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One Hundred Men and a Girl (5-Sep-1937)

Director: Henry Koster

Writers: Bruce Manning; Charles Kenyon; James Mulhauser; Hans Kraly

Keywords: Musical

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mischa Auer
Actor
17-Nov-1905 5-Mar-1967 My Man Godfrey
Alice Brady
Actor
2-Nov-1892 28-Oct-1939 In Old Chicago
Deanna Durbin
Actor
4-Dec-1921 28-Apr-2013 It Started with Eve
Billy Gilbert
Actor
12-Sep-1894 23-Sep-1971 Comic actor and vaudevillian
Frank Jenks
Actor
4-Nov-1902 13-May-1962 Vaudvillian, character actor
Alma Kruger
Actor
13-Sep-1871 5-Apr-1960 Molly Byrd, Dr. Kildare's head nurse
Adolphe Menjou
Actor
18-Feb-1890 29-Oct-1963 A Farewell to Arms
Eugene Pallette
Actor
8-Jul-1889 3-Sep-1954 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Christian Rub
Actor
13-Apr-1886 14-Apr-1956 Voice of Gepetto
Leopold Stokowski
Conductor
18-Apr-1882 13-Sep-1977 American Symphony Orchestra
Jameson Thomas
Actor
24-Mar-1888 10-Jan-1939 British stage, minor Hollywood actor

CAST

Deanna Durbin   ...   Patricia Cardwell
and
Leopold Stokowski   ...   Himself
Adolphe Menjou   ...   John Cardwell
Alice Brady   ...   Mrs. Frost
Eugene Pallette   ...   John R. Frost
Mischa Auer   ...   Michael
Billy Gilbert   ...   Garage Owner
Alma Kruger   ...   Mrs. Tyler
Jack Smart   ...   Stage Doorman
Jed Prouty   ...   Bitters
Jameson Thomas   ...   Russell
Howard Hickman   ...   Johnson
Frank Jenks   ...   Taxi Driver
Christian Rub   ...   Brandstetter
Gerald Oliver Smith   ...   Stevens
Jack Mulhall   ...   Rudolph

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