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Once Upon a Honeymoon ()


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In Europe at the start of World War II, a woman notices that wherever her husband goes, the Nazis seem to follow. Meanwhile, a charming reporter is following them.

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Patrick 'Pat' O'Toole
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Kathie O'Hara / Katherine Butt-Smith / Baroness Katherine Von Luber
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Baron Franz Von Luber
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Gaston Le Blanc
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Gen. Borelski
Ferike Boros ...
Elsa
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German Capt. Von Kleinoch
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Ed Cumberland
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Anna
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German Storm Trooper (uncredited)
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Official Saying 'Spontaneity' (uncredited)
Felix Basch ...
Herr Kelman (uncredited)
Brandon Beach ...
Civilian (uncredited)
Walter Bonn ...
German Officer (uncredited)
Ace Bragunier ...
Pilot (uncredited)
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Guard (uncredited)
Gordon B. Clarke ...
German Officer (uncredited)
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Vienna Tailor's Fitter (uncredited)
Alexis Davidoff ...
Traveler in Warsaw (uncredited)
Boyd Davis ...
Chamberlain (uncredited)
Claudine De Luc ...
Hotel Proprietess (uncredited)
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German Storm Trooper (uncredited)
Joseph Diskay ...
Warsaw Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Carl Ekberg ...
Adolf Hitler (uncredited)
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Bridge Player (uncredited)
Arno Frey ...
German Officer (uncredited)
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German Storm Trooper (uncredited)
Russell Gaige ...
Baron's Guest (uncredited)
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Café Waiter (uncredited)
Frederick Giermann ...
German Getting Film from Le Blanc (uncredited)
Henry Guttman ...
German Storm Trooper (uncredited)
Sam Harris ...
Bridge Player (uncredited)
Ernst Hausman ...
German Getting Film from Le Blanc (uncredited)
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American Attaché (uncredited)
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Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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American Consul (uncredited)
Joseph Kamaryt ...
Czech Official (uncredited)
Manart Kippen ...
German Officer (uncredited)
Nicholai Konovaloff ...
Traveler in Warsaw (uncredited)
Adolf E. Licho ...
French Waiter (uncredited)
Oscar Loraine ...
Ship Steward (uncredited)
Jack Martin ...
German Officer (uncredited)
William Martin ...
German Officer (uncredited)
Wolfgang E. Marum ...
Jacob - Anna's Son (uncredited)
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Curious Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
Alex Melesh ...
Warsaw Waiter Serving Vodka (uncredited)
Rudolf Myzet ...
Czech Official (uncredited)
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Ship's Captain (uncredited)
Leda Nicova ...
Traveler in Warsaw (uncredited)
Bob O'Connor ...
Polish Operator (uncredited)
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Quisling (uncredited)
John S. Peters ...
Kleinoch's Driver (uncredited)
Albert Petit ...
French Waiter (uncredited)
Vidkun Quisling ...
Himself (uncredited)
Otto Reichow ...
Guard (uncredited)
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Ship Bartender (uncredited)
Lionel Royce ...
Marshall Mocha (uncredited)
Gerta Rozan ...
Minor Role (uncredited)
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Warsaw Gestapo Agent (uncredited)
Peter Seal ...
Polish Orderly (uncredited)
Dina Smirnova ...
Traveler in Warsaw (uncredited)
George Sorel ...
German Officer (uncredited)
Walter O. Stahl ...
Baron's Guest (uncredited)
Rudolf Steinboeck ...
Party Guest (uncredited)
Robert R. Stephenson ...
German Storm Trooper (uncredited)
Sigfrid Tor ...
German Captain (uncredited)
Gohr Van Vleck ...
Baron's Guest (uncredited)
Jacques Vanaire ...
French Radio Announcer (uncredited)
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Katie's Mother (uncredited)
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German Storm Trooper (uncredited)
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German Colonel with American Consul (uncredited)
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German Officer (uncredited)
Hans Wollenberger ...
Paris Cafe Waiter (uncredited)
William Yetter Sr. ...
Nazi Guard (uncredited)

Directed by

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Leo McCarey

Written by

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Sheridan Gibney ... (screen play)
 
Sheridan Gibney ... (story) and
Leo McCarey ... (story)

Produced by

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Leo McCarey ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Robert Emmett Dolan ... (music score)

Cinematography by

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George Barnes ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Theron Warth

Editorial Department

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Douglas Travers ... montage

Art Direction by

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Albert S. D'Agostino
Alfred Herman ... (as Al Herman)

Set Decoration by

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Claude E. Carpenter ... (set decorations) (as Claude E.Carpenter)
Darrell Silvera ... (set decorations)

Costume Design by

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Miss Leslie ... (gowns)

Makeup Department

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Mel Berns ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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James H. Anderson ... assistant director (as James Anderson)
Harry Scott ... assistant director

Sound Department

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James G. Stewart ... recorded by
Richard Van Hessen ... recorded by
Stephen Dunn ... sound recordist (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Vernon L. Walker ... special effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Louie Anderson ... grip (uncredited)
John Miehle ... still photographer (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Eugene Joseff ... costume jeweller (uncredited)

Music Department

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Edward B. Powell ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Leonid Raab ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Conrad Salinger ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Herbert W. Spencer ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Roy Webb ... composer: additional music (uncredited)

Other crew

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Eugen Sharin ... technical advisor (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

At the start of WWII, Katie O'Hara, an American burlesque girl intent on social climbing, marries Austrian Baron Von Luber. Pat O'Toole, an American radio reporter, sees this as a chance to investigate Von Luber, who is suspected of having Nazi ties. As country after country falls to the Nazis, O'Tool follows O'Hara across Europe. At first he is after a story, but he gradually falls in love with her. When she learns that her husband is indeed a Nazi, O'Hara fakes her death and runs off with O'Toole. In Paris, she is recruited to spy for the allies; he uses a radio broadcast to make Von Luber and the Nazis look like fools. Written by John Oswalt

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Taglines HE kissed her in VIENNA...SHE kissed him in WARSAW...THEY kissed each other in PRAGUE...Now what do you suppose happened in PARIS??(original poster) See more »
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Also Known As
  • Leo McCarey's Once Upon a Honeymoon (United States)
  • Leo McCarey's Once Upon a Honeymoon (United Kingdom)
  • Lune de miel mouvementée (France)
  • Es waren einmal Flitterwochen (Germany)
  • Hubo una luna de miel (Spain)
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  • 117 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Towards the beginning of the film, Cary Grant tells Ginger Rogers that he will always remember her character "just the way you look tonight;" evoking a smirk from Rogers. The line alludes to the song of the same title Fred Astaire sang to Rogers in Swing Time (1936). See more »
Goofs The photographer says that seven countries have already fallen. At this point, actually eight had: Austria, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Denmark, Norway, Luxembourg, Holland and Belgium. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Dark Victory (1987). See more »
Soundtracks Wiener Blut, Op. 354 (Viennese Blood) See more »
Crazy Credits Opening credits prologue: VIENNA 1938 See more »
Quotes Patrick 'Pat' O'Toole: Not so loud? I always talk loud when I'm mad! You're lucky I don't jump up and down! It's things like this that can make a man a... a... a Republican!
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