Isn't It Romantic

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  • Genre(s): Comedy
  • Release year: 1948
  • Running time: 87 min
Isn't It Romantic? is a 1948 film from Paramount Pictures, directed by Norman Z. McLeod and starring Veronica Lake and Billy De Wolfe. Supporting actors included Mona Freeman, Richard Webb and Pearl Bailey. Although it takes its title from a 1932 song... read more

Isn't It Romantic? is a 1948 film from Paramount Pictures, directed by Norman Z. McLeod and starring Veronica Lake and Billy De Wolfe. Supporting actors included Mona Freeman, Richard Webb and Pearl Bailey. Although it takes its title from a 1932 song by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, it is based on a novel called Gather Ye Rosebuds by Jeannette C. Nolan. The plot of Isn't It Romantic? is set in Indiana after the Civil War and is about three daughters courted by three young men.

Original Release

10/06/1948

US Release

10/06/1948

Cast

Veronica Lake Candy Cameron
Mona Freeman Susie Cameron
Mary Hatcher Rose Cameron
Patric Knowles Richard 'Rick' Brannon / Richard Brannon
Billy De Wolfe Horace Frazier
Roland Culver Maj. Euclid Cameron
Richard Webb Benjamin Logan
Pearl Bailey Addie
Charles Evans Judge Thomas Logan
Larry Olsen Hannibal
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Norman Z. McLeod

Writers

Richard L. Breen, Josef Mischel, Jeannette C. Nolan, Theodore Strauss

Cast

Veronica Lake Candy Cameron
Mona Freeman Susie Cameron
Mary Hatcher Rose Cameron
Patric Knowles Richard 'Rick' Brannon / Richard Brannon
Billy De Wolfe Horace Frazier
Roland Culver Maj. Euclid Cameron
Richard Webb Benjamin Logan
Pearl Bailey Addie
Charles Evans Judge Thomas Logan
Larry Olsen Hannibal
Kathryn Givney Clarisse Thayer
Jeff York Elmer - Burly Gent / Elmer
Phyllis Kennedy Miss Wilson / Miss Wilson - Townswoman
Jean Acker Townswoman
Bobby Barber Townsman
Hall Bartlett Carter Dixon
Mabel Butterworth Corinthian Circle Member
John Christian Townsman
Chester Conklin Townsman
Anne Cornwall Townswoman

Producers

Editors

LeRoy Stone

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