Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Joan Crawford is the kissable bride of the title--but when the film opens, matrimony is the farthest thing from her mind. Crawford becomes a big-time executive upon inheriting her father's trucking business, which leaves her no time for such trivialities as romance. To enhance her business, Crawford arranges a marriage of convenience for her younger sister (Helen Parrish). At the wedding, Crawford meets reporter Melvyn Douglas, who is out to discredit Crawford....and you know what's coming next. They All Kissed the Bride was one of several 1942 productions originally slated for Carole Lombard, whose sudden death in a plane crash required all the major studios to reshuffle their production schedules to come up with last-minute Lombard replacements.
anchorperson, business, career, dance [art], daughter, dress, driver, emotion, employee, employment, family, fashion, father, fire, inheritance, journalism, knee, knowledge, love, love-vs-career, man, marriage, mother, profit, romance, secrets, sister, transformation, truck, truckdriver