G. I. Honeymoon

G.I. Honeymoon is a 1945 film directed by Phil Karlson. It stars Gale Storm and Peter Cookson.[1] Both play a couple who encounter problems as the husband wants to leave the army, but can't. It was nominated for an Academy Award in 1946 for its music.[2]

G.I. Honeymoon
Directed byPhil Karlson
Written byRichard Weil
Tim Ryan
Story byA.J. Rubien
Robert Chapin
Marion Page Johnson
StarringGale Storm
CinematographyHarry Neumann
Edited byWilliam Austin
Release date
April 6, 1945
Running time
70 mins.
CountryUnited States



Karlson did not like his first film as director for Monogram, calling it "probably the worst picture ever made." However, before it was released "they had given me another story that I flipped over. Oh, I knew this was surefire. So I got into production as fast as I could with the second picture and the second picture was a tremendous hit."[3]


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