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No Time for Love (1943 film)

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No Time for Love (1943 film)

No Time for Love
File:No Time For Love film poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Mitchell Leisen
Produced by Mitchell Leisen
Fred Kohlmar (associate producer)
Written by Robert Lees (story)
Frederic I. Rinaldo (story)
Warren Duff (adaptation)
Claude Binyon
Starring Claudette Colbert
Fred MacMurray
Music by Victor Young
Cinematography Charles Lang
Editing by Alma Macrorie
Studio Paramount Pictures
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date(s)Template:Plainlist
Running time 83 minutes
Country United States
Language English

No Time for Love is a 1943 film directed by Mitchell Leisen, and starring Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray.

It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Art Direction-Interior Decoration, Black-and-White (Hans Dreier, Robert Usher, Sam Comer).[1] Robert Usher spent the last twenty years of his life as a 'family brother' at New Clairvaux Abbey in Vina California. He designed some of the monastery's buildings and the cemetery gardens.

Plot

It tells the story of an engineer Jim Ryan (Fred MacMurray) and a female photographer Katherine Grant (Claudette Colbert), who gets him fired from a tunneling job. She feels responsible and hires him to help her. The differences in their styles help them to fall in love.

Cast

References

External links

  • Template:AFI film
  • Internet Movie Database
  • TCM Movie Database
  • AllRovi


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