DIRECTED BY WALTER LANG
PRODUCED BY SAMUEL G. ENGEL
MUSIC BY ALFRED NEWMAN
TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX FILM CORPORATION
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Tacey and Harry King are a suburban couple with three sons and a serious need of a babysitter. Tacey puts aAn ad in the paper for a live-in babysitter, and the ad is answered by Lynn Belvedere. But when she arrives, she turns out to be a man. And not just any man, but a most eccentric, outrageously forthright genius with seemingly a million careers and experiences behind him. Mr. Belvedere works miracles with the children and the house but the Kings have no idea just what he's doing wit his evenings off. And when Harry has to go out of town on a business trip, a nosey parker starts a few ugly rumors. But everything comes out all right in the end thanks to Mr. Belvedere.
Written by Kathy Li.
Robert Young .... Harry King
Maureen O'Hara .... Tacey King
Clifton Webb .... Lynn Belvedere
Richard Haydn .... Mr. Clarence Appleton
Louise Allbritton .... Edna Philby
Randy Stuart .... Peggy
Ed Begley .... Horatio J. Hammond
Larry Olsen .... Larry King
John Russell .... Bill Philby
Betty Lynn .... Ginger (as Betty Ann Lynn)
Willard Robertson .... Mr. Ashcroft
Dorothy Adams .... Mrs. Goul (scenes deleted)
Charles Arnt .... Mr. Taylor (uncredited)
Gertrude Astor .... Woman (uncredited)
Barbara Blaine .... Jitterbug (uncredited)
Ken Christy .... Mr. McPherson (uncredited)
Mary Field .... Book Shoppe Proprietress (uncredited)
Raymond C. Hair Jr. .... Baby that gets the bowl of oat meal on his head (uncredited)
Grayce Hampton .... Mrs. Appleton (uncredited)
Iris James .... Jitterbug (uncredited)
Ellen Lowe .... Effie, the Appleton Maid (uncredited)
J. Farrell MacDonald .... Cop (uncredited)
Marion Marshall .... Secretary (uncredited)
Roddy McCaskill .... Roddy King (uncredited)
Mira McKinney .... Mrs. Phillips (uncredited)
Dave Morris .... John, the Mailman (uncredited)
Jane Nigh .... Mable Phillips (uncredited)
Anne O'Neal .... Mrs. Gibbs (uncredited)
Charles Owens .... Jitterbug (uncredited)
Isabel Randolph .... Mrs. R. B. Frisbee (uncredited)
Albin Robeling .... Maitre D' (uncredited)
Syd Saylor .... Cab Driver (uncredited)
Ann Shoemaker .... Mrs. Ashcroft (uncredited)
Anthony Sydes .... Tony King (uncredited)
Charles Tannen .... Newsreel Director (uncredited)
Robert Tidwell .... Jitterbug (uncredited)
Minerva Urecal .... Mrs. Maypole (uncredited)
Ruth Warren .... Matron (uncredited)
Billy Wayne .... Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Josephine Whittell .... Mrs. Martha Hammond (uncredited)
Cara Williams .... Secretary (uncredited)
Gwen Davenport novel Belvedere
F. Hugh Herbert
Lynn Belvedere: Mrs. King, I happen to dislike all children intensely. But I can assure you that I can readily attend to their necessary though unpleasant wants.
Lynn Belvedere: I am, in my way, a philosopher.
Harry King: Oh, I see, you just sit and think.
Lynn Belvedere: Mr. King, if more people just sat and thought, the world might not be in the stinking mess that it is.
Lynn Belvedere: Mrs. King, as I told you last night, I dislike children intensely and yours, if I may say so, have peculiarly repulsive habits and manners.
Harry King: You know, Mrs. King, it's really all your fault.
Tacey King: Hnh?
Harry King: If you weren't so darned pretty, we wouldn't have so many kids for people to sit with