Screen Directors Playhouse: Season 1, Episode 5

Want Ad Wedding (2 Nov. 1955)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Drama | Romance
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A stranger in a large city places a newspaper advertisement requesting guests at his wedding.

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Jimmy Lydon ...
Lt. Fred Green (as James Lydon)
Sally Forrest ...
Polly Parker
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Col. T. Jennings Parker / Pop
Richard Webb ...
Hank Douglas
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Chet Buchanan
Jacqueline deWit ...
Mercedes Fairfax
Jan Shepard ...
Cpl. Stella Baker
Vici Raaf ...
Doretta (as Vicki Raaf)
Pitt Herbert ...
Charlie
Fay Roope ...
Rev. Walker
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William A. Seiter ...
Himself - in Prologue
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A stranger in a large city places a newspaper advertisement requesting guests at his wedding.

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2 November 1955 (USA)  »

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Witless comedy
16 December 2013 | by (California) – See all my reviews

William A. Seiter was an experienced comedy director, who guided such classic films as Laurel & Hardy's "Sons of the Desert", but he fell on his face with this one. This forced, unfunny comedy about a goofy navy lieutenant who wins a free wedding in a department-store promotion is beneath Seiter's considerable talents. The script is pure hackwork, with painfully obvious, predictable and unfunny "jokes", the laugh track is incredibly annoying and unnecessary, the performances by a cast experienced--for the most part--at comedy are not particularly good and not helped at all by Seiter's heavy-handed direction. The whole thing looks suspiciously like a failed sitcom pilot, and if that's the case it deserved to fail. It's a complete dud and embarrassing to watch.


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