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A Yank at Oxford (18-Feb-1938)

Director: Jack Conway

Writers: Malcolm Stuart Boylan; Walter Ferris; George Oppenheimer; Leon Gordon; Sidney Gilliat; Michael Hogan; John Mark Saunders

Musical Score by: Hubert Bath; Edward Ward

Producer: Michael Balcon

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lionel Barrymore
Actor
28-Apr-1878 15-Nov-1954 Young Dr. Kildare
Robert Coote
Actor
4-Feb-1909 26-Nov-1982 My Fair Lady
Edmund Gwenn
Actor
26-Sep-1875 6-Sep-1959 Miracle on 34th Street
Griffith Jones
Actor
19-Nov-1909 30-Jan-2007 I Became a Criminal
Walter Kingsford
Actor
20-Sep-1881 7-Feb-1958 British-American character actor
Vivien Leigh
Actor
5-Nov-1913 8-Jul-1967 Gone With The Wind
Tully Marshall
Actor
13-Apr-1864 10-Mar-1943 The Covered Wagon
Maureen O'Sullivan
Actor
17-May-1911 28-Jun-1998 A Day at the Races
Robert Taylor
Actor
5-Aug-1911 8-Jun-1969 Quo Vadis

CAST

Robert Taylor   ...   Lee Sheridan
with
Lionel Barrymore   ...   Dan Sheridan
Maureen O'Sullivan   ...   Molly Beaumont
Vivien Leigh   ...   Elsa Craddock
Edmund Gwenn   ...   Dean of Cardinal
Griffith Jones   ...   Paul Beaumont
C. V. France   ...   Dean Snodgrass
Edward Rigby   ...   Scatters
Morton Selten   ...   Cecil Davidson, Esq.
Claude Gillingwater   ...   Ben Dalton
Tully Marshall   ...   Cephas
Walter Kingsford   ...   Dean Williams
Robert Coote   ...   Wavertree
Peter Croft   ...   Ramsey
Noel Howlett   ...   Tom Craddock
Edmund Breon   ...   Capt. Wavertree

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