The Marrying Kind

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Time Out says

A poignant little tragi-comedy, scripted by Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin, about a lower middle-class couple (Holliday and Ray) whose marriage cannot withstand the pressures against them. The divorce court listens first to the husband's story, then to the wife's, and then the judge arrives at some notion of 'the truth'. It's contrived, but the film's critique of traditional gender roles within marriage is still sharp, and Judy Holliday shows an unexpected depth.
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Release details

UK release:

1952

Duration:

92 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

George Cukor

Cast:

Griff Barnett, Mickey Shaughnessy, Madge Kennedy, Aldo Ray, Judy Holliday, Charles Bronson

Music:

Hugo Friedhofer

Art Director:

John Meehan

Editor:

Charles Nelson

Cinematography:

Joseph Walker

Screenwriter:

Garson Kanin, Ruth Gordon

Producer:

Bert Granet

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