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Barnacle Bill (7-Apr-1941)

Director: Richard Thorpe

Writers: Jack Jevne; Hugo Butler

Musical Score: Bronislau Kaper

Producer: Milton Bren

Keywords: Comedy

Waterfront loafer falls in love with a storekeeper's daughter, at the same time he must begin to raise his teenage daughter whom he hasn't seen for years. The two women embark upon his reform, and force him to find gainful employment.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Wallace Beery
Actor
1-Apr-1885 15-Apr-1949 Grand Hotel
Leo Carrillo
Actor
6-Aug-1881 10-Sep-1961 Pancho on The Cisco Kid
Connie Gilchrist
Actor
17-Jul-1895 3-Mar-1985 Character actress
Sara Haden
Actor
17-Nov-1899 15-Sep-1981 The Shop Around the Corner
Barton MacLane
Actor
25-Dec-1902 1-Jan-1969 Gen. Peterson on I Dream of Jeannie
Marjorie Main
Actor
24-Feb-1890 10-Apr-1975 Ma and Pa Kettle
Donald Meek
Actor
14-Jul-1878 18-Nov-1946 Scottish-American character actor
Virginia Weidler
Actor
21-Mar-1927 1-Jul-1968 The Philadelphia Story

CAST

Starring
Wallace Beery   ...   Bill Johansen
With
Marjorie Main   ...   Marge Cavendish
Leo Carrillo   ...   Pico Rodriguez
Virginia Weidler   ...   Virginia Johansen
Donald Meek   ...   "Pop" Cavendish
Barton MacLane   ...   John Kelly
Connie Gilchrist   ...   Mamie
Sara Haden   ...   Aunt Letty
William Edmunds   ...   Joe Petillo
Don Terry   ...   Dixon
Alec Craig   ...   MacDonald

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