Jesse White
Actor
3-Jan-1917 9-Jan-1997 The Maytag Repairman, 1967-88

CAST

Gregory Peck   ...   Mike Hagen
Lauren Bacall   ...   Marilla Hagen
Co-Starring
Dolores Gray   ...   Lori Shannon
With
Sam Levene   ...   Ned Hammerstein
Tom Helmore   ...   Zachary Wilde
Mickey Shaughnessy   ...   Maxie Stultz
Jesse White   ...   Charlie Arneg
Chuck Connors   ...   Johnnie "O"
Edward Platt   ...   Martin J. Daylor
Alvy Moore   ...   Luke Coslow
Carol Veazie   ...   Gwen
Jack Cole   ...   Randy Owens

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