Four Wives (1939)

12/25/1939 (US) DramaRomance 1h 39m

The "Four Daughters" are now "Four Wives" It's a four belle picture! For these four wedding belles!

Overview

In this sequel to Four Daughters, Ann struggles to move on after the death of her husband as she falls in love with Felix, but on the day of her engagement discovers that she carries Mickey's child.

  1. Michael Curtiz

    Director

  2. Julius J. Epstein

    Screenplay

  3. Maurice Hanline

    Screenplay

  4. Philip G. Epstein

    Screenplay

  5. Fannie Hurst

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Priscilla Lane

    Priscilla Lane

    Ann Lemp Dietz

  2. Rosemary Lane

    Rosemary Lane

    Kay Lemp

  3. Lola Lane

    Lola Lane

    Thea Lemp Crowley

  4. Gale Page

    Gale Page

    Emma Lemp Talbot

  5. Claude Rains

    Claude Rains

    Adam Lemp

  6. Jeffrey Lynn

    Jeffrey Lynn

    Felix Dietz

  7. Eddie Albert

    Eddie Albert

    Dr. Clinton Forrest, Jr.

  8. May Robson

    May Robson

    Aunt Etta

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Full Cast & Crew

Four Wives
Four Wives

Status Released

Original Language English

Budget -

Revenue -

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Content Score

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