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The White Cliffs of Dover (11-May-1944)

Director: Clarence Brown

Writers: Claudine West; Jan Lustig; George Froeschel

From poem: The White Cliffs of Dover by Alice Duer Miller

Musical Score: Herbert Stothart

Producer: Sidney Franklin

Keywords: Romantic Drama, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gladys Cooper
Actor
18-Dec-1888 17-Nov-1971 My Fair Lady
Irene Dunne
Actor
20-Dec-1898 4-Sep-1990 Penny Serenade
Jill Esmond
Actor
26-Jan-1908 28-Jul-1990 The Skin Game
Van Johnson
Actor
25-Aug-1916 12-Dec-2008 The Caine Mutiny
Peter Lawford
Actor
7-Sep-1923 24-Dec-1984 Rat Pack member
Alan Marshal
Actor
29-Jan-1909 13-Jul-1961 Night Must Fall
Roddy McDowall
Actor
17-Sep-1928 3-Oct-1998 Planet of the Apes
Frank Morgan
Actor
1-Jun-1890 18-Sep-1949 The Wizard of Oz
C. Aubrey Smith
Actor
21-Jul-1863 20-Dec-1948 The Four Feathers
Norma Varden
Actor
20-Jan-1898 19-Jan-1989 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
May Whitty
Actor
19-Jun-1865 29-May-1948 Night Must Fall

CAST

Starring
Irene Dunne   ...   Susan Ashwood (Sir John's wife)
and with
Alan Marshal   ...   Sir John Ashwood (dies in WWI)
Roddy McDowall   ...   John Ashwood II (Susan's son, as a boy)
Frank Morgan   ...   Hiram Porter Dunn
Van Johnson   ...   Sam Bennett
C. Aubrey Smith   ...   Colonel
May Whitty   ...   Nanny
Gladys Cooper   ...   Lady Jean Ashwood
Peter Lawford   ...   John Ashwood II (as a young man)
John Warburton   ...   Reggie (brother)
Jill Esmond   ...   Rosamund (sister)
Brenda Forbes   ...   Gwennie (maid)
Norma Varden   ...   Mrs. Bland (runs boarding house)

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