Seven Days' Leave (1942) - Rotten Tomatoes

Seven Days' Leave (1942)





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Victor Mature and Lucille Ball top the star-studded cast of RKO Radio's Seven Days Leave. Mature plays Johnny Grey, an eternally smiling GI who suddenly falls heir to $100,000. There's just one catch: Johnny must marry heiress Terry (Ball), whom he's never met, within a seven-day period. Once this familiar premise has been set up, the film segues into an unending parade of supporting comedians and specialty performers, including Harold Peary (in his traditional "Great Gildersleeve" radio persona), Ralph Edwards (shown hosting his popular airwaves quizzer Truth or Consequences), announcer Charles Victor (likewise emceeing his Court of Missing Heirs radio program), singers Ginny Simms and Marcy McGuire, south-of-the-border entertainer Mapy Cortes, and bandleaders Freddy Martin and Les Brown. Also on tap are a brace of future TV favorites, Peter Lynd Hayes and Arnold Stang. The choreography is by director-to-be Charles Walters, making his Hollywood debut. Seven Days Leave should not be confused with the 1944 RKO Radio "B" Seven Days Ashore.

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Victor Mature
as Johnny Grey
Lucille Ball
as Terry Havalok-Allen
Harold Peary
as Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve
Ginny Simms
as Herself
Walter Reed
as Ralph Bell
Wallace Ford
as Sgt. Mead
King Kennedy
as Gifford
Harry Holman
as Justice of Peace
Addison Richards
as Capt. Collins
Sergio Orta
as Himself
Jack Gardner
as Announcer
Willie Fung
as Houseboy
Ronnie Rondell
as Miller the Chauffeur
Richard Martin
as The Financial Trio
Frank Martinelli
as The Financial Trio
Russell Hoyt
as The Financial Trio
Henri DeSoto
as Maitre d'Hotel
Max Wagner
as Military Police
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