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Spring Madness (11-Nov-1938)

Director: S. Sylvan Simon

Writer: Edward Chodorov

From a play: Spring Dance by Philip Barry

Musical Score by: Dr. William Axt

Producer: Edward Chodorov

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

College students that look too old to be college students anticipate the Spring Dance, but two of the young men have plans to visit the Soviet Union.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Frank Albertson
Actor
2-Feb-1909 29-Feb-1964 American character actor
Lew Ayres
Actor
28-Dec-1908 30-Dec-1996 All Quiet on the Western Front
Julie Bishop
Actor
30-Aug-1914 30-Aug-2001 Northern Pursuit
Joyce Compton
Actor
27-Jan-1907 13-Oct-1997 Blonde character actress
Marjorie Gateson
Actor
17-Jan-1891 17-Apr-1977 Goin' to Town
Sterling Holloway
Actor
4-Jan-1905 22-Nov-1992 Voice of Winnie the Pooh
Ruth Hussey
Actor
30-Oct-1911 19-Apr-2005 The Philadelphia Story
Burgess Meredith
Actor
16-Nov-1908 9-Sep-1997 Rocky and Grumpy Old Men
Maureen O'Sullivan
Actor
17-May-1911 28-Jun-1998 A Day at the Races

CAST

With
Maureen O'Sullivan   ...   Alexandra Benson
Lew Ayres   ...   Sam Thatcher
Ruth Hussey   ...   Kate McKim
Burgess Meredith   ...   The Lippencott
Ann Morriss   ...   Frances
Joyce Compton   ...   Sally
Julie Bishop   ...   Mady Platt
Frank Albertson   ...   Hat
Truman Bradley   ...   Walter Beckett
Marjorie Gateson   ...   Miss Ritchie
Renee Riano   ...   Mildred
Sterling Holloway   ...   Buck
Dick Baldwin   ...   Doc

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