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Honeymoon Hotel (1964)

 -  Comedy  -  3 June 1964 (USA)
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Ross Kingsley
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Lynn Hope Jenley
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Jay Menlow
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Sherry Nugent
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Mr. Sampson
Anne Helm ...
Cynthia Hampton
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Chambermaid
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Room Clerk
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Mrs. Sampson
Sandra Gould ...
Mabel - Switchboard Operator
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Mr. Hampton
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Nancy Penrose
Dale Malone ...
Fatso
Paulene Myers ...
Hogan - Ross's Secretary
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When Jay Menlow (Robert Morse) breaks up with his fiancée, Cynthia (Anne Helm), just before his wedding... See full synopsis »

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SEE HONEYMOON HOTEL OR BUST! Two available males in a resort full of newly-weds and there's nothing they won't resort to!

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(Westrex Recording System)

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Referenced in Good Times: Florida, the Matchmaker (1974) See more »

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You're It
Lyrics by Sammy Cahn
Music by Jimmy Van Heusen (as James Van Heusen)
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Nice fun film - Goulet, Morse, Kwan...all shine
24 February 2003 | by (Southern CA) – See all my reviews

It's great to see a movie in the early 1960's--truly a great costuming era. All the actors (Goulet, Morse, Kwan, Wynn, St. John) do a GREAT job with the material they have to work with. I like whatever Nancy Kwan does and she does a funny dance in this one--she has an attractive spunkiness in all her movie characters that you can't ignore. And the finale when the wife, would-be wife, and sexy girl has to mingle with all the main characters in a good "hide-and-seek, switch and change" sequence...you remember they don't make romantic comedies like this anymore. Not the greatest film ever made, but one worth watching when it comes on cable.


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