Too Many Wives
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- "Too Many Wives" is a 1937 comedy film written by John Grey and Dorothy Yost and directed by Ben Holmes.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producer: William Sistrom
- art direction by Van Nest Polglase
- written by Dorothy Yost & John Grey
- based on a story by Richard English
- cinematography by Nicholas Musuraca
- edited by Desmond Marquette
- costume design by Edward Stevenson
- genre: Comedy
- released on (77 years ago)
- "Too Many Wives" is a 1951 short comedy film directed by Leslie Goodwins.
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by Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor
ex-wives of players at an exhibition game by celebrity filmmakers CANADA Jake felt there were too many wives, children, and kibitzers about. The Filmmakers« First Wives Club or, as Ziggy Alter put it, the Alimony Gallery, was forming, ...
The Curmudgeon's Dictionary (2016)
by William Soisson
Having too many wives. Synonym for monogamy. Bigotry, n.: A problem common to little people. It is.
The Jewish Encyclopedia (1907)
A Descriptive Record of the History, Religion, Literature, and Customs of the Jewish People from the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Isidore Singer, Cyrus Adler
takes too many wives, (2) accumulates too much silver and gold, or (3) collects too many horses. The discussion in Mak. iii. as to when one may, for the same act, incur the punishment of ...
by Eric Partridge
5, 1987 Alimony Gallery noun ex-wives of players at an exhibition game by celebrity filmmakers Canada • Jake felt there were too many wives, children, and kibitzers about The Filmmakers' First Wives Club or, as Ziggy Alter put it, the Alimony ...
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