Come Live with Me (1941)
Directed by Clarence Brown
Genres - Comedy | Sub-Genres - Romantic Comedy | Release Date - Jan 31, 1941 (USA - Unknown) | Run Time - 85 min. | Countries - United States | MPAA Rating - NR
Synopsis by Hal Erickson
James Stewart's last Hollywood film before entering military service, Come Live with Me teams Stewart with the hauntingly beautiful Hedy Lamarr. Lamarr plays a wealthy Austrian emigree, in love with a married American publisher. The girl must quickly find an American husband or she'll be deported. Along comes Stewart, an idealistic (and starving) writer given to quoting poetry in moments of crisis. He marries her on a "strictly business" basis...but Love finds a way, especially after Stewart wins fame by writing a story about his companionate marriage. Come Live with Me served as the screen debut of 80-year-old actress Adeline de Walt Reynolds, who as Jimmy Stewart's grandmother launched a twenty year career as everyone's favorite matriarch.
book, citizen, divorce, farmhouse, green-card, loot, love, love-triangle, marriage, marriage-of-convenience, open-relationship, publisher, refugee, romance, visit, wealth, weekend, wife, writing