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My Six Loves ()


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Comic story of a Broadway musical star who arrives at her country home and finds six runaway children living on her property. When she gains custody of the kids, her life changes rapidly.

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Janice Courtney
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Reverend Jim Larkin
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Marty Bliss
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Ethel
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Kinsley Kross
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Doreen Smith
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Judge Harris
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B.J. Smith
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Selena Johnson
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Bus Driver
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Dianne Soper
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Dr. Miller
Darlene Tompkins ...
Ava Johnson
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Mario
Billy E. Hughes ...
Leo (as Billy Hughes)
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Sheriff
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Maurice Kelly ...
Man with Mike
Larry Alderette ...
Photographer (uncredited)
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Party Guest (uncredited)
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Actor at Rehersal (uncredited)
Ted Berger ...
Reporter (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ...
Waiter (uncredited)
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Gatecrasher (uncredited)
Georgine Cleveland ...
Woman (uncredited)
Robert Cole ...
Photographer (uncredited)
Mimi Dillard ...
Receptionist (uncredited)
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Woman (uncredited)
Minta Durfee ...
Woman at Auction (uncredited)
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Sonny (uncredited)
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Studio Representative (uncredited)
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Oliver Dodds (uncredited)
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Man at Auction (uncredited)
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Reporter (uncredited)
Cass Jaeger ...
Photographer (uncredited)
Freda Jones ...
Woman at Auction (uncredited)
Robert Karl ...
Photographer (uncredited)
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Sherman Smith (uncredited)
William Meader ...
Party Guest (uncredited)
Pat Moran ...
Studio Executive (uncredited)
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Man at Auction (uncredited)
Yvonne Peattie ...
Lady Columnist (uncredited)
Colleen Peters ...
Amy (uncredited)
Debbie Price ...
Dulcie (uncredited)
Ted Quillin ...
Reporter (uncredited)
Frank Radcliffe ...
Photographer (uncredited)
Paul Rees ...
Photographer (uncredited)
Clark Ross ...
Party Guest (uncredited)
Sally Smith ...
Brenda (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ...
Man at Auction (uncredited)
Terry Terrill ...
Photographer (uncredited)
Thomas Thomas ...
Stage Manager (uncredited)
Sid Troy ...
Party Guest (uncredited)
Leon Tyler ...
Columnist (uncredited)
William Wood ...
Judge's Clerk (uncredited)

Directed by

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Gower Champion

Written by

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John Fante ... (screenplay) and
Joseph Calvelli ... (screenplay) and
William Wood ... (screenplay)
 
Peter V.K. Funk ... (story)

Produced by

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Gant Gaither ... producer

Music by

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Walter Scharf

Cinematography by

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Arthur E. Arling ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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John Woodcock

Art Direction by

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Roland Anderson
Hal Pereira

Set Decoration by

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Sam Comer
Grace Gregory

Costume Design by

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Edith Head

Makeup Department

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Sydney Guilaroff ... hair stylist: Miss Reynolds
Nellie Manley ... hair style supervisor
Wally Westmore ... makeup supervisor

Production Management

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Frank Caffey ... production manager (uncredited)
C. Kenneth Deland ... unit production manager (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Michael Caffey ... assistant director (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Hugo Grenzbach ... sound recordist
John Wilkinson ... sound recordist

Visual Effects by

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Farciot Edouart ... process photography
John P. Fulton ... special photographic effects

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Joan Joseff ... costume jeweller (uncredited)

Music Department

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Peter Nero ... musician: piano solo, main title
Walter Scharf ... conductor

Other crew

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Doane Harrison ... production associate
Richard Mueller ... technicolor color consultant
William Tregoe ... dialogue coach (as William L. Tregoe Jr.)
Robert E. Blair ... dog trainer (uncredited)
Jack Regas ... choreographer (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Successful Broadway star Janice Courtney collapses from exhaustion and is ordered to rest for six weeks at her country home in Connecticut. While there, she meets some people who change her life permanently, and discovers true love and happiness. Written by Marinelle K. Szenasy

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Taglines It's Debbie! In the funniest fix a girl ever got into. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Mes six amours et mon chien (France)
  • Mis seis amores (Spain)
  • Oi exi mou agapes (Greece)
  • Mine kære unger (Denmark)
  • Raggarungar (Sweden)
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  • 101 min
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Trivia It was during the filming of this movie that Cliff Robertson learned that President Kennedy had personally chosen Cliff Robertson to play him in PT 109 (1963). See more »
Goofs In many scenes of the movie, Leo Smith (played by Billy E. Hughes) is seen wearing a rather flashy gold ring on his left hand. He and his five siblings are supposedly unwanted and basically homeless, none of them has more than the clothes on their backs, so it seems he would not have been wearing a ring. Evidently Billy Hughes forgot to take off his personal jewelry, and nobody noticed in time. Watch for the ring (among other scenes) where Debbie Reynolds is talking to him about praying to God, or when he is opening some of the boxes of clothing that were bought for him and he is examining his new shoes. The ring is plainly visible. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Hollywood: The Great Stars (1963). See more »
Soundtracks It's a Darn Good Thing See more »

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