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Heiress Nancy Crocker Fleming will only receive her inheritance if she marries a "plain American." Her late father was afraid a foreign gigolo would steal her heart and money. So Nancy pays Tony Anthony, working on a WPA road project, to marry, then divorce her. When Nancy inadvertently drives off with Tony's dog, Tony seemingly kidnaps her to retrieve the pooch, which leads to a cross-country race between the two to reach Reno and the divorce court since neither one wants to be the second to file papers.

  1. Garson Kanin

    Director

  2. Helen Meinardi

    Screenplay

  3. John Twist

    Screenplay

  4. Thames Williamson

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Lucille Ball

    Lucille Ball

    Nancy Crocker Fleming

  2. James Ellison

    James Ellison

    Anthony J. Anthony

  3. Lee Bowman

    Lee Bowman

    Count Georgi

  4. Granville Bates

    Granville Bates

    H.E. Crocker

  5. Mantan Moreland

    Tilby

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Next Time I Marry
Next Time I Marry

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Status Released

Release Information

  • December 9, 1938
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 5m

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