The Lady Is Willing (1942 film)

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For the 1934 film of the same name, see The Lady Is Willing (1934 film).
The Lady is Willing
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Film poster
Directed by Mitchell Leisen
Produced by Mitchell Leisen
Written by James Edward Grant
Albert McCleery
James Edward Grant (Original Story)
Starring Marlene Dietrich
Fred MacMurray
Music by W. Franke Harling (Score)
Strange Thing (And I Find You) (song) by Jack King (music) and Gordon Clifford (lyrics)
Cinematography Ted Tetzlaff
Edited by Eda Warren
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release dates
  • February 12, 1942 (1942-02-12)
Running time
92 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Lady is Willing is a 1942 Columbia Pictures screwball comedy film starring Marlene Dietrich and Fred MacMurray, directed by Mitchell Leisen.[1]

Plot summary

Elizabeth Madden (Marlene Dietrich) longs for motherhood but has no husband. Her desire appears to be fulfilled when she finds an abandoned baby, but she doesn't have a clue on how to raise it. She finds divorced pediatrician, Dr. Corey McBain (Fred MacMurray), to help her with the child.[2]

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