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|Meet the Stewarts|
|Directed by||Alfred E. Green|
|Written by||Karen DeWolf|
|Produced by||Robert Sparks|
|Edited by||Al Clark|
|Music by||Leo Shuken |
M. W. Stoloff
Meet the Stewarts is a 1942 American romantic comedy directed by Alfred E. Green, which stars William Holden and Frances Dee. It was Holden's final film prior to his entering military service for World War II, and he was granted a temporary deferment in order to complete filming. The working title of the picture was Something Borrowed.
A socialite accustomed to luxury has to live on her blue-collar husband's salary.
- William Holden as Michael "Mike" Stewart
- Frances Dee as Candace "Candy" Goodwin
- Grant Mitchell as Mr. [Pierce] Goodwin
- Marjorie Gateson as Mrs. Goodwin
- Anne Revere as Geraldine Stewart
- Roger Clark as Ted Graham
- Danny Mummert as John Goodwin
- Ann Gillis as Jane Goodwin
- Margaret Hamilton as Willametta
- Don Beddoe as Taxi driver
- Mary Gordon as Mrs. Stewart
- Edward Gargan as Moving man
- Tom Dugan as Moving man
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