A Kiss for Corliss (retitled Almost a Bride before its release) is a 1949 American comedy film directed by Richard Wallace, written by Howard Dimsdale and starring David Niven and Shirley Temple. The film, which was the last for both Wallace and Temple, was released on November 25, 1949 by United Artists.
A Kiss for Corliss 1949 Approved 1 h 28 m IMDb RATING 5.8 /10 516 YOUR RATING Rate Comedy A teenage girl who has a crush on an older, more sophisticated man tells all her friends that the man is her boyfriend. Soon that story starts making its way around the town. Director Richard Wallace Writers Howard Dimsdale F. Hugh Herbert (characters) Stars
A Kiss for Corliss Overview Synopsis Credits Photos & Videos Film Details Articles & Reviews Notes Brief Synopsis A false rumor spreads through a town about the relationship between a teenage girl and an older sophisticated man. Cast & Crew Read More Richard Wallace Director Shirley Temple Corliss Archer David Niven [Kenneth] Marquis Tom Tully
It's a sequel to Miss Temple's 1945 vehicle, KISS AND TELL, in which she plays Corliss Archer, a fifteen-year-old girl created in a short story by F. Hugh Herbert. Miss Archer's sixteenth year of life lasted from 1943 through 1956 on the radio, and 1951, 1952, 1954 and 1955 on syndicated television.
A Kiss for Corliss (1949) Full Cast & Crew See agents for this cast & crew on IMDbPro Directed by Richard Wallace Writing Credits (in alphabetical order) Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification Produced by Music by Werner R. Heymann Cinematography by Robert De Grasse ... (as Robert de Grasse) Film Editing by Frank Doyle Casting By
Strand Productions Title: A Kiss for Corliss Summary: A teenage girl who has a crush on an older, more sophisticated man tells all her friends that the man is her boyfriend. Soon that story starts making its way around the town. Directed by: Richard Wallace Actors: Shirley Temple, David Niven, Tom Tully Production Company: Strand Productions
This is a movie version of the popular CBS radio sitcom, "Meet Corliss Archer" starring Janet Waldo, voice of Judy Jetson, Penelope Pitstop and Hanna-Barbera's Alice in Wonderland. It was later adapted into a TV series, David Niven was borrowed from Samuel Goldwyn for this picture. According to an article in the 17 October 1949 edition of The ...
After a brief encounter with the romantic and thrice divorced Kenneth Marquis, Corliss Archer decides to write in her diary that they are together in order to make her boyfriend Dexter jealous. Corliss' father had also served as attorney representing Kenneth Marquis' ex-wife during his most recent divorce trial.
Dec 26, 2018 22 Dislike Share Save maxustaxus 2.75K subscribers A short trailer projected from 16mm film of the 1949 production "A Kiss of Corliss". This film starred David Niven, and Shirley...