A Majority of One (11-Jan-1962)|
Director: Mervyn LeRoy
Writer: Leonard Spigelgass
From a play: A Majority of One by Leonard Spigelgass
Music by: Max Steiner
Keywords: Romantic Comedy
Alec Guinness plays a Japanese businessman falls in love with a Jewish widow from Brooklyn. Since her son-in-law is formulating a business deal with Guinness, some might assume the relationship a ploy for negotiating advantage. Despite both leads obviously miscast, they give decent and largely believable performances. Now somewhat dated adaptation of Spigelgass's successful Broadway play, which ran 559 performances.
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