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Let's Face It (1943)





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Let's Face It is adapted from the Broadway musical of the same name, which in turn was based on the old Norma Mitchell/Russell G. Medcraft stage chestnut The Cradle Snatchers. The basic story of three neglected wives who hire a trio of young men as professional companions is updated for the World War II era: The three young men are now lonely GIs. Bob Hope is the funniest member of the threesome engaged by the wives in order to make their wandering hubbies jealous. He is paired off with vivacious Betty Hutton, both of whom fight a complex situation-comedy plotline in order to find time for their expected specialties. Hope's best moment is a parody of the cigarette-lighting bit from Now, Voyager, in which he winds up with six burning cigarettes in his mouth. The stage version of Let's Face It was essentially a vehicle for Danny Kaye, who of course played the role essayed in the film by Bob Hope.


Bob Hope
as Jerry Walker
Betty Hutton
as Winnie Porter
Zasu Pitts
as Cornelia Figeson
Eve Arden
as Maggie Watson
Phyllis Povah
as Nancy Collister
Dave Willock
as Barney Hilliard
Cully Richards
as Frankie Burns
Marjorie Weaver
as Jean Blanchard
Dona Drake
as Muriel
Raymond Walburn
as Julian Watson
Andrew Tombes
as Judge Henry Clay Pidgeon
Arthur Loft
as George Collister
Joe Sawyer
as Sgt. Wiggins
Grace Hayle
as Mrs. Wigglesworth
Evelyn Dockson
as Mrs. Taylor
Andria Moreland
as Milk Maid
Brooke Evans
as Milk Maid
Kay Linaker
as Canteen Hostess
Nicco and Tanya
as Dance Team
George Meader
as Justice of the Peace
Joyce Compton
as Wiggins' Girl
Florence Shirley
as Woman in Sun Shell Cafe
Lionel Royce
as Submarine commander
Donald Kerr
as Specialty Dancer
Eddie Dew
as Sergeant
Cyril Ring
as Headwaiter
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