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The Laugh Parade You Can't Sleep Here

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Tonight's film in this comedy season stars
Cary Grant , Ann Sheridan
In America, tonight's film was called / Was A Male Warbride, which accurately and wittily sums up the dilemma of Cary Grant as French Army Officer Henri Rochard when he marries Ann Sheridan - Lt Gates of the us Women's Army Corps - and she is recalled to the States. Henri, now demobilised, decides to go too, but how? The American Consul comes up with the brilliant notion of listing him as ' an alien spouse of female military personnel.'
Screenplay by CHARLES LEDERER LEONARD SPIGELGASS , HACAR WILDE Produced by SOL c. SIEGEL Directed by HOWARD HAWKS

Contributors

Unknown: Cary Grant
Unknown: Ann Sheridan
Unknown: Cary Grant
Unknown: Henri Rochard
Unknown: Ann Sheridan
Unknown: Charles Lederer
Unknown: Leonard Spigelgass
Directed By: Howard Hawks
Henri Rochard: Cary Grant
Lt Catherine Gates: Ann Sheridan
WACS: Marion Marshall
WACS: Randy Stuart
Capt Jack Rumsey: William Neff
Tony Jowitt: Eugene Gericke
Innkeeper's assistant: Ruben Wendorf

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The Laugh Parade You Can't Sleep Here

BBC One London, 7 July 1970 19.10






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