Quick, Let's Get Married

  • 1965
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy

This is probably best remembered as Gould's film debut. Otherwise it's a completely forgettable bomb featuring Rogers as a brotherly madame who helps Milland, a successful crook, find some buried treasure. When they find the loot under a religious statue, they take one of the girls of the bordello (Eden) and have her claim that she has seen a miracle. But...read more

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This is probably best remembered as Gould's film debut. Otherwise it's a completely forgettable bomb featuring Rogers as a brotherly madame who helps Milland, a successful crook, find some buried treasure. When they find the loot under a religious statue, they take one of the girls of the

bordello (Eden) and have her claim that she has seen a miracle. But the plan backfires, and the scheming pair must flee in the chaos. Rogers and Milland fled not only from the statue but from the production as well. It was riddled with problems from the beginning until well after release. The

original director (Victor Stoloff) was fired and replaced by Dieterle, who had directed Rogers before in I'LL BE SEEING YOU. The script was also by a Rogers vet, Scott, who had penned PRIMROSE PATH. Coproduced by Rogers' husband, Marshall, the film was backed by a St. Louis financier who

apparently wanted to get into the movie business. Problems arose when the film was edited in New York rather than in Jamaica, where it had been shot and where Marshall and Rogers insisted that it be edited. Lawsuits were filed, and the film was released to small bookings. It was retitled SEVEN

DIFFERENT WAYS and released again in 1965 but still on the minor circuit. Finally the title was changed to QUICK, LET'S GET MARRIED for a 1971 release with advertising that plugged Eden and Gould. This wasn't enough to save it, and the film died the natural death it had long deserved.

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