They All Kissed the Bride (1942) is a Columbia Pictures screwball film starring Joan Crawford and Melvyn Douglas. The film was directed by Alexander Hall and produced by Edward Kaufman. The screenplay by P. J. Wolfson was based on a story by Gina Kaus and Andrew P. Solt.

The plot follows a trucking firm executive who falls in love.

Crawford took over the title role after Carole Lombard died in a plane crash in early 1942. Crawford donated all of her pay for this film to the American Red Cross.