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Of Mice and Men (30-Dec-1939)

Director: Lewis Milestone

Writer: Eugene Solow

From novel: Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

Musical Score by: Aaron Copland

Producer: Lewis Milestone

Keywords: Drama, Retards, Mice, Great Depression

George Milton serves as devoted guardian for Lennie Small, a dull-witted behemoth; they are both itinerant ranch laborers during the Great Depression. Signature role for Lon Chaney, Jr. Faithful adaptation of Steinbeck's unforgettable novel; a version also saw 207 performances on Broadway. Received four Oscar nominations including Best Picture and Best Score.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Noah Beery, Jr.
Actor
10-Aug-1913 1-Nov-1994 Rocky on The Rockford Files
Charles Bickford
Actor
1-Jan-1891 9-Nov-1967 The Song of Bernadette
Roman Bohnen
Actor
24-Nov-1894 24-Feb-1949 Of Mice and Men
Lon Chaney, Jr.
Actor
10-Feb-1906 12-Jul-1973 The Wolf Man
Betty Field
Actor
8-Feb-1913 13-Sep-1973 Picnic
Burgess Meredith
Actor
16-Nov-1908 9-Sep-1997 Rocky and Grumpy Old Men
Bob Steele
Actor
23-Jan-1907 21-Dec-1988 Trooper Duffy on F Troop

CAST

with
Burgess Meredith   ...   George
Betty Field   ...   Mae
Lon Chaney, Jr.   ...   Lennie
and
Charles Bickford   ...   Slim
Roman Bohnen   ...   Candy
Bob Steele   ...   Curley
Noah Beery, Jr.   ...   Whit
Oscar O'Shea   ...   Jackson
Granville Bates   ...   Carlson
Leigh Whipper   ...   Crooks
Helen Lynd   ...   Susie

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