Luxury Liner (film)
|Directed by||Richard Whorf|
|Produced by||Joe Pasternak|
|Screenplay by||Gladys Lehman
|Music by||Adolph Deutsch|
|Cinematography||Robert H. Planck|
|Edited by||Robert Kern|
|9 September 1948|
Luxury Liner is a 1948 romantic musical comedy film made by MGM in Technicolor. It was directed by Richard Whorf, and written by Richard Connell, Karl Kamb and Gladys Lehman. It was originally titled Maiden Voyage.
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- George Brent as Captain Jeremy Bradford
- Jane Powell as Polly Bradford
- Lauritz Melchior as Olaf Eriksen
- Frances Gifford as Laura Dene
- Marina Koshetz as Zita Romanka
- Xavier Cugat as Himself
- Thomas E. Breen as Denis Mulvy
- Richard Derr as Charles G.K. Worton
- John Ridgely as Chief Officer Carver
- Connie Gilchrist as Bertha
- The Pied Pipers as Themselves
- Jane Isbell as Girl (uncredited)
The film was a hit and earned $2,297,000 in the US and Canada, and $1,831,000 overseas, resulting in a profit of $428,000.
- The Eddie Mannix Ledger, Los Angeles: Margaret Herrick Library, Center for Motion Picture Study.
- Hopper, Hedda (Mar 26, 1947). "Looking at Hollywood". Los Angeles Times.
- Luxury Liner at the Internet Movie Database
- Luxury Liner at AllMovie
- Luxury Liner at the TCM Movie Database
- Luxury Liner at the American Film Institute Catalog
- Luxury Liner at the British Film Institute's Film and TV Database
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