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My Favorite Brunette (19-Mar-1947)

Director: Elliott Nugent

Writers: Edmund Beloin; Jack Rose

Music Score: Robert Emmett Dolan

Producer: Daniel Dare

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles Arnt
Actor
20-Aug-1906 6-Aug-1990 Remember the Night
Lon Chaney, Jr.
Actor
10-Feb-1906 12-Jul-1973 The Wolf Man
Reginald Denny
Actor
20-Nov-1891 16-Jun-1967 English actor and RC airplane popularizer
Charles Dingle
Actor
28-Dec-1887 19-Jan-1956 The Little Foxes
Ann Doran
Actor
28-Jul-1911 19-Sep-2000 Rio Grande
Bob Hope
Comic
29-May-1903 27-Jul-2003 Centenarian comic
John Hoyt
Actor
5-Oct-1905 15-Sep-1991 Attack of the Puppet People
Dorothy Lamour
Actor
10-Dec-1914 22-Sep-1996 My Favorite Brunette
Peter Lorre
Actor
26-Jun-1904 23-Mar-1964 The Maltese Falcon
Frank Puglia
Actor
9-Mar-1892 25-Oct-1975 20 Million Miles to Earth
Willard Robertson
Actor
1-Jan-1886 5-Apr-1948 Remember the Night

CAST

Bob Hope   ...   Ronnie Jackson
Dorothy Lamour   ...   Carlotta Montay
with
Peter Lorre   ...   Kismet
and
Lon Chaney, Jr.   ...   Willie
John Hoyt   ...   Dr. Lundau
Charles Dingle   ...   Maj. Simon Montague
Reginald Denny   ...   James Collins
Frank Puglia   ...   Baron Montay
Ann Doran   ...   Miss Rogers
Willard Robertson   ...   Prison Warden
Jack La Rue   ...   Tony
Charles Arnt   ...   Crawford

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