Once Upon a Honeymoon


Once Upon a Honeymoon

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In this off-beat comedy, an American news correspondent (Cary Grant) risks his neck to sneak a sexy kooch dancer (Ginger Rogers), who is married to a Nazi officer (she didn't know that he was a Nazi when she married him), out of Germany.

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Cary Grant
as Pat O'Toole
Ginger Rogers
as Katie O'Hara
Walter Slezak
as Baron Von Luber
Harry Shannon
as Cumberland
John Banner
as Kleinoch
Natasha Lytess
as Anna the Hotel Maid
Peter Seal
as Polish Orderly
Major Nichols
as Travelers in Warsaw
Dina Smirnova
as Travelers in Warsaw
Alex Davidoff
as Travelers in Warsaw
Leda Nicova
as Travelers in Warsaw
Ace Bragunier
as Plane Pilot
Emil Ostlin
as German Captain
Dell Henderson
as American Attache
Fred Niblo
as Ship Captain
Oscar Loraine
as Ship Steward
Claudine De Luc
as Hotel Proprietor
Brandon Beach
as Civilian
Russell Gaige
as Baron's Guest
Gohr Van Vleck
as Baron's Guest
Walter O. Stahl
as Baron's Guest
Joseph Diskay
as Warsaw Desk Clerk
Eugene Marum
as Anna's Son
Gordon Clark
as German Officer
Manart Kippen
as German Officer
George Sorel
as German Officer
Walter Bonn
as German Officer
Bill Martin
as German Officer
Arno Frey
as German Officer
Lionel Royce
as Marshal Mocha
Jacques Vanaire
as French Radio Announcer
Frank Alten
as Spontaneity
Boyd Davis
as Chamberlain
Emory Parnell
as Quisling
Albert Petit
as French Waiter
Edgar Licho
as French Waiter
Bob O'Connor
as Polish Operator
Rudolph Myzet
as Czech Official
Joseph Kamaryt
as Czech Official
Pedro de Cordoba
as Cumberland
George Irving
as American Consul
Hans Schumm
as Storm Trooper
Hans Furberg
as Storm Trooper
Bob Stevenson
as Storm Trooper
Henry Victor
as Storm Trooper
Fred Aldrich
as Storm Trooper
Jimmie Dime
as Storm Trooper
Henry Guttman
as Storm Trooper
Alex Melesh
as Hotel Clerk in Warsaw/Bar Waiter
William Vaughan
as German Colonel
Felix Basch
as Herr Kelman
Otto Reichow
as German Private
Hans Joby
as Kleinoch's Driver
Hans Conried
as French Fitter
William Von Brincken
as German Colonel
Bert Roach
as Bartender
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Audience Reviews for Once Upon a Honeymoon

  • May 28, 2015
    Here's a curio of the type you don't often see: the Hollywood propaganda machine teaching head-in-the-sand Americans (hhhey, that's like me!) about foreign affairs, specifically the gathering storm in Europe preceding America's entry into WWll. And so debonair Cary Grant and saucy Ginger Rogers (charismatic teachers if ever there was!) lightly dance across Europe, with romantic interludes aplenty between countries (tough to qualify in those years as she plays a woman just married!), just one step ahead of Hitler. Its a fascinating goldmine to students of Americana and of WWll history. There's one particularly interesting segment wherein Rogers and character actor Albert Dekker waltz through a pantheon of Hollywood dialects representing the approved Hollywood version of America that makes this oddity worth viewing all on its own, the strains of America The Beautiful playing softly in the background. As a film to see strictly on its own merits ... ehhh, not so much.
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer
  • Sep 05, 2010
    A good movie, good actors, good story, it's good.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Jan 16, 2010
    This is a movie that is part comedy, part romance and part WWII story. The film stars Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers. The story is at the beginning of WWII. Grant plays a reporter that is investigating a story on a Austrian Baron Von Luber that might have ties to the Nazi's. His way in is to the Baron's fiance played by Ginger Rogers. Grant and Rogers have great chemistry. They were both very charming and funny in their roles. The romance in this is the big point of the film. But there are many funny parts in the film. Plus some serious parts like the war and when Rogers character helps a Jewish family escape the Nazi's. They seem to blend all aspects to make for a good movie. I was even impressed that the Nazi's spoke German in the film and they didn't dumb it down for the audience by making them all speak English. A solid entertaining movie overall. A must see for any Cary Grant or Ginger Rogers fan.
    Corey n Super Reviewer
  • Nov 28, 2007
    Cary Grant vs. The Nazi's and Ginger Roberts, what more do you need?
    Ken S Super Reviewer

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