Yours, Mine and Ours

Yours, Mine and Ours

Director: Melville Shavelson Cast: Lucille Ball, Henry Fonda, Van Johnson

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Overview

This story is taken from the real-life marriage of two people in the early 1960s. Helen North (Lucille Ball) is a widow with eight children who falls in love with Naval officer Frank Beardsley (Henry Fonda), a widower with ten children of his own. The two marry as comedy ensues from the sheer numbers and diverse age groups of the offspring. Narration is used in the first half of the film to help set the stage for the impending nuptials. Van Johnson is the mutual friend who brings the couple together. Tom Bosley plays the harried doctor who makes a house call and finds almost two dozen patients under one roof. The newlyweds are soon off to the hospital when Helen becomes pregnant with the couple's first child in this amusing family comedy.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/13/2016
UPC: 0887090127110
Original Release: 1968
Rating: NR
Source: Olive Films
Sales rank: 2,823

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lucille Ball Helen North
Henry Fonda Frank Beardsley
Van Johnson Darrel Harrison
Tom Bosley Doctor
Louise Troy Frank's Date
Jennifer Leak Colleen North
Eric Shea Phillip North
Ben Murphy Larry
Nancy Roth Rosemary Beardsley
Suzanne Cupito Louise Beardsley
Maralee Foster Mary Beardsley
Tracy Nelson Germaine Beardsley
Stephanie Oliver Joan Beardsley
Gregory Atkins Gerald North
Michele Tobin Veronica Beardsley
Nancy Howard Nancy Beardsley
Walter Brooke Howard Beardsley
Tim Matheson Mike Beardsley
Gil Rogers Rusty Beardsley
Gary Goetzman Greg Beardsley
Kevin Burchett Nicky North
Kimberly Beck Janette North
Mitch Vogel Tommy North
Margot Jane Jean North
Lynnell Atkins Teresa North
Marjorie Eaton Housekeeper #3
Richard Angarola French Actor on TV Screen
Lilyan Chauvin French Actress on TV Screen
Robert Lieb Happy San Franciscan
Eve Bruce 2nd Young Lady
Paul Potash Hippie
Stuart Nisbet Man of the Cloth
Arthur Peterson Priest
Mary Gregory Sister Mary Alice
Larry Hankin Supermarket Clerk
Harry Holcombe Judge

Technical Credits
Melville Shavelson Director,Screenwriter
Robert F. Blumofe Producer
Bob Carroll Original Story
Stuart Gilmore Editor
Fred Karlin Score Composer,Musical Direction/Supervision
Mort Lachman Screenwriter
Arthur Lonergan Art Director,Production Designer
James W. Payne Set Decoration/Design
Bill Phillips Makeup
Madelyn Pugh-Davis Original Story
Charles Wheeler Cinematographer

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Yours, Mine and Ours 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My parents went to see this movie on their first date and soon after blended two large families together, much in the same manner as the Beardsleys and Norths. I am extremely grateful to the tellers of this story for inspiring my parents to marry, thus giving me the best mother in the world. Though this is a comedy, and bits of it are truly hilarious, it is not overdone and focuses well on important family issues. Lucille Ball is very much not Lucy in this film, and is the perfect blend of serious and funny. Many of the younger actors are very recognizable despite their youth including Tim Matheson and Tracy Nelson who, due to her smile and other facial features, is easy to spot as the approximately three-year-old Jermaine. The dual narration, assembly line lunch making, industrial laundry chores, military-like logistics for bathroom sharing, and grocery shopping for an apparent army are all interestingly staged. The movie also includes a nice variety of settings including the crowded house, bar, aircraft carrier, clinic, navel base, school, commissary, and hospital. This is an uplifting family story and a wonderful Christmastime feel-good movie, though it is fun to watch all year round. --J.H. Sweet, author of The Fairy Chronicles
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is my all time favorite movie. Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda at their best. A movie to walk away from with a light heart and a smile on your face.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I remember watching this movie on a Sunday afternoon as a child, and now my children enjoy watching it over and over again. Each time they find something new to laugh at. Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda are so funny, and what fun to see Tim Matheson as the oldest Beardsley son. No matter how many times you see this movie you don't get tired of it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It is great to see two Hollywood legends in a film together! Lucy and Henry Fonda have wonderful chemistry in this chaotic comedy about a widowed nurse with 8 kids and a naval widower with 10 who get together to form one big happy family. Van Johnson and Tom Bosley are also great in bit parts. Great film for any fan!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've loved this movie for as long as I can remember. You have to love Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda in this very funny movie. It's amazing it's really a true story. Great fun!! My mom and I both have this as one of our favorite movies to watch.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of the best movies I have ever seen! Full of lots of laughs and family fun. No way would I pass up the chance buying this movie! And appropriate for people of all ages!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I could watch this great movie over and over again. It is great for the whole family. The story is unique, the actors/actresses are perfect and there's just enough comedy and togetherness for everyone. I give this movie 2 thumbs way up!