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|Directed by||Richard Wallace|
Ray Lissner (assistant)
|Produced by||B.P. Schulberg|
|Written by||Joseph Anthony|
Paul Gallico (story)
|Music by||Gerard Carbonara (uncredited)|
John Leipold (uncredited)
Marlin Skiles (uncredited)
|Edited by||Robert Bischoff|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
Wedding Present is a 1936 romantic screwball comedy film directed by Richard Wallace and starring Joan Bennett and Cary Grant. The screenplay was written by Joseph Anthony, based on a story by Paul Gallico. The film was distributed by Paramount Pictures.
Charlie Mason and 'Rusty' Fleming are reporters for a Chicago tabloid who are romantically involved. Charlie's mischievous shenanigans cause Rusty to move to New York. Charlie resigns his job and, along with gangster friend 'Smiles' Benson, he pursues Rusty to win her back before she marries a stuffy society author.
- Joan Bennett as Monica 'Rusty' Fleming
- Cary Grant as Charlie
- George Bancroft as Stagg
- Conrad Nagel as Dodacker
- Gene Lockhart as Archduke Gustav Ernest
- William Demarest as 'Smiles' Benson
- Inez Courtney as Mary Lawson
- Edward Brophy as Squinty
- George Meeker as Gordon Blaker
- Lois Wilson as Laura Dodacker
- Mary Forbes as Mrs. Dodacker
- Dagmar Oakland as a reporter (uncredited)
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