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Week-End with Father (Dec-1951)

Director: Douglas Sirk

Writers: Joseph Hoffman; George F. Slavin; George W. George

Music: Frank Skinner

Producer: Ted Richmond

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

Widower advertising executive Brad Stubbs (two daughters) meets widow Jean Bowen (two sons) and they hit it off and decide to marry. They head to the twin summer camps in Maine where their children are staying. But Brad was already seeing a TV personality and a camp counselor takes a fancy to Jean, so the wedding is temporarily off.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Denning
Actor
27-Mar-1914 11-Oct-1998 Gov. Grey on Hawaii 5-O
Virginia Field
Actor
4-Nov-1917 2-Jan-1992 Waterloo Bridge
Van Heflin
Actor
13-Dec-1910 23-Jul-1971 Till the Clouds Roll By
Forrest Lewis
Actor
5-Nov-1899 2-Jun-1977 Character actor
Patricia Neal
Actor
20-Jan-1926 8-Aug-2010 The Day the Earth Stood Still
Gigi Perreau
Actor
6-Feb-1941   Has Anybody Seen My Gal
Tommy Rettig
Actor
10-Dec-1941 15-Feb-1996 Jeff Miller in Lassie

CAST

Starring
Van Heflin   ...   Brad Stubbs
Patricia Neal   ...   Jean Bowen
Gigi Perreau   ...   Anne Stubbs
With
Virginia Field   ...   Phyllis Reynolds
Richard Denning   ...   Don Adams
Jimmy Hunt   ...   Gary Bowen
Tommy Rettig   ...   David Bowen
Janine Perreau   ...   Patty Stubbs
Garry Pagett   ...   Eddie Lewis
Forrest Lewis   ...   Desk Clerk

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