It Happened to Jane 1959 Film | Doris Day, Jack Lemmon, Ernie Kovacs

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Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): Twinkle and Shine, Mit mir nicht, meine Herren

It Happened to Jane plot from IMDb: "Jane Osgood runs a lobster business, which supports her two young children. Railroad staff inattention ruins her shipment, so with her lawyer George, Jane sues Harry Foster Malone, director of the line and the "meanest man in the world"."

Directed by Richard Quine

Produced by Martin Melcher, Richard Quine

Screenplay by Norman Katkov

Story by Norman Katkov, Max Wilk

Music by George Duning

Cinematography: Charles Lawton Jr.

Edited by Charles Nelson

Color process: Eastmancolor

Production company: Arwin Productions

Distributed by Columbia Pictures

Release date: August 5, 1959

Running time: 97 minutes

Box office: $1.7 million (est. US/ Canada rentals)

Cast and Characters:

Doris Day as Jane Osgood

Jack Lemmon as George Denham

Ernie Kovacs as Harry Foster Malone

Steve Forrest as Larry Hall

Teddy Rooney as Billy Osgood

Gina Gillespie as Betty Osgood

Russ Brown as Uncle Otis Denham

Walter Greaza as Crawford Sloan

Parker Fennelly as Homer Bean

Mary Wickes as Matilda Runyon

Dick Crockett as Clarence Runyon

Philip Coolidge as Wilbur Peterson

Max Showalter as Selwyn Harris

John Cecil Holm as Aaron Caldwell

Napoleon Whiting as Eugene The Waiter

Gene Rayburn as himself, a reporter from WTIC-TV (uncredited)

Dave Garroway as The Left Hand Host

Robert Paige as The Big Payoff Host

Garry Moore as I've Got A Secret Host

Bill Cullen as Panelist

Jayne Meadows as Panelist

Henry Morgan as Panelist

Betsy Palmer as Panelist

Harry Stockwell as Passenger (uncredited)

Ronnie Scott as Passenger (uncredited)

Howard Wendell as Purchasing (uncredited)