Numerous mishaps threaten to mar Corday and Greene's wedding day. As the very pregnant Corday becomes increasingly agitated, the presence of her bickering divorced parents does little to improve her mood. With the intense rain, Greene has a difficult time making it to the church. But, evenutally, he arrives and they joyfully wed. Written by
Did You Know?
The title comes from the 1921 song "April Showers" written by Louis Silvers with lyrics by B. G. De Sylva first sung by Al Jolson
in the 1921 Broadway musical "Bombo". See more
The wedding minister has his vestment on backward. The lamb embroidery is supposed to be on the front. See more
Dr. John Carter
Can you see that Mr. Tuttle gets a sandwich? The unborn twin inside of his stomach is hungry.
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