The Bride Wore Boots (1946)

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A strong-willed horsewoman tires of clashing with her horse-hating husband, a writer, and they separate. With his abiding disgust for all things equine it is only natural that one horse should fall madly in love with the author. Fortunately, it is this love-sick pony that helps bring the quarrelsome couple back together.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Classics , Comedy , Romance
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Written By:
In Theaters:
 wide
Runtime:
Studio:
Paramount Pictures

Cast

Barbara Stanwyck
as Sally Warren
Robert Cummings
as Jeff Warren
Diana Lynn
as Mary Lou Medford
Patric Knowles
as Lance Gale
Peggy Wood
as Grace Apley
Robert Benchley
as Tod Warren
Natalie Wood
as Carol Warren
Gregory Muradian
as Johnny Warren
Mary Young
as Janet Doughton
Frank Orth
as Judge
Richard Gaines
as Jeff's attorney
Mildred Gover
as Mattie
Myrtle Anderson
as Florence
Henry Hastings
as George, Servant)
James Millican
as Kerwin Hayes
Alice Keating
as Club Woman
Eula Guy
as Second Club Woman
Milton Kibbee
as Hotel Manager
Janet Clark
as Club Woman
Ida Moore
as Fourth Club Woman
Steven Darrell
as Spectator
George Anderson
as First Judge
Forbes Murray
as Second Judge
George H. Melford
as Third Judge
Mae Busch
as Woman
Harry Hayden
as Clergyman
Larry Thompson
as George Medford
Milt Kibbee
as Hotel Manager
Catherine Craig
as Mrs. Medford
Gerald Pierce
as Bellboy
Gertrude W. Hoffman
as Third Club Woman
Walter S. Baldwin
as Mr. Hodges, postman
George Melford
as Third Judge
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½

**1/2 (out of four) Not one of Barbara Stanwyck's best films. She is engaging as always but the comedy elements just don't work well enough. Stanwyck is a Southern bell who raises horses. She marries a historian (Robert Cummings) but he is being wooed by the cute neighbor girl.

Steve Smith
Steve Smith

Silly trifle whose cast is far far better than the script. Enjoyable enough if you have the right expectations. Peggy Wood gives a lively performance as Barbara's mother and it's interesting to see Natalie Wood in her extreme youth as a blonde.

jay nixon
jay nixon

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