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Joseph Fields (original screenplay)
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Release Date:
29 March 1947 (USA) See more »
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When an Englishwoman dies, leaving behind two children, her devoted friend decides to take the children to find the woman's husband... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Franchot Tone ... Johnny Gray

Ann Richards ... Amy Atkins / Tillie Gray

Tom Conway ... Dr. Robert 'Bob' Davis

Frances Rafferty ... Lois Evans

Clarence Kolb ... Mr. Evans

Una O'Connor ... Mrs. Tubbs
Winston Severn ... Johnny Gray Jr.
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Albright ... Bellhop (uncredited)

Sam Ash ... Night Clerk (uncredited)
Lois Austin ... Red Cross Worker (uncredited)
Shirley Barr ... Girl at Stag Party (uncredited)
Conrad Binyon ... Frank (uncredited)

James Burke ... Bartender (uncredited)

Harry Cheshire ... Judge Henderson (uncredited)
Cliff Clark ... Police Sergeant (uncredited)
Mary Currier ... Nurse (uncredited)
John Daheim ... Motorcycle Cop (uncredited)
Adele Davenport ... Joyce Gray (uncredited)
Betty Jean Doss ... Girl at Stag Party (uncredited)
Eddie Dunn ... Evans' Butler (uncredited)

Ralph Dunn ... Truck Driver (uncredited)
Calvin Emery ... Bellhop (uncredited)

James Flavin ... Officer Max Riley (uncredited)

Sam Flint ... Colonel Lawlor (uncredited)
Marsha Gayle ... Girl at Stag Party (uncredited)

Dick Gordon ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Virginia Gregg ... Mrs. Osborne (uncredited)
Ruth Hall ... Girl at Stag Party (uncredited)

Alvin Hammer ... Harry (uncredited)
Tom Hanlon ... Mr. Bruce - Hotel Manager (uncredited)
Alton E. Horton ... Guest (uncredited)
Ola Lorraine ... English Girl (uncredited)
Wilbur Mack ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
James Magill ... Policeman (uncredited)
Jerry Marlowe ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Frank McFarland ... Police Chief (uncredited)

Harold Miller ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Charles Mitchell ... Police Reporter (uncredited)
George Noisom ... Bellhop (uncredited)

Tommy Noonan ... Roughneck (uncredited)

Frank O'Connor ... Riley (uncredited)
Kathleen O'Malley ... Girl at Stag Party (uncredited)
Sammy Ogg ... Tough Kid (uncredited)
Lee Phelps ... Policeman (uncredited)
Ann Roberts ... Nurse (uncredited)
Sandra Rogers ... Mrs. Jenkins (uncredited)

Toni Todd ... Miss Gibson (uncredited)
Alvina Tomin ... Girl at Stag Party (uncredited)

Joan Valerie ... Nurse (uncredited)
John Wald ... Major (uncredited)
Bud Wolfe ... Hospital Attendant (uncredited)

Directed by
Leigh Jason 
 
Writing credits
Joseph Fields (original screenplay)

Produced by
Bryan Foy .... executive producer
Lee S. Marcus .... producer (as Lee Marcus)
 
Original Music by
Werner R. Heymann  (as Werner Heymann)
 
Cinematography by
L. William O'Connell (director of photography) (as L.W. O'Connell)
 
Film Editing by
Norman Colbert 
Alfred DeGaetano (uncredited)
 
Art Direction by
Edward C. Jewell 
 
Set Decoration by
Armor Marlowe 
Clarence Steensen 
 
Costume Design by
Oleg Cassini 
 
Makeup Department
Eunice King .... hair stylist (as Eunice)
Bud Westmore .... director of makeup
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Robert Stillman .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
J.N.A. Hawkins .... sound director
Buddy Myers .... sound mixer (as L.J. Myers)
 
Special Effects by
Jack Rabin .... special art effects
George J. Teague .... photographic effects (as George Teague)
 
Editorial Department
Alfred DeGaetano .... editorial supervisor
 
Music Department
Irving Friedman .... music director
 
Other crew
William Kernell .... dialogue director
 
Crew believed to be complete


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71 min
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Sound Mix:
Mono (Western Electric Recording)
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Quotes:
The Amnesiac:Well, the kids aren't mine. I'm positive.
Dr. Davis:Oh, come on, Johnny. Only a fool says their positive.
The Amnesiac:Are you sure about that?
Dr. Davis:I'm positive.
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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Memento Twins from a lost marriage, 29 September 2011
Author: bkoganbing from Buffalo, New York

Lost Honeymoon which was produced by the short lived Eagle-Lion studio is a somewhat silly comedy about a man who married while he was having a bout of amnesia. He went back to America where he is now a successful architect and set to marry the boss's daughter.

But the wife he married in wartime Great Britain has died and her best friend has taken the two small mementos of the short lived marriage. And the friend has forged the passport in the name of the deceased wife. That can and does raise the eyebrows of immigration officials.

Franchot Tone is the lucky man about to find out he's a proud father of twins and Ann Richards plays the woman pretending to be his wife. This sad to say is just plain bizarre. Why not just get a passport and take them over yourself? The premise of this comedy is just plain silly.

Frances Rafferty is the boss's daughter and Clarence Kolb her choleric father. Tom Conway chips in with a rather droll performance as Tone's doctor and best friend who takes an interest in Richards himself.

It strikes me but this whole plot premise was done in a most serious vein and much better in Random Harvest.

Though Franchot Tone does not ever wear a tuxedo, he almost does but not quite, he does spend a great deal of the last 10 minutes of the film being chased by cops driving an automobile in his pajamas.

A really fine group of players in roles type cast for them can't really raise Lost Honeymoon above the mediocre.

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