After a leading razor company pays inventor Tom Wakefield a quarter of a million dollars not to publicize a hair-removing shaving cream that makes razors obsolete, he makes plans to take ...
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George B. Seitz
After a leading razor company pays inventor Tom Wakefield a quarter of a million dollars not to publicize a hair-removing shaving cream that makes razors obsolete, he makes plans to take his socialite fiancé June Baylin on a glamorous world cruise. However, before that happens he wants to spread his good luck to his friends and falls into all sorts of romantic intrigue in doing so.Written by
This film was initially telecast in Philadelphia Thursday 6 March 1958 ON WFIL (Channel 6), followed by Los Angeles Friday 4 April 1958 on KTTV (Channel 11); in New York City, its earliest documented airing took place 20 October 1963 on WCBS (Channel 2). See more »
MARRIED BEFORE BREAKFAST is about one night. Recently rich Tom Wakefield (Robert Young) embarks on an adventure with Kitty Brent (Florence Rice); you see, he has to convince a stubborn milkman to purchase an insurance policy from Kitty's fiancé, Kenneth (Hugh Marlowe). If the milkman purchases the policy, he will be promoted, and he and Kitty can be married.
In order to go on this adventure, Tom must leave his own fiancée in the lurch for a while.
The movie is the night and the adventure. You want Tom and Kitty, both engaged to someone else, to hook up and I won't give away the ending. But the adventure with cops, cabbies, gangsters, firemen, and milkmen is a delight.
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