Tea For Two

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Tea for Two is a 1950 American musical film directed by David Butler. The screenplay by Harry Clork and William Jacobs was inspired by the 1925 stage musical No, No, Nanette, although the plot was changed considerably from the original book by Otto... read more
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Tea for Two is a 1950 American musical film directed by David Butler. The screenplay by Harry Clork and William Jacobs was inspired by the 1925 stage musical No, No, Nanette, although the plot was changed considerably from the original book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel; and the score by Harbach, Irving Caesar, and Vincent Youmans was augmented with tunes by other composers.

Original Release

09/02/1950

Cast

Doris Day Nanette Carter
Eve Arden Pauline Hastings
Gene Nelson Tommy Trainor
Gordon MacRae Jimmy Smith
Billy De Wolfe Larry Blair
S.Z. Sakall J. Maxwell Bloomhaus
Bill Goodwin William 'Moe' Early
Patrice Wymore Beatrice Darcy (as Pat Wymore)
Virginia Gibson Mabel Wiley
Elinor Donahue Lynne Smith
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

David Butler

Writers

Frank Mandel, Harry Clork, Otto A. Harbach, Emil Nyitray, Irving Caesar, William Jacobs, Vincent Youmans

Cast

Doris Day Nanette Carter
Eve Arden Pauline Hastings
Gene Nelson Tommy Trainor
Gordon MacRae Jimmy Smith
Billy De Wolfe Larry Blair
S.Z. Sakall J. Maxwell Bloomhaus
Bill Goodwin William 'Moe' Early
Patrice Wymore Beatrice Darcy (as Pat Wymore)
Virginia Gibson Mabel Wiley
Elinor Donahue Lynne Smith
Crauford Kent Stevens, the Butler
Johnny McGovern Richard Smith

Producers

Editors

Irene Morra

1951 Golden Globe Most Promising Newcomer Won
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