Cry for Happy is a 1961 colour movie directed by George Marshall. A Navy photographer and his three-man team occupy a Tokyo geisha house during the Korean War. Though off-limits, four girls are living there. At first, they misunderstand the geisha's occupation, later romance develops. Eventually the Navy discovers them and the sailors and the geishas decide to quickly convert the geisha house into a temporary orphanage. However the orphanage is successful and finally Prince and Suzuki marry two of the girls.