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Cry for Happy

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Cry for Happy

Cry for Happy
1961 Theatrical Poster
Directed by George Marshall
Produced by William Goetz
Written by Irving Brecher
Starring Glenn Ford
Donald O'Connor
Miiko Taka
Music by George Duning
Cinematography Burnett Guffey
Edited by Chester W. Schaeffer
William Goetz Productions
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release dates January 1961
Running time 110 min
Country USA
Language English

Cry for Happy (Columbia Pictures.


During the Korean War, a Navy photographer and his three-man team occupy a Tokyo geisha house, though it is off-limits and four girls are living there.

At first, the men misunderstand the geishas' occupation. Later, romance develops. Eventually the Navy discovers the situation, and the sailors and the geishas decide to quickly convert the geisha house into a temporary orphanage. Surprisingly, the orphanage is successful.


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