Cast & Crew
Rosita Díaz Gimeno
[The following plot summary is based on the English-language version of this film, Her Wedding Night ; character names refer to that version.] Norma Martin, an American film actress vacationing in Paris, weary of male admirers, leaves with her friend Gloria Marshall for the south of France. On the same train is Larry Charters, a famous composer of popular songs, and his friend, Bob Hawley, Gloria's fiancé; to escape pursuing worshipers, he persuades Bob to exchange identities during the trip. When Norma and Bob are left behind at a station, the mayor mistakes them for two elopers thought to be on the train, and before they know it they are married, Bob still masquerading as Larry. Norma and Bob then arrive at their originally intended destination, and complications ensue when Bertie Bird and Mrs. Marshall take Norma and Larry to be man and wife. In spite of the humorous confusion, they decide to let the marriage remain legal, and Bertie gets to sleep after two nights of farcical madness.
Rosita Díaz Gimeno
Paramount made four foreign versions of the 1930 film, Her Wedding Night, which was directed by Frank Tuttle and starred Clara Bow and Ralph Forbes. Although the 1930 English-language version was made in the U.S., the foreign-language versions were produced at the Paramount studios in Joinville, France. In addition to Spanish and French versions (see the entry for Marions-nous), German and Portuguese versions were also produced, but no information has been located concerning showings in the U.S. of these latter versions.
The German version, entitled Ich heirate meinen Mann, was directed by E. W. Emo and starred Trude Berliner and Kurt Vespermann; the Portuguese version, entitled A minha noite de núpcias, was also directed by Emo and starred Beatriz Costa and Leopoldo Froes. Some sources include Enriqueta Serrano, Carlos Díaz de Mendoza and Geneviève Félix in the cast of the Spanish version, but they were not listed in the credits of the film and their appearance in the completed film has not been confirmed.