• Comedy
  • Rated: 6,PG,G,F,L
  • Director: Melville Shavelson, Arthur Lonergan, Raja Gosnell
  • Writer: Mort Lachman, Melville Shavelson, Helen Eileen Beardsley
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Yours, Mine and Ours is a 1968 film, directed by Melville Shavelson and starring Lucille Ball, Henry Fonda and Van Johnson. Before its release, it had three other working titles: The Beardsley Story, Full House, and His, Hers, and Theirs. It was based loosely on the story of Frank and Helen Beardsley, although Desilu Productions bought the rights to the story long before Helen's autobiographical book Who Gets the Drumstick? was released to bookstores. Screenwriters Madelyn Pugh and Bob Carroll wrote several I Love Lucy-style stunts that in most cases had no basis in the actual lives of the Beardsley family, before Melville Shavelson and Mort Lachman took over primary writing duties. The film was commercially successful, and even the Beardsleys themselves appreciated it. Another film based on the same screenplay was released in 2005 with Dennis Quaid and Rene Russo as Frank and Helen Beardsley.
  • Comedy
  • Rated: 6,PG,G,F,L
  • Director: Melville Shavelson, Arthur Lonergan, Raja Gosnell
  • Writer: Mort Lachman, Melville Shavelson, Helen Eileen Beardsley

  • Lucille Ball
    Henry Fonda
    Van Johnson
    Tom Bosley
    Tim Matheson
    Tracy Nelson
    Mitch Vogel
    Eric Shea
    Dennis Quaid
    Rene Russo
    Sean Faris
    Dean Collins
    Tyler Patrick Jones
    Morgan Brittany
    Ben Murphy

Watch Yours, Mine And Ours
  • (1968)

  • Comedy
  • Rated: 6,PG,G,F,L
  • Director: Melville Shavelson, Arthur Lonergan, Raja Gosnell
  • Writer: Mort Lachman, Melville Shavelson, Helen Eileen Beardsley

Synopsis

Yours, Mine and Ours is a 1968 film, directed by Melville Shavelson and starring Lucille Ball, Henry Fonda and Van Johnson. Before its release, it had three other working titles: The Beardsley Story, Full House, and His, Hers, and Theirs. It was based loosely on the story of Frank and Helen Beardsley, although Desilu Productions bought the rights to the story long before Helen's autobiographical book Who Gets the Drumstick? was released to bookstores. Screenwriters Madelyn Pugh and Bob Carroll wrote several I Love Lucy-style stunts that in most cases had no basis in the actual lives of the Beardsley family, before Melville Shavelson and Mort Lachman took over primary writing duties. The film was commercially successful, and even the Beardsleys themselves appreciated it. Another film based on the same screenplay was released in 2005 with Dennis Quaid and Rene Russo as Frank and Helen Beardsley.

Starring
  • Lucille Ball
    Henry Fonda
    Van Johnson
    Tom Bosley
    Tim Matheson
    Tracy Nelson
    Mitch Vogel
    Eric Shea
    Dennis Quaid
    Rene Russo
    Sean Faris
    Dean Collins
    Tyler Patrick Jones
    Morgan Brittany
    Ben Murphy