I Married a Witch

1942, Fantasy, 1h 16m

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Just as she is about to be burned at the stake for witchcraft, 17th century witch Jennifer (Veronica Lake) casts a curse on the family of her accuser, dooming all the men of future generations to marry the wrong women. Freed from her ethereal prison some 250 years later, Jennifer decides to make the most recent descendant of her accuser (Fredric March) even more miserable by using a love potion on him that makes him fall in love with her, a plan that has unexpected results.

Cast & Crew

Fredric March
Jonathan Wooley, Nathaniel Wooley, Samuel Wooley, Wallace Wooley
Robert Benchley
Dr. Dudley White
Susan Hayward
Estelle Masterson
Robert Warwick
J.B. Masterson
Eily Malyon
Tabitha Wooley
Nora Cecil
Harriet Wooley
Aldrich Bowker
Justice of the Peace
Emma Dunn
Wife of Justice of the Peace
Buddy G. DeSylva
Executive Producer
Robert Pirosh
Screenwriter
Marc Connelly
Screenwriter
Roy Webb
Original Music
Ted Tetzlaff
Cinematographer
Eda Warren
Film Editor
Hans Dreier
Art Director
Ernst Fegté
Art Director
George Sawley
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  • Sep 21, 2020
    For a non-musical studio comedy of the era, there is a lot more emphasis on the visual style than you might expect, which is essential given the fact that certain characters spend a good portion of the movie as wisps of smoke.
    Alec B Super Reviewer
  • Nov 01, 2019
    René Clair's amusing fantasy is easygoing and lighthearted enough for a film that is far more resonant than could be believed as a witch, meant for mischief, takes her own love potion and so falls in love with a mortal. Hijinks ensue. Cecil Kellaway steals the piece, though Veronica Lake in a nightgown proves nigh irresistible. Bewitching?
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer
  • Oct 29, 2018
    Just a little too silly for me, even for a lighthearted fantasy. A bit like an old TV show (maybe 'I Dream of Jeannie'?), and lacking in charm. Also, Frederic March and Veronica Lake don't seem to match well, maybe because he was a bit dour at 45, and she was only 20. It's playful enough if you're looking for light fare.
    Antonius B Super Reviewer
  • Aug 09, 2009
    Average. Was expecting better. And I really hated the old fashioned singing! Cute idea, though.
    Nicki M Super Reviewer

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