Tea for Two 1950 Film | Doris Day, Gordon MacRae, Gene Nelson



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Tea for Two plot from IMDb: "A socialite with aspirations of a career in show business bets her wealthy uncle $25,000 that she can say "no" to everything for two days straight, hoping winning will help her fulfill her dreams."


Tea for Two trailer on IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0043030/reference


Directed by David Butler

Produced by William Jacobs

Written by Harry Clork

Music by Vincent Youmans

Cinematography: Wilfred M. Cline

Edited by Irene Morra

Distributed by Warner Bros.

Release date: September 2, 1950 (US)

Running time: 98 minutes

Budget: $1,103,000

Box office: $3,652,000, $2.4 million (US rentals)


Cast and Characters:

Doris Day as Nanette Carter

Gordon MacRae as Jimmy Smith

Gene Nelson as Tommy Trainor

Eve Arden as Pauline Hastings

Billy De Wolfe as Larry Blair

Bill Goodwin as William Early

Virginia Gibson as Mabel Wiley

S. Z. Sakall as J. Maxwell Bloomhaus

Patrice Wymore as Beatrice Darcy


Tea for Two Soundtrack Songs:

"I Know That You Know" - sung by Doris Day and Gene Nelson

"Crazy Rhythm" - sung by Patrice Wymore and Gene Nelson

"I Only Have Eyes for You" - sung by Gordon MacRae

"Tea for Two" - sung by Doris Day and Gordon MacRae

"I Want to Be Happy" - sung by Doris Day and Gordon MacRae

"Do Do Do" by - sung by Doris Day and Gordon MacRae

"Oh Me! Oh My!" - sung by Doris Day and Gene Nelson

"Charleston" - danced to by Billy De Wolfe

"Tea for Two (Reprise)" - sung by Doris Day and Gene Nelson

"Here in My Arms" - sung by Doris Day

"No, No, Nanette" - sung by Doris Day and Gene Nelson

"Tea for Two (Finale)" - sung by Doris Day and Gordon MacRae


Information from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tea_for_Two_(film)