I Married a Woman (1956)

I Married a Woman


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I Married a Woman was tailored by top comedy writer Goodman Ace to the peculiar, low-key talents of TV comedian George Gobel. Lonesome Gobel plays an advertising man whose successful "Miss Luxemburg Beer Beauty Contest" campaign yields a most unusual bonus: the contest's buxom winner Diana Dors, who becomes Gobel's wife. More devoted to his job than his marriage, Gobel is soon in danger of losing Dors' affections. He wins his wife back through a series of unexpected plot twists, not least of … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Comedy, Romance
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Written By: Goodman Ace


as Marshall 'Mickey' Br...

as Janice Blake Briggs/...

as Frederick W. Sutton

as Mother-in-law

as Mrs. Blake

as Screen Wife

as Leonard

as Eddie Benson

as Girard

as Miss Anderson

as Bob Sanders

as Mrs. Wilkins

as Cab Driver

as Camera girl
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