Julia Misbehaves (1948) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Jack Conway and produced by Everett Riskin.
Classic Films in Focus: JULIA MISBEHAVES (1948)By Jennifer Garlen on Jun 5, 2018 From Virtual Virago
Directed by Jack Conway, Julia Misbehaves (1948) is a charming, frothy romantic comedy that reunites the stars of Mrs. Miniver (1942) for a rather different look at the ups and downs of marriage. Greer Garson kicks up her heels as a bohemian performer long estranged, but not divorced, from husband W... Read full article
Julia Misbehaves (1948)By Lindsey on Jan 12, 2016 From The Motion Pictures
Julia Packett (Greer Garson) is a showgirl living in London in the mid-1930s. She struggles to pay the bills, but somehow makes do with the help of a couple of friends, Benji (Reginald Owen)?and Louise (Veda Ann Borg). (Image via Wikimedia Commons) One day, she receives an invitation to the wedding ... Read full article
Movie Review: Julia Misbehaves (1948)By Laura Grande on Aug 2, 2013 From Pretty Clever Films
It was the rare Hollywood film that featured a female lead who abandoned her husband and baby to pursue a career as a music hall performer. But thus is the premise of the MGM comedy, Julia Misbehaves.?After completing a series heavy dramas, British star Greer Garson turned her talents to performing ... Read full article
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Ritchie Lorgan: The organist always kisses the bride, its an old Welsh custom, you know, handed down from father to son. Excuse me.
Fred Ghenoccio: Where's my mother?
Julia Packett: She's in the bar drinking her breakfast!
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