“Every Girl Should Be Married”


“Every Girl Should Be Married,” 1948, The best 10 seconds. (Unfortunately Weegee’s voice was dubbed.)


“Every Girl Should Be Married,” 1948, The best 10 seconds… now 1:23.


“Every Girl Should Be Married,” 1948, The best 10 seconds… now 3:29


“Every Girl Should Be Married,” 1948, The best 10 seconds… now 13:57

(Betsy Drake and Franchot Tone.)

MoMA, October 30, 1950: Steichen reads Weegee’s words: “…So I got tired of fashion and so I went to Hollywood. I’ve appeared in five pictures as a street photographer. The greatest bit of casting since Lassie.” [much laughter and applause]

“I also joined the Screen Actors’ Guild and became an actor. My first part was in the RKO production ‘Every Girl Should Be Married,’ with Cary Grant (with complete wardrobe of sports jackets), Betsy Drake, Franchot Tone, and Diana Lynn. I played the part of a street photographer.”
Weegee by Weegee, p. 101

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