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Let's Get Married (1960)

A timid would-be medical student, expelled from his college for six months, finds employment in a laundry and regains his confidence when he marries a pregnant fashion model.

Director:

Peter Graham Scott

Writer:

Ken Taylor
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Anthony Newley ... Dickie Bird
Anne Aubrey ... Anne Linton
Bernie Winters Bernie Winters ... Bernie
Hermione Baddeley ... Mrs. O'Grady
James Booth ... Photographer
Jack Gwillim ... Dr. Sanders
Lionel Jeffries ... Marsh
Diane Clare ... Glad
John Le Mesurier ... Dean
Victor Maddern ... Works Manager
Joyce Carey ... Miss Finch
Sydney Tafler Sydney Tafler ... Pendle
Betty Marsden Betty Marsden ... Miss Kaplan
Cardew Robinson Cardew Robinson ... Salesman
Meier Tzelniker Meier Tzelniker ... Schutzberger
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A timid would-be medical student, expelled from his college for six months, finds employment in a laundry and regains his confidence when he marries a pregnant fashion model.

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 March 1960 (UK) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Viceroy Films Ltd. See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Let's Get Married
Written by Lionel Bart
Sung by Anthony Newley
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Light comedy drama with the musical Anthony Newley!
22 May 2001 | by musical-2See all my reviews

Originally meant to be a drama, but rewritten for comedy and several songs, this movie has dated badly due to the attitudes of today. Remember when you view this movie that back in the late fifties and early sixties having a baby whilst being a single girl was frowned upon. However Newley and Bernie Winters make the most of a mediocre script whilst Anne Aubrey looks and acts her socks off. To be enjoyed as a period piece or as a fan of the talented Mr Newley at the start of his adult career in the movies. Paul Goodhead - President of the Anthony Newley Appreciation Society Worldwide.


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