Seven Days' Leave (1942)

Seven Days' Leave




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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 … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Comedy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Ralph Spence, Curtis Kenyon, Kenneth Earl, William Bowers
RKO Pictures



as Johnny Grey

as Terry Havalok-Allen

as Throckmorton P. Gild...

as Herself

as Mickey

as Ralph Bell

as Sgt. Mead

as Gifford

as Justice of Peace

as Capt. Collins

as Himself

as Announcer

as Houseboy

as Miller the Chauffeur

as The Financial Trio

as The Financial Trio

as The Financial Trio

as Maitre d'Hotel

as Military Police
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