A Bride for Henry

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A Bride for Henry
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Directed by William Nigh
Produced by Dorothy Davenport
Screenplay by Marion Orth
Story by Josephine Bentham
Starring See below
Cinematography Gilbert Warrenton
Edited by Russell F. Schoengarth
Release dates
  • September 29, 1937 (1937-09-29)
Running time
58 minutes
Country United States
Language English

A Bride for Henry is a 1937 American film directed by William Nigh.


When Sheila Curtis’s (Anne Nagel) fiancé doesn't show up for the wedding, she drafts her lawyer, Henry Tuttle (Warren Hull), to stand in for the missing groom.

When Eric Reynolds (Henry Mollison) finally shows up, after sleeping off the bachelor party, Shelia intends to get a quick divorce, and marry him, after the media attention dies down.

Although Henry has been in love with her for years, he gets fed up and spends his time on their honeymoon with his old girlfriend, wealthy Helen Van Orden (Claudia Dell), and a bevy of beauties.

Shelia soon gets jealous and realizes that Eric will always be unreliable while it’s Henry she’s always counted on and loved, but it might be too late. She might have taken Henry for granted for too long.


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