|It Comes Up Love|
|Directed by||Charles Lamont|
|Written by||Dorothy Bennett|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|21 January 1943|
It Comes Up Love is a 1943 American, black and white, musical comedy starring Gloria Jean, Ian Hunter, and Donald O'Connor. It is the only film starring Jean and O'Connor that doesn't also star Peggy Ryan, another one of the talented teenagers at Universal Studios.
- Gloria Jean as Victoria Peabody
- Ian Hunter as Tom Peabody
- Donald O'Connor as Ricky Ives
- Frieda Inescort as Portia Winthrop
- Louise Allbritton as Edie Ives
- Mary Lou Harrington as Constance Peabody
- Raymond Roe as Carleton Winthrop
- Charles Coleman as Tilton
- Leon Belasco as Orchestra Leader
- Beatrice Roberts as Bernice
- unbilled players include Mantan Moreland
The New York Times called it "a modest bit of comedy and romance... a fairly amusing film."
- Of Local Origin New York Times ]21 Jan 1943: 27
- THE SCREEN By BOSLEY CROWTHER. New York Times 22 Jan 1943: 25.
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