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Come Live with Me Theatrical poster Directed by Clarence Brown Produced by Clarence Brown Written by Patterson McNutt Virginia Van Upp Starring James Stewart Hedy Lamarr Music by Herbert Stothart Cinematography George Folsey Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Release date(s) 31 January 1941 (USA) Country USA Language English Come Live with Me is a 1941 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer romantic comedy film starring James Stewart and Hedy Lamarr, directed by Clarence Brown.[1] Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 References 4 External links Plot Johnny Jones (Lamarr), a showgirl, is having an affair with the married Barton Kendrick (Ian Hunter), a publisher. She is a native of Vienna, Austria, and one night an officer from the Department of Immigration finds her and tells her that she will be deported because her temporary passport expired three months ago. The investigator tells her that if she can be married within a week, she can stay. Bill Smith, a down-on-his-luck writer, runs into Jones in a diner during a rainstorm. She explains to him that she needs to marry an American citizen within a week and since he is broke, she could pay him and they would both get what they need. She pays him $17.80 a week in exchange for marrying her.Two months later, Smith is writing a book about the odd circumstances of his marriage and becomes curious about Jones, considering he only sees her once a week when she gives him a check. Meanwhile, Jones is continuing her affair with Kendrick. He tells Jones that he is leaving his wife and wants to marry Jones within two months. She tells Bill she wants a divorce right away, which he reluctantly agrees to. Smith finishes his book and sends it to Kendrick's publishing company, where Kendrick's wife Diane (Verree Teasdale) explains the book to Kendrick and he realizes that Smith is Jones' husband. Kendrick's chooses to publish the book and gives Smith $500 up front. After seeing Kendrick's reaction to the book, his wife realizes that he has been having an affair and that the book is real. Mrs. Kendrick decides to divorce him, but wants to make sure that Jones' is actually in love with her husband first. Meanwhile, Smith buys a new car and coerces Jones to go on a trip with him before he will sign the divorce papers. She ends up falling in love with Bill while on vacation, after meeting his family. Kendrick comes to Smith's grandmother's house in the middle of the night and Jones is forced to make the decision about who she wants, and she picks Bill. Cast James Stewart as Bill Smith Hedy Lamarr as Johnny Jones Ian Hunter as Barton Kendrick Verree Teasdale as Diana Kendrick Donald Meek as Joe Darsie Barton MacLane as Barney Grogan Edward Ashley as Arnold Stafford Ann Codee as Yvonne King Baggot as Doorman Frank Orth as Jerry Frank Faylen as Waiter Greta Meyer as Frieda References ^ T.S. (February 28, 1941). "NY Times review". New York Times. Retrieved 6 June 2009.  External links Come Live with Me at the Internet Movie Database Come Live with Me at Allrovi Come Live with Me at the TCM Movie Database Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Come Live with Me v · d · eFilms directed by Clarence Brown 1920s The Great Redeemer • The Last of the Mohicans • The Foolish Matrons • The Light in the Dark • Don't Marry for Money • The Acquittal • The Signal Tower • Butterfly • The Eagle • The Goose Woman • Smouldering Fires • Flesh and the Devil • Kiki • A Woman of Affairs • The Trail of '98 • Navy Blues • Wonder of Women 1930s Anna Christie • Romance • Inspiration • Possessed • A Free Soul • Emma • Letty Lynton • The Son-Daughter • Looking Forward • Night Flight • Sadie McKee • Chained • Ah, Wilderness! • Anna Karenina • Wife vs. Secretary • The Gorgeous Hussy • Conquest • Of Human Hearts • Idiot's Delight • The Rains Came 1940s Edison, the Man • Come Live with Me • They Met in Bombay • The Human Comedy • The White Cliffs of Dover • National Velvet • The Yearling • Song of Love • Intruder in the Dust 1950s To Please a Lady • Angels in the Outfield • When in Rome • Plymouth Adventure This article about a romantic comedy film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This 1940s comedy film-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e