Quiet Wedding (play)
Quiet Wedding is a 1938 comedy play in three acts by the British writer Esther McCracken. A young couple's plans for their wedding are undermined by the constant interruptions of their relatives. A sequel Quiet Weekend was written in 1941 and proved to be even more successful.
In 1941 a film adaptation Quiet Wedding was directed by Anthony Asquith, starring Margaret Lockwood, Derek Farr and Marjorie Fielding. A further version appeared in 1958 as Happy Is the Bride, directed by Roy Boulting.
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