I Was a Male War Bride | Chicago Reader

I Was a Male War Bride

Howard Hawks's darkest comedy (1949)—a loosely constructed, episodic film that traces the progressive humiliations suffered by Free French army captain Cary Grant. The logical culmination has him disguised as a WAC called Florence in a wig made from a horse's tail. The atmosphere is perhaps the most oppressive of all Hawks's films, with Grant up against the American female (Ann Sheridan) and the entire military bureaucracy. 103 min.

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