The Info List - One Last Fling

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One Last Fling is a 1949 American comedy film directed by Peter Godfrey and written by Richard Flournoy and William Sackheim. The film stars Alexis Smith, Zachary Scott, Douglas Kennedy, Ann Doran, Ransom M. Sherman and Veda Ann Borg. The film was released by Warner Bros. on June 30, 1949.[1][2]


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Plot[edit] Olivia Pearce ran her husband Larry's music store in New York while he was off to war. Now he's home and needs someone to head his sales department, but decides to hire his uncle's secretary, Gaye Winston, instead of his wife. A misunderstanding occurs wherein Olivia believes the job is hers. Larry, painted in a corner, gives it to her. He goes to lunch with Gaye to explain. Olivia, at another table in the restaurant, spots her husband with a woman. She claims not to be jealous, telling her lunch companion Vera that the only woman Larry ever sounded interested in was one he knew a long time ago, a Gaye Winston. Vic Lardner bursts into the restaurant, accusing Larry of stealing his wife. It turns out Gaye and Vic are married. Olivia, seeing this scene from across the room, packs Larry's bags at home and demands a divorce. When he explains about wanting Gaye to have the job, Olivia is even more offended. Out he goes. Some time later, Larry and Vic bump into each other in a bar. They settle their differences after Vic says he and Gaye have reconciled. Larry decides to do likewise with Olivia, but months go by as they keep missing each other. It still all turns out happily in the end. Cast[edit]

Alexis Smith as Olivia Pearce Zachary Scott as Larry Pearce Douglas Kennedy as Vic Lardner Ann Doran as Vera Thompson Ransom M. Sherman as Judge Fred Bolton Veda Ann Borg as Gaye Winston Lardner Jim Backus as Howard Pritchard Helen Westcott as Annie Mae Hunter Barbara Bates as June Payton Jody Gilbert as Amy Dearing


^ "One Last Fling (1949) - Overview". TCM.com. 1949-06-30. Retrieved 2015-06-21.  ^ H. H. T. (1949-07-01). "Movie Review - One Last Fling - At the Palace". NYTimes.com. Retrieved 2015-06-21. 

External links[edit]

One Last Fling on IMDb One Last Fling at AllMovie One Last Fling at the TCM Movie Database One Last Fling at the American Film Institute Catalog

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Films directed by Peter Godfrey

Down River (1931) The Lone Wolf Spy Hunt (1939) Unexpected Uncle (1941) Highways by Night (1942) Make Your Own Bed (1944) Indiscretion (1945) Christmas in Connecticut (1945) Hotel Berlin (1945) One More Tomorrow (1946) Cry Wolf (1947) The Two Mrs. Carrolls (1947) That Hagen Girl (1947) Escape Me Never (1947) The Woman in White (1948) The Decision of Christopher Blake (1948) One Last Fling (1949) The Girl from Jones Beach (1949) Barricade (1950) The Great Jewel Robber (1950) He's a Cockeyed Wonder (1950) One Big Affair (1952) Please Murder Me (1956)

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