Expensive Husbands

Your name my be Rupert...But it ought to be Bill...BILL...BILL!

Categories: Romance, Comedy
Unable to get work in her home country, Laurine Lynne (Beverly Roberts) travels to Vienna where her press agent, Joe Craig (Allyn Joslyn), convinces her to marry royalty. The lucky fellow is Prince Rupert (Patric Knowles), an impoverished nobleman now working as a waiter. Do the two of them fall in love despite this marriage of convenience?

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1937-11-27
Run time: 62 minute / 1:2
Director: Bobby Connolly
Writers: Jean Negulesco, Lillie Hayward, Jay Brennan.
Production Company : Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Country: United States of America


Patric Knowles
as Prince Rupert Heinrich Franz Von Rentzau
Beverly Roberts
as Laurine Lynne
Allyn Joslyn
as Joe Craig
Gordon Oliver
as Ricky Preston
Vladimir Sokoloff
as Herr Andrew Brenner
Eula Guy
as Trommy, Laurine's Maid
Fritz Feld
as Herr Meyer, Hotel Director
Ann Codee
as Maria
George Humbert
as Giovanni
Otto Fries
as Franz, Buggy Driver
Sam Ash
as Reporter
Glen Cavender
as Austrian Policeman at Jail
Gino Corrado
as Austrian Hotel Staff Member
Lester Dorr
as Reporter
Eddie Graham
as Photographer at Polo Game
Stuart Holmes
as Castle Servant at End
Don Marion
as Busboy
Frank Mayo
as Motion Picture Director
Jack Mower
as Frederick, Elevator Operator
Sandra Ramoy
as Reporter
Janet Shaw
as Telephone Operator
Rosella Towne
as Brenner's Receptionist
Jeff York
as Announcer at Polo Game
Robert Fischer
as Joseph, Rupert's Servant
Jean Negulesco Screenplay
Lillie Hayward Screenplay

Bobby Connolly Director

Kyrill DeShishmareff Story
Jay Brennan Screenplay

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