Her Husband's Affairs

Overview

Lucille Ball offers a seminal version of her Lucy Ricardo TV character in Her Husband's Affairs. Ball is cast as Margaret Weldon, the wife of advertising executive William Weldon Franchot Tone. Though Weldon is successful, Margaret can't help but feel that he'd be more successful if she were to take an active part in his business affairs. The fun really begins when Margaret tries to help Weldon promote a crackpot inventor Mikhail Rasumny who's come up with a revolutionary new embalming fluid. As in the previous ...
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Overview

Lucille Ball offers a seminal version of her Lucy Ricardo TV character in Her Husband's Affairs. Ball is cast as Margaret Weldon, the wife of advertising executive William Weldon Franchot Tone. Though Weldon is successful, Margaret can't help but feel that he'd be more successful if she were to take an active part in his business affairs. The fun really begins when Margaret tries to help Weldon promote a crackpot inventor Mikhail Rasumny who's come up with a revolutionary new embalming fluid. As in the previous year's The Hucksters, Madison Avenue and Big Business are targetted for a great deal of derisive ribbing. If only Her Husband's Affairs were as funny as everyone involved seems to think it is.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/5/2011
  • UPC: 043396384446
  • Original Release: 1947
  • Rating:

  • Source: Sony Pictures Home
  • Presentation: B&W
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 56,456

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lucille Ball Margaret Weldon
Nana Bryant Mrs. Winterbottom
Franchot Tone William Weldon
Edward Everett Horton J.B. Cruikshank
Mikhail Rasumny Prof. Glinka
Gene Lockhart Peter Winterbottom
Jonathan Hale Gov. Fox
Selmar Jackson Judge
Carl Leviness Vice President Brady
Frank Mayo Vice President Starrett
Mabel Paige Mrs. Jasper
Jack Rice Slocum
Arthur Space District Attorney
Charles Trowbridge Brewster
Pierre Watkin Vice President Beitler
Charles Wilson Police Captain
Douglas Wood Tappel
Charley Bates
Stanley Blystone Ike
Buz Buckley
Wanda Cantlon
John Cason Heckler
Harry V. Cheshire Mayor
Cliff Clark Gus
Clancy Cooper Window Washer
Douglas D. Coppin Milkman
George Douglas
Edythe Elliott Nurse
Richard H. Gordon Vice President Nicholson
Buddy Gorman Youth
William Gould Jailer
Chuck Hamilton
Dwayne Hickman Boy
Frederic Howard Bailiff
Virginia Hunter
Teddy Infuhr
Robert Emmett Keane Manager
Tommy Lee
James B. Leong
Fred Miller Dan
Larry Parks Himself
Nancy Saunders
Fred Sears Man at Mayor's Party
Gerald Oliver Smith Harold
Paul Stanton Dr. Frazee
Victor Travers Jury Foreman
Emmett Vogan Mr. Miller
Bill Wallace
Russ Whiteman Policeman
Frank Wilcox Floorwalker
Charles Williams Clerk
Eric Wilton Governor's Butler
Doris Colleen Secretary
H.W. Gim
Susan Simon Girl
Dan Stowell Willowcombe
Technical Credits
S. Sylvan Simon Director
Carl Anderson Art Director
Ben Hecht Screenwriter
Al Clark Editor
Louis Diage Set Decoration/Design
George Duning Score Composer
Stephen Goosson Art Director
Raphael Hakim Associate Producer
Charles Lawton Cinematographer
Charles Lederer Screenwriter
Wilbur Menefee Set Decoration/Design
Morris W. Stoloff Musical Direction/Supervision
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