Double Wedding

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Released 2007

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Director:
Richard Thorpe
Released:
2007
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Double Wedding is a 1937 comedy starring the electrifying Hollywood duo Myrna Loy and John Beal (Thin Man films). The movie is based on a play by Ferenc Molnar titled Nagy szerelem (Great Love). Jo Swerling wrote the screenplay, and Richard Thorpe directed the film. Margit (Myrna Loy) has been overly concerned with her sister Irene's (Florence Rice) wedding for over four years. Obsessive-compulsive in nature, she plans every detail of the event. Waldo (John Beal), Irene's soon-to-be-husband, consults his friend Charlie (William Powell) when he and Irene begin to fight just before the big day. Charlie eagerly begins to meddle with Margit's wedding plans. This is especially annoying to Margit as she cannot understand Charlie's debonair, free-spirited way of going about things. Charlie, however, is enchanted by Margit's uptight, over-controlling behavior. Will Margit so much as entertain the idea of being with Charlie? Double Wedding is light and unconventional. Be sure to watch!

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Comedy, Drama

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Classics, Romantic Comedy