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Star Movie: One Touch of Venus

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Starring Ava Gardner, Robert Walker with Eve Arden, Dick Haymes

Eddie Hatch, a department-store window dresser, is rendered immortal by a kiss when a statue of Venus comes to life and falls in love with him! A beautiful, persistent goddess draped in white is not easy for Eddie to hide, especially when pursued by a possessive fiancee and an irate employer.
Based on the stage musical by S.J. Perelman and Ogden Nash, this lively comedy contains three of the original Kurt Weill songs.
(Black and white)
Films; page 12

Contributors

Based on the stage musical by: S.J. Perelman
Based on the stage musical by: Ogden Nash
Screenplay: Harry Kurnitz
Screenplay: Frank Tashlin
Producer: Lester Cowan
Director: William A. Seiter
Eddie Hatch: Robert Walker
Venus: Ava Gardner
Joe Grant: Dick Haymes
Molly Stewart: Eve Arden
Gloria: Olga San Juan
Whitfield Savory: Tom Conway

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Star Movie: One Touch of Venus

BBC Two England, 1 March 1982 15.55






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