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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Honeymoon Lodge (1943) DVD-R

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Starring David Bruce, Harriet Hilliard, June Vincent, Rod Cameron,

Franklin Pangborn, Ozzie Nelson, Veloz, Yolanda, Andrew Tombes

Directed by Edward C. Lilley



Print: black/white

Runtime: 63 min.

Genre: comedy

Print Quality: B



Honeymoon Lodge is a musical variation on the old Awful Truth plotline.

Divorce-bound Bob and Carol Sterling (David Bruce, June Vincent) make

a last-ditch attempt to avoid their legal breakup by restaging their

mountain-resort honeymoon. Things get complicated when a rancher

named Big Boy (Rod Cameron, in a Ralph Bellamy-style "sap" role) shows

up at the resort in ardent pursuit of Carol, while Lorraine Logan (Harriet

Hilliard) sets her cap for Bob. Though it has more plot than usual for a film

of this kind, Honeymoon Lodge is worth seeing only for its musical

highlights, including a few delightful numbers teaming Harriet Hilliard

with her real-life bandleader husband Ozzie Nelson.

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Starring David Bruce, Harriet Hilliard, June Vincent, Rod Cameron,
Franklin Pangborn, Ozzie Nelson, Veloz, Yolanda, Andrew Tombes
Directed by Edward C. Lilley

Print: black/white
Runtime: 63 min.
Genre: comedy
Print Quality: B

Honeymoon Lodge is a musical variation on the old Awful Truth plotline.
Divorce-bound Bob and Carol Sterling (David Bruce, June Vincent) make
a last-ditch attempt to avoid their legal breakup by restaging their
mountain-resort honeymoon. Things get complicated when a rancher
named Big Boy (Rod Cameron, in a Ralph Bellamy-style "sap" role) shows
up at the resort in ardent pursuit of Carol, while Lorraine Logan (Harriet
Hilliard) sets her cap for Bob. Though it has more plot than usual for a film
of this kind, Honeymoon Lodge is worth seeing only for its musical
highlights, including a few delightful numbers teaming Harriet Hilliard
with her real-life bandleader husband Ozzie Nelson.

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