Wives and Lovers
Wives and Lovers is a 1963 comedy film based on the play The First Wife by Jay Presson Allen. Directed by John Rich, it stars Janet Leigh, Van Johnson, Shelley Winters and Martha Hyer. It was nominated for an Academy Award in 1964 for costume design.
Husband and wife Bill and Bertie Austin and their daughter live in a low-rent apartment. He is a struggling writer, at least until agent Lucinda Ford breaks the news that she has sold his book to a publisher, including the rights to turn it into a Broadway play.
|Edward Anhalt Jay Presson Allen
|business partner flirt married life new house struggling writer
|Academy Award for Best Costume Design, Black-and-White
|Hal B. Wallis
|Hal Wallis Productions