Easy to Wed - (Original Trailer)
A tough newspaper editor hires a gigolo to compromise a woman suing his paper for libel in Easy to Wed (1946), starring Esther Williams.
Easy To Wed (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Continental Polka
Editor Haggerty (Keenan Wynn), who's just been tricked into over-paying ex-reporter Bill (Van Johnson) to help him beat a libel suit, realizes his own girl Gladys (Lucille Ball, performing a tune by Johnny Green and Ralph Blane), is perfect for their scheme, in MGM's Easy To Wed, 1946.
Easy To Wed (1946) -- (Movie Clip) It's My Fight
Ex-reporter Bill (Van Johnson), hired by his old newspaper to undermine a libel suit, first must escape his intoxicated stand-in wife Gladys (Lucille Ball), then in the pool, continue his work on plaintiff Connie (Esther Williams), in MGM's remake of Libeled Lady, Easy To Wed, 1946.
Easy To Wed (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Only Senorita Allenbury
Only a brief dip and plenty of attitude for Esther Williams, as heiress Connie, vacationing in Mexico City, party to a libel suit, goaded by cameraman Spike (Ben Blue), who's only the set-up guy for ex-reporter and con man Bill, (Van Johnson), hired to woo her, in MGM's Easy To Wed, 1946.
Easy To Wed (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Mother Warned Me
Newspaperman Haggerty (Keenan Wynn), with publisher Farwood (Paul Harvey), was about to be married when he realized he needed to find a guy to help fight a libel suit, but his bride Gladys (Lucille Ball) isn't waiting, early in MGM's Easy To Wed, 1946, co-starring Van Johnson and Esther Williams.