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You Belong to Me (1941) on DVD + Emergency Wedding (1950) DVD-R

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You Belong to Me (1941)

Starring Ruth Donnelly, Henry Fonda, Edgar Buchanan, Roger Clark, Melville Cooper
Directed by Wesley Ruggles

Print: black/white
Runtime: 95 min.
Genre: comedy

Shortly after their star-pairing in Preston Sturges' The Lady Eve, Barbara Stanwyck and Henry Fonda were re-teamed in this lesser-known screwball comedy about a hardworking, intelligent, modern woman and a handsome but slightly old-fashioned playboy. On a ski trip, rich, idle Peter Kirk (Fonda) pursues and falls (literally) for Helen Hunt, M.D. After a courtship of hypochondria, she agrees to marry him on the condition that she will continue to practice medicine. Will the very jealous Peter be able to reconcile himself to his wife seeing male patients? Laughs and sophistication abound from Claude Binyon and Wesley Ruggles, the writer/director team behind Too Many Husbands. Newly remastered.


Emergency Wedding (1950)

Starring Larry Parks, Barbara Hale, Willard Parker, Una Merkel, Alan Reed, Eduard Franz, 
Irving Bacon
Directed by Edward Buzzell

Print: black/white
Runtime: 80 min.
Genre: comedy

1950's Emergency Wedding is a remake of 1941's You Belong to Me. The later film stars 
Larry Parks, who'd had a bit role in the original. Parks plays wealthy Peter Kirk, a playboy, 
while Barbara Hale co-stars as female doctor Helen Hunt. When Peter marries Helen, it is a 
"given" that he'll stay home while she works. Unfortunately, Peter becomes jealous of the 
amount of time Helen spends at the hospital with her patients. Out of pique, Peter makes 
the supreme sacrifice and offers to get a job himself. All sorts of misunderstandings and 
remonstrations ensue before the title Emergency Wedding is explained at the very end.

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