Honeymoon for Three (1941) Movie Details

Honeymoon for Three
Ann Sheridan , George Brent & more
Lloyd Bacon
Warner Brothers-First National Productions , Warner Bros.
1 hr 15 mins
Rating: 4.2/10 from 119 users

Honeymoon for Three Movie Cast

Ann Sheridan
as Anne Rogers
George Brent
George Brent as Kenneth Bixby
Charles Ruggles
as Harvey Wilson
Jane Wyman
as Elizabeth Clochessy
Osa Massen
as Julie Wilson
William T. Orr
as Arthur Westlake
Lee Patrick
as Mrs. Pettijohn
Walter Catlett
as Waiter
Herbert Anderson
as Floyd T. Ingram
Johnny Downs
as Chester T Farrington III

Honeymoon for Three Crew List

Director :
Screenplay : Earl Baldwin
Additional Dialogue : Julius J. Epstein , Philip G. Epstein
Screenplay : Earl Baldwin
Executive Producer : Hal B. Wallis
Associate Producer : Henry Blanke
Director of Photography : Ernest Haller
Editor : Rudi Fehr
Art Direction : Max Parker
Sound Recordist : Oliver S. Garretson
Costume Design : Orry-Kelly
Makeup Artist : Perc Westmore
Music : Heinz Roemheld
Orchestrator : Ray Heindorf
Music Director : Leo F. Forbstein

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Noted writer Kenneth Bixby, in love with his witty secretary Anne Rogers, is on a book tour when he meets up with a former college fling with a loopy Danish girl which he barely remembers. She remembers him, very well.

Honeymoon for Three

Honeymoon for Three is a 1941 English Film stars Ann Sheridan , George Brent , Charles Ruggles , Jane Wyman , Osa Massen , William T. Orr , Lee Patrick , Walter Catlett , Herbert Anderson , Johnny Downs , Lloyd Bacon , Earl Baldwin , Julius J. Epstein , Philip G. Epstein , Earl Baldwin , Hal B. Wallis , Henry Blanke , Ernest Haller , Rudi Fehr , Max Parker , Oliver S. Garretson , Orry-Kelly , Perc Westmore , Heinz Roemheld , Ray Heindorf , Leo F. Forbstein , directed by Lloyd Bacon & music by Leo F. Forbstein.