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Wife, Husband and Friend (25-Feb-1939)

Director: Gregory Ratoff

Writer: Nunnally Johnson

From novel: Two Can Sing by James M. Cain

Music and Lyrics by: Samuel Pokrass; Walter Bullock

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
George Barbier
19-Nov-1864 19-Jul-1945 Life Begins at Forty
Binnie Barnes
25-May-1903 27-Jul-1998 The Private Life of Henry VIII
Warner Baxter
29-Mar-1889 7-May-1951 In Old Arizona
J. Edward Bromberg
25-Dec-1903 6-Dec-1951 The Mark of Zorro
Lawrence Grant
30-Oct-1870 10-Feb-1952 The Mask of Fu Manchu
Eugene Pallette
8-Jul-1889 3-Sep-1954 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Cesar Romero
15-Feb-1907 1-Jan-1994 The Joker on Batman
Ruth Terry
21-Oct-1920   An Angel from Texas
Helen Westley
28-Mar-1875 12-Dec-1942 Death Takes a Holiday
Loretta Young
6-Jan-1913 12-Aug-2000 Platinum Blonde


Loretta Young   ...   Doris Borland
Warner Baxter   ...   Leonard Borland
Binnie Barnes   ...   Cecil Carver
Cesar Romero   ...   Hugo
George Barbier   ...   Maj. Blair
J. Edward Bromberg   ...   Rossi
Eugene Pallette   ...   Mike Craig
Helen Westley   ...   Mrs. Blair
Ruth Terry   ...   Secretary
Alice Armand   ...   Sally Bostwick
Iva Stewart   ...   Miss Carver's Secretary
Dorothy Dearing   ...   Mrs. Price
Helen Ericson   ...   Mrs. Spalding
Kay Griffith   ...   Nancy Sprague
Harry Rosenthal   ...   Wilkins
Edward Cooper   ...   Butler
Renie Riano   ...   Mrs. Craig
Lawrence Grant   ...   Hertz
Charles Williams   ...   Jaffee
Howard Hickman   ...   Concert Manager
George Irving   ...   Doctor
Harry Hayden   ...   Hotel Manager


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