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B.F.'s Daughter

108 min
Drama | Romance
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Robert Z. Leonard
Nominated for Oscar.
Country: USA
Release Date: 1948-04-02
Filming Locations: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios - 10202 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, California, USA
Barbara Stanwyck
Barbara Stanwyck
B.F.'s Daughter
Van Heflin
Thomas W. Brett
Charles Coburn
B.F. Fulton
Richard Hart
Robert S. Tasmin III
Keenan Wynn
Martin Delwyn Ainsley
Margaret Lindsay
'Apples' Sandler
Spring Byington
Gladys Fulton
Marshall Thompson
The Sailor
Barbara Laage
Eugenia Taris
Thomas E. Breen
Major Isaac Riley
Fred Nurney
John Albright
Attendant (uncredited)
Harlan Briggs
Sam Hartle, the Caretaker (uncredited)
Helen Brown
B.F.'s Nurse (uncredited)
Alexander Cameron
Army Corporal, Tasmin's Jeep Driver (uncredited)
Ruth Cherrington
Sedley Guest (uncredited)
Davison Clark
Park Avenue Doorman (uncredited)
James Conaty
Man at Hamlet Play (uncredited)
Gene Coogan
Army Soldier (uncredited)
Edwin Cooper
Maj. Gen. Waldron, Tasmin's Boss (uncredited)
Boyd Davis
Mr. Barstow, Dinner Guest Asking Advice (uncredited)
Hal K. Dawson
Marvin X. Gibson, Lecture Bureau (uncredited)
Marcel De la Brosse
Party Guest (uncredited)
Josette Deegan
Young Girl (uncredited)
Harry Denny
George the Chauffeur (uncredited)
Lala Detolly
Party Guest (uncredited)
Jim Drum
Army Soldier (uncredited)
Elspeth Dudgeon
Mrs. Marbey (uncredited)
Mary Jo Ellis
Young Girl (uncredited)
Billy Engle
Bellhop (uncredited)
Estelle Etterre
Sedley Guest (uncredited)
Tom Fadden
S.Z. Holmquist, 4 Forks, Minnesota (uncredited)
Jean Fenwick
Lady Dover (uncredited)
Almeda Fowler
Sedley Guest (uncredited)
Sig Frohlich
Page Boy (uncredited)
William O. Harbach
Co-Pilot (uncredited)
Sam Harris
Wedding Guest / Party Guest (uncredited)
Clarence Hennecke
Conductor (uncredited)
Edna Holland
Maurine, B.F.'s Secretary (uncredited)
Robert Jefferson
Butler (uncredited)
Thaddeus Jones
Black Hotel Waiter (uncredited)
Lisa Kirby
Young Girl (uncredited)
Sidney Lawford
Old Man (uncredited)
Ann Lawrence
Party Guest (uncredited)
Jack Lomas
Departing Train Passenger (uncredited)
Thomas Louden
Old Man (uncredited)
Vera Marshe
Miss Dudley (uncredited)
Mickey Martin
Army Soldier (uncredited)
Frank Mayo
Colonel (uncredited)
David McKim
Attendant (uncredited)
Harold Miller
Man at Hamlet Play (uncredited)
Rhea Mitchell
Assistant Secretary (uncredited)
Ernesto Molinari
Bartender (uncredited)
Ralph Montgomery
Army Soldier (uncredited)
Matt Moore
Connecticut Mansion Butler (uncredited)
Bill Neff
Army Captain (uncredited)
Vincent Neptune
Party Guest (uncredited)
Dorothy Neumann
Instructor with Glasses at Metropolitan (uncredited)
David Newell
Army Captain (uncredited)
Robert Emmett O'Connor
Conductor (uncredited)
Anne O'Neal
Tasmin's Receptionist (uncredited)
Nita Pike
Sedley Guest (uncredited)
Ezelle Poule
Sedley Guest (uncredited)
Allan Ray
Attendant (uncredited)
Joe Recht
Army Soldier (uncredited)
George Spaulding
Fred Lovelace, U.S. Car Co. (uncredited)
Robert Spencer
Army Soldier (uncredited)
Helen Spring
Mrs. Barstow (uncredited)
Wyndham Standing
F.W. White, Ainsley's Friend (uncredited)
Jack Stenlino
Army Soldier (uncredited)
William Tannen
Warrant Officer Operating Radio (uncredited)
Laura Treadwell
Emily Lovelace (uncredited)
Ellinor Vanderveer
Woman at Hamlet Play (uncredited)
Tito Vuolo
Mario - Speakeasy Waiter (uncredited)
Geraldine Wall
Miss Wall, Tom's War Time Secretary (uncredited)
Regina Wallace
Mrs. Sedley (uncredited)
Pierre Watkin
Joe Stewart, Brett's Boss (uncredited)
Marek Windheim
Speakeasy Waiter (uncredited)
Florence Wix
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on December 11, 1950 with Barbara Stanwyck reprising her film role.
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In the scene where Barbara Stanwyck, playing the new bride, was supposed to be carried across the threshold by her husband, she and director Robert Z. Leonard cooked up a practical joke and draped her body with heavy chains under the mink coat she wore, making it impossible for Van Heflin to pick her up.
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In Britain the letters B. F. have a vulgar connotation, so the title was changed in the U.K. to the simpler "Polly Fulton."
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Burton F. 'B.F.' Fulton: [to Polly] It's just that I want you to know that lots of marriages... well, aren't the way they say in books... but still they're worth fighting for.
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Pauline 'Polly' Fulton Brett: I guess a polite marriage is a dead marriage, isn't it.
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Burton F. 'B.F.' Fulton: My money seems to have done you a lot of harm. I didn't mean it that way. I earned it for you... but for your happiness.
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