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The Wedding of Lilli Marlene

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The Wedding of Lilli Marlene
The Wedding of Lilli Marlene.jpg
Trade ad from The Daily Film Renter, 1953
Directed byArthur Crabtree
Screenplay byJohn Baines
Produced byWilliam J. Gell
StarringLisa Daniely
Hugh McDermott
Sid James
CinematographyArthur Grant
Edited byDouglas Myers
Music byEric Rogers
Monarch Productions
Distributed byMonarch Film Corporation
Release date
29 November 1953
Running time
87 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom

The Wedding of Lilli Marlene is a 1953 British drama film directed by Arthur Crabtree and starring Lisa Daniely, Hugh McDermott and Sid James.[1][2] It was made at Southall Studios with sets designed by the art director Ray Simm. It was produced as a as a sequel to the 1950 film Lilli Marlene.[3][4]


After the end of the Second World War, Lilli Marlene and American reporter Steve Moray plan to marry, but when Lilli gets a chance for a big break on the London stage, it throws their plans into disarray.



  1. ^ "The Wedding of Lilli Marlene (1953) - Arthur Crabtree | Cast and Crew | AllMovie" – via
  2. ^ "BFI | Film & TV Database | The WEDDING OF LILLI MARLENE (1953)". 16 January 2009. Archived from the original on 16 January 2009.
  3. ^ "Southall Studios". BFI.
  4. ^ "Lilli Marlene (1950) - Arthur Crabtree | Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related | AllMovie" – via


  • McFarlane, Brian . Four from the forties: Arliss, Crabtree, Knowles and Huntington. Manchester University Press, 2018.

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