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June Bride (1948) was a Comedy - Black-and-white Film directed by Bretaigne Windust and produced by Henry Blanke and Jack L. Warner.

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June Bride (1948)

on Jan 4, 2017 From Journeys in Classic Film

An actress not often associated with comedy (What Ever Happened to Baby Jane doesn’t count), Bette Davis allowed her dry wit to come into contact with a few rom-coms throughout her career, none of which succeed as much as June Bride. Attempting to make herself comfortable in a role she’s... Read full article

June Bride (1948)

By Cameron on Jun 1, 2016 From The Blonde At The Film

Hello, June! In honor of the opening of wedding season, I request the honor of your presence as we celebrate the union of Bette Davis and Robert Montgomery in June Bride. Despite the title, this movie isn?t really about a wedding, at least not in the way you might think. Instead, it?s a surprisingly... Read full article

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Linda Gilman: By the way, our date *is* off, isn't it? When I didn't hear from you for three years, I leaped to that conclusion. You heel.

Carleton Towne: How are you fixed for money?
Carey Jackson: As usual, I'm un-loaded.

Rosemary: I don't want to miss Boo's wedding. I've missed so many of my own.

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Debbie Reynolds stated in her memoirs that Doris Day appeared uncredited in this film as a bridesmaid, but there seems to be no record of it on studio call sheets.
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onAugust 29, 1949 with Bette Davis reprising her film role.
Movie debut of Debbie Reynolds.
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