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Ginger Rogers relieves Ray Milland's back pain with a colder than expected towel.
Ginger Rogers relieves Ray Milland's back pain with a colder than expected towel.
Robert Benchley prepares cocktails in anticipation of a scalp massage.
Robert Benchley prepares cocktails in anticipation of a scalp massage.

Thumbnail for The Major and the Minor (1942) The Major and the Minor (1942)

Basic Info Rusty's rating: 78
Notable as: Romance FilmGenre: Romance Film, Romantic comedy, Farce, Sex comedy, Comedy of Errors, ComedyRuntime: 100 - 101 minutesColor: black-and-white filmLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: Billy WilderScreenwriter: Charles Brackett, Billy WilderMusic: Robert E. DolanCinematography: Leo ToverStars: Ray Milland, Ginger Rogers, Rita Johnson, Robert Benchley, Edward Fielding, Diana Lynn, Frankie Thomas, Raymond Roe, Charles Smith, Larry Nunn Producer: Arthur Hornblow, Jr.Award details: (details at IMDb)
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The Major and the Minor is a 1942 American comedy film starring Ginger Rogers and Ray Milland. It was the first American film directed by Billy Wilder, and launched his "incomparable" directing career. The screenplay by Wilder and Charles Brackett is based on the play Connie Goes Home by Edward Childs Carpenter.


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